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JFrog Announces Artifactory Online Powers New SpringSource Artifact Repository

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Devops in the Cloud, Los Gatos, CA – December 15, 2011:

JFrog today announced its Artifactory Online product powers SpringSource's new artifact repository.

JFrog, makers of the Artifactory binary repository, and winners of the JavaOne 2011 Duke’s Choice Award, has set up a new dedicated Artifactory Online instance on behalf of SpringSource projects. Artifactory Online is JFrog’s cloud-based repository management solution. It provides SpringSource with the full Artifactory Pro platform and enterprise features for hosting and delivering releases, snapshots, plugins and other resources to the SpringSource community.

YoavLandman, JFrog CTO: “We are pleased to work with SpringSource. Artifactory’s automation via REST API, Groovy plugins, and the ability to control and manage third-party open source licenses allows SpringSource to offer an improved repository experience to their users, including customizing repository functionality in the future."

“Artifactory Online can simplify management of SpringSource's open source projects by unifying the external repositories we depend on.  Artifactory's deep integration with CI and powerful plugin model helps Spring development teams effectively manage project releases,” said Adrian Colyer, CTO, SpringSource.  “Spring project users will appreciate having a single SpringSource repository URL to manage in their build scripts as well as Artifactory's rich UI and search capabilities.”

Fred Simon, JFrog Chief Architect and a speaker at the Devops in the Cloud event added : “We are excited to have SpringSource on board, together with  Grails, Gradle, Groovy++ and other OSS projects that take advantage of JFrog’s private cloud repository, and we look forward to further serving the SpringSource community with Artifactory’s full-featured, powerful binary management and scalable distribution.”

About JFrog:


JFrog is the maker of Artifactory – the world’s first Binary Repository Solution. In its three years of operation, JFrog has been leading the Binary Repository market, and is the only vendor that provides OSS, Commercial and Cloud-based repository management, with dedicated integration with the world’s leading build tools and continuous integration servers. JFrog has established itself as a technology leader in the software build industry and it aspires to keep setting the standards going forward.

Published at DZone with permission of its author, Shlomi Ben-haim.

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