Copado announced its Winter 21 release, providing end-to-end DevOps value stream management platform for Salesforce.
JFrog has established strategic partnerships with a growing roster of industry leaders -- another sign of strong momentum for JFrog's technology that helps development and DevOps teams deliver increasingly complex solutions on ever-tighter deadlines across multiple platforms.
Black Duck, CA, CloudBees, Microsoft, Pivotal Software and VMware are among the companies participating in JFrog's partner program.
Recently, JFrog established a new category -- the Universal Artifact Repository -- with the release of JFrog Artifactory 4, which represents the first platform-agnostic approach to storing and sharing binary artifacts. JFrog Bintray gives developers full control over how they store, publish, download, promote and distribute software with advanced features that fully automate the software distribution process.
Together, JFrog Artifactory and Bintray form an end-to-end solution for a fully automated continuous delivery pipeline in software development.
JFrog Artifactory 4 is a multi-platform solution enabling teams of DevOps and developers to manage and release software faster. It combines high availability, a secure Docker registry, npm repository and support for Maven, Gradle, Nuget, Yum, PyPI and other technologies.
Artifact repositories are essential to automating key activities of the software delivery process. Managing thousands of binaries -- the basic building blocks that development teams share in the software build process, which include everything from Docker images to Node.js packages to RubyGems -- has become challenging as different types of binary artifacts have proliferated in the digital era.
With a hybrid subscription model of on-premise and SaaS solutions, JFrog Artifactory has more than 1,400 paying customers, including most of the Fortune 500, in addition to widespread use of an open source edition of the technology.
"Our customers are delivering new applications and making changes to existing applications at a scale that was unimaginable just a few years ago. The tools used in developing, testing and deploying these applications are mission critical and must be available at all times," said Aruna Ravichandran, VP of DevOps product and solutions marketing, CA Technologies. "By working together with leading companies like JFrog, we can help our customers implement continuous delivery at very high scale and win in the application economy."
"These excellent partnerships reflect the strong interest across the industry in a universal binary repository," said JFrog CEO Shlomi Ben Haim. "Along with our incredible customers, such as Netflix, Oracle and Riot Games, the fact that so many top companies want to work with us shows that JFrog is the standards-bearer for faster software delivery."