Topic: jfrog

Report: Execs and devs have different perceptions around supply chain security, AI use

While the occurrence of software supply chain attacks just keeps getting worse every year, there appears to be a disconnect among leaders on the importance of securing those supply chains. According to research from IDC, there has been a 241% increase year-over-year in supply chain attacks, but a new survey from JFrog had only 30% … continue reading

JFrog announces partnership with AWS to streamline secure ML model deployment

JFrog introduced a new integration between JFrog Artifactory and Amazon SageMaker to streamline the process of building, training, and deploying machine learning (ML) models. This integration will allow companies to manage their ML models with the same efficiency and security as other software components in a DevSecOps workflow.  In the new integration, ML models are … continue reading

People on the Move in Tech in November

A number of companies have announced major changes to their executive leadership this month. Here are a couple of the moves across the industry this past month.  OpenAI board replaced  OpenAI went through some major changes this month. Over the course of just a couple days, Sam Altman was fired by the board, was hired … continue reading

JFrog introduces native integrations with developer tools at KubeCon

JFrog, a company that powers organizations to build, distribute, and automate software updates to the edge, has introduced native integrations with developer tools like Atlassian, Datadog, and Splunk at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2023 Chicago. The company also enhanced its own platform to support secure application development in the cloud.  With the growing shift … continue reading

JFrog adds new ML model management and security capabilities

JFrog users can look forward to some new products across the company’s vast portfolio of DevOps products. At its SwampUP conference today, the company announced new management capabilities for machine learning (ML) models and released a new tool for writing and releasing secure applications. The new ML capabilities enable companies to detect and block malicious … continue reading

JFrog Curation identifies high-risk packages and compliance issues

JFrog has announced the introduction of JFrog Curation, an automated DevSecOps solution designed to thoroughly inspect and block contaminated open-source or third-party software packages and their respective dependencies before they enter a company’s software development environment.  JFrog Curation, which is integrated with JFrog Artifactory, uses binary metadata for the identification of high-risk packages with high-severity … continue reading

Third-party dependencies open doors to attack

Remember when you were a teenager, and your parents would go away for the weekend, so you threw a party at your house for a few close friends, and then 500 people you don’t even know showed up? And then you wake up the next morning and realize someone took your mother’s gold necklace? That’s … continue reading

New Relic announces JFrog integration to provide a single point of access for monitoring

Observability company New Relic and DevOps company JFrog today announced an integration to give engineering teams a single point of access to monitor software development operations. With this integration, users are able to access real-time visibility into CI/CD pipelines, APIs, and web application development workflows so that DevOps and security leaders can solve software supply … continue reading

JFrog announced new capabilities to improve security of software releases

JFrog announced the beta of the Artifactory release lifecycle management platform to standardize and track development processes with greater accountability and security.  “Organizations of all sizes are challenged to keep software up-to-date and secure while operating at the speed of business, particularly when development teams are globally distributed, which can result in a lack of … continue reading

Platform engineering brings consistency to tools, processes under one umbrella

When creating a platform engineering team, an important first step is the interview process. What do developers want and need? What works, and what doesn’t?  Sounds like what companies do when reaching out to customers about new rollouts, right? Well, it is, when you consider your development team as being customers of the platform. “Treat … continue reading

JFrog introduces Conan 2.0 to improve C++ development

Liquid software company JFrog and the team at Conan, which was acquired by JFrog back in 2016, today announced the release of Conan 2.0, providing developers with the ability to model advanced C and C++ application dependency graphs and software binary packages. This release is intended to make it simpler for developers to securely reproduce … continue reading

Tackling today’s software supply chain issues with DevOps-centric security

Developers, and the software they develop, are the most popular attack vector for today’s hackers and bad actors. The many development tools and processes, not to mention thousands of open-source libraries and binaries, all introduce opportunities for malicious or even accidental injection of risk across the entire software supply chain.  In response to this expanding … continue reading Protection Status