JFrog Announces Free Artifactory Community Edition
March 28, 2018

JFrog Artifactory, the company's universal software repository, now offers a free community edition that serves the C and C++ communities via the Conan package manager.

The new enterprise-class offering is the first repository available to the C and C++ communities that manages packages at scale for free.

Every enterprise company has a C and C++ legacy, yet until today, this investment was not DevOps ready. C and C++ languages are used by millions of programmers with billions of lines of code utilizing the languages. The code has been used to build every type of application from embedded systems to IoT solutions. Using a C/C++ artifact repository is necessary to automate C and C++ code and apply continuous integration in the DevOps flow.

Conan, an open source packaging manager in the C and C++ communities, provides a model that reduces the binary compatibility problem while simultaneously supporting all major systems. Conan helps C and C++ developers to build applications and automate their C++ dependencies across platforms. C++ developers are already using Conan in production, and JFrog Bintray for universal binaries distribution. As part of its community approach, JFrog is embracing the world's C and C++ communities, empowering millions of developers with a free community version of Artifactory that offers Conan support in order to help continuously and automatically release binaries.

"Artifactory Community Edition for C and C++ is a huge step forward for Conan users. From now on, they can easily host private Conan repositories in-house, enjoying the user interface, the advanced permissions and authentication, and increased scalability. And all for free," said Conan Co-founder, Diego Rodriguez-Losada. "This is the ultimate resource to democratize DevOps for C and C++ developers around the world, accelerating software delivery in a scalable manner taking another step closer to liquid software."

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