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JFrog acquires Shippable for CI/CD capabilities

DevOps company JFrog has announced its intention to acquire Shippable for its cloud-native and Kubernetes-ready CI/CD capabilities. Shippable is a DevOps and CI automation solution provider that offers an assembly platform for shipping software faster. JFrog plans on incorporating Shippable’s solutions into its platform to create a comprehensive DevOps pipeline solution, the company explained. Shippable’s … continue reading

JFrog raises $165 million for enterprise DevOps

JFrog has announced a $165 million round of funding to expand its markets and accelerate universal DevOps within the enterprise. The Series D funding round was led by Insight Venture Partners, with participation from new investors Spark Capital and Geodesic Capital, along with existing investors Battery Ventures, Sapphire Ventures, Scale Venture Partners, Dell Technologies Capital, … continue reading

JFrog acquires DevOps consulting company Trainologic

JFrog wants to bring DevOps further into the enterprise with its acquisition of development and DevOps technology consulting company Trainologic. The company provides consulting services for Java, Scala, front end, DevOps, Big Data, software architecture and DevOps technologies. According to JFrog, Trainologic’s years of consulting and training experience make it a perfect fit and will … continue reading

JFrog launches Enterprise+ to provide end-to-end management of binary artifacts

JFrog has announced the release of Enterprise+, which is a universal software binary platform. The announcement was made at the company’s swampUP user conference in Napa Valley this week. “Users today have zero tolerance for broken, cumbersome, and slow software updates. We all strive to achieve life without outages,” said Shlomi Ben Haim, CEO and … continue reading

JFrog Xray 2.0 examines the CI/CD pipeline

JFrog has announced the latest release of its continuous security and universal artifact analysis solution. JFrog Xray 2.0 is designed to give DevOps teams insight into potential problems and the confidence to release into development, deployment and production stages.   “Developers are incorporating an ever-growing number of artifacts from external and internal sources into their … continue reading

JFrog Artifactory announces Artifactory Community Edition for C and C++ developers

JFrog announced it will now be offering a free community edition of Artifactory for C and C++ communities. JFrog Artifactory is the company’s universal software repository that enables organizations to “continuously update” software. It features build tool integrations, replication, disaster recovery, orchestration tools, a variety of storage solutions, permission management, OAuth and download blocking. The … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Core ML support in TensorFlow Light, Pivotal Cloud Foundry expansion, and Hazelcast joins Eclipse Foundation

Google has announced a collaboration with Apple to support Core ML in TensorFlow Lite. TensorFlow Lite is Google’s lightweight machine learning solution for mobile and embedded devices. Core ML is Apple’s machine learning framework used across Siri, camera, and quick type.  This new support will allow iOS developers to use Core ML to deploy TensorFlow … continue reading

Grafeas, new open-source API for the software supply chain, released

Google is teaming up with top technology providers on a new way for auditing and governing the modern software supply chain. Grafeas, which means “scribe” in Greek, is an open-source initiative for tracking and enforcing policies across software teams and pipelines. It was developed in collaboration with Google, JFrog, Red Hat, IBM, Black Duck, Twistlock, … continue reading

JFrog acquires CloudMunch to drive DevOps offerings

As a way to expand on its DevOps product offerings for developers, JFrog will acquire CloudMunch, a DevOps intelligence platform. According to the company, JFrog is welcoming the entire CloudMunch company to JFrog, including CloudMunch’s teams in the Seattle and Washington area, along with Bangalore, India. CloudMunch, known for its full stack intelligence solution CloudMunch … continue reading

A new generation shows up at JavaOne 2015

Despite 20 years of Java history, this was the youngest JavaOne conference yet. That’s due to the high number of teenagers at the show, many of which were there with their high school programming classes. Suri Nair, IT operations manager for the Overhead Door, said, “It’s really exciting. I see a lot of millennial people … continue reading

Artifactory hits 4.0

Binary storage just got a little easier. Today, JFrog released version 4.0 of Artifactory, making it the first version to include a new UI design that highlights the platform’s ability to store binaries regardless of where they were built. Baruch Sadogursky, developer advocate at JFrog, said that Artifactory has typically looked and felt like a … continue reading

Don’t do agile, be agile

Go agile, or die. It sounds overdramatic, and it is a bit of an exaggeration, but it is the reality for a majority of businesses in the software development industry. “Eventually, the companies that take the agile approach win in the competitive race, and that means they are the most successful companies,” said Baruch Sadogursky, … continue reading

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