JFrog today announced details of JFrog Mission Control, a product that delivers centralized management and monitoring of JFrog artifactory instances worldwide. JFrog artifactory, recall, facilitates the storage and release of software from development to production by means of a universal artifact repository that empowers developers to share binary code. As such, JFrog Artifactory supports development efforts on the part of distributed teams and developers that require high availability storage, sharing functionality and enterprise-grade security. JFrog Mission Control allows customers to centrally manage multiple instances of JFrog Artifactory by managing permissions and role-based access privileges in conjunction with access to real-time data about the artifacts stored within each repository such as the itemization of stored objects and their usage. JFrog Mission Control features an executive dashboard that provides operational visibility into each Artifactory instance including details of code builds, releases, distribution and versioning-related updates and the application of metadata. JFrog Mission Control joins JFrog Artifactory and JFrog Bintray as the company’s third product and responds to the industry’s need to centrally manage multiple JFrog Artifactory instances, particularly on the part of large enterprises with globally distributed teams. The video below elaborates on the JFrog Mission Control’s ability to manage multiple Artifactory instances.
Today, JFrog announces the release of JFrog Artifactory 4, the technology platform that facilitates the release of software packages from development to production. JFrog Artifactory 4 creates a Universal Artifact Repository that empowers developers to share and store copies of code in binary format across different infrastructures and development environments. JFrog Artifactory 4 delivers a repository for the storage of binary artifacts marked by support for distributed teams, cloud-based access, high availability, robust storage as well as enterprise-grade security. The platform also features a Docker registry as well as support for items such as Maven, Gradle Nuget, Yum and PyPl. JFrog’s Universal Artifact Repository supports agile application development in distributed environments as well as the implementation of DevOps practices for continuous delivery practices. The platform’s metadata infrastructure for indexing binary artifacts allows customers to easily locate binary artifacts and meanwhile, its integration with Docker underscores its efficacy for distributed application development and deployment. JFrog Artifactory boasts over 1400 paying customers in conjunction with explosive year over year growth as more and more companies actively seek solutions that enable the migration and transportation of binary code to shorten release cycles and ensure the integrity of binary artifacts.