JFrog unveils software distribution service

JFrog has unveiled the Private Distribution Network, an addition to its JFrog Distribution program launch technologies that enables enterprises to established up and handle the distribution of program updates.

Now in a beta launch stage and because of for production launch next quarter, the Private Distribution Network guarantees to accelerate program distribution, such as deployments of software updates and concurrent downloads of binaries throughout hundreds of environments, edges, and embedded/IoT units.

The Private Distribution Network offers two built-in community utilization and acceleration systems: HTTP-centered secure P2P (peer-to-peer) connections and a CDN (information shipping community), which can be rolled out throughout community topologies and consumed as a managed assistance, with usage-centered pricing.

Private Distribution Network is meant to give the next:

  • Support for distribution throughout huge-scale, combined environments, such as on-premises facts centers and clouds.
  • Safety, compliance, and governance with immutable, signed distribution releases, validation of distributed transactions, and support for open source safety vulnerability and license guidelines.
  • Improved community utilization and resiliency, with optimization technologies and stacked layers of caching and acceleration.
  • Binaries-concentrated, package deal-knowledgeable distribution.
  • Computer software distribution native to devops, built-in with the organization’s SDLC procedure, CI/CD pipelines, binary administration, and safety guidelines.

The JFrog devops platform can be accessed from jfrog.com. The company on Might 25 also launched dependency scanning to identify safety vulnerabilities in 3rd-party program parts straight from source code in Git repositories, integrating with JFrog Xray safety and artifact evaluation.

JFrog also has added a Federated Repositories capacity to its JFrog Artifactory repository manager, to handle binaries and hold artifacts in sync among remote advancement web sites. In addition, the company launched a Signed Pipelines capacity, component of JFrog Pipelines CI/CD automation, with the intention of enabling developers to assure integrity and safety of builds and artifacts as they progress as a result of the binary lifecycle.

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