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JFrog brings a Kubernetes registry with Helm, Docker, and universal repository to the Amazon Web Services Marketplace.
In addition to its universal repository that supports all major packages such as Maven, RubyGems, npm, NuGet, PyPI, and more (in all 20+ package types), Artifactory supports Helm, which is the package manager for Kubernetes applications.
AWS customers can now immediately realize the benefits of JFrog Artifactory Cloud to deliver reliable, higher quality software faster and without any additional procurement steps. The offering includes a universal repository with automated artifact management, integration with leading CI servers, checksum-based storage, repository replication, and more, plus training and support, providing customers a seamless experience. JFrog Artifactory Cloud is delivered as an AWS Marketplace SaaS offering with zero operational overhead for customers.
"DevOps is all about releasing fast to get to market faster. With the AWS Marketplace, we make it easy to start and scale our customers' Artifactory environment. Now we can deliver our existing, highly reliable, and scalable SaaS service to our customers on AWS and have it show up on one bill. It is a win-win-win proposition," says Kit Merker, VP Business Development at JFrog. "JFrog has been an essential part of the container movement from its early days. We believe that providing a world class Kubernetes Registry that holds all of the critical application components, in addition to the Docker containers, is critical for our customers."
The JFrog Artifactory Cloud offering extends the already available hybrid and multicloud offerings JFrog provides to its customers on AWS, GCP, and Azure, with full freedom of choice and a completely elastic model.