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JFrog Announces Artifactory Integration with VMware vRealize Code Stream

SAN FRANCISCO, December 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

VMware vRealize Code Stream will be shipped with Artifactory embedded    

JFrog, maker of Artifactory, the popular Binary Repository Manager, announced today a very important step in the evolution of DevOps environment deployment with the integration of Artifactory into VMware, vRealize™ Code Stream™. The new integration will enable customers using vRealize Code Stream to more easily manage development environments that automate everything from builds through testing and artifact management to deployment, with minimal configuration.

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"Modern development cycles involve a lot of complicated moving parts, and making them all work in harmony is not an easy job," said Fred Simon, JFrog Co-founder and Chief Architect. "This makes build cycles take longer and be prone to failure with the slightest change. These build-breaking changes are difficult to track down, and are very time consuming to fix due to the manual interactions required between developers and DevOps.  A software-defined data center architecture can provide a unified approach to delivering all of these complicated parts as a single package that ishyper aware of how these interactions should happen, and provides transparent reporting to the entire development team.  This isn't just about adding automation, it's about enabling everyone to deliver and use an end-to-end product release solution as a team, without the pain," Simon added.

"VMware vRealize™ Code Stream™, generally available today, automates the entire software release process and enforces governance across release stages, while additionally enabling application development teams to continue using their preferred provisioning and deployment tools," said Sajai Krishnan, Vice President, Product Marketing, Cloud Management Business Unit, VMware. "Through the use of Artifactory, JFrog's binary repository, with VMware vRealize Code Stream, application development teams have the ability to manage development environments for continuous integration simply and quickly, and with minimal configuration."

Development teams will now have access to fully configured and reusable continuous-integration build environments, version control tools and deployment tools. They will also have the award winning Artifactory for managing artifacts, dependencies and package repositories, and managing build releases on-demand. This can save Development and DevOps teams time and resources, allowing them to concentrate on the important task of delivering cutting-edge software as efficiently as possible. Faster cycles is DevOps' main challenge today. More viable releases and more confidence means more end-users and better go-to-market!

If you have been feeling like your release cycles are stuck in the mud, maybe it's time to leap forward into the new era of development with VMware vRealize Code Stream and Artifactory, the new comprehensive DevOps solution.

About JFrog: 

JFrog provides world class infrastructure for software management and distribution in open-source, on-prem and SaaS cloud solutions. JFrog's platform is a revolutionary solution that has changed the way companies and individuals develop, release and distribute software. JFrog's Artifactory Binary Repository Manager and Bintray, the Distribution as a Service platform, are used by millions of developers around the world. The company is privately held and operated from California, France and Israel. More information can be found at:

VMware and VMware vRealize are registered trademarks or trademarks of VMware, Inc. in the United States and other jurisdictions. The use of the word "partner" or "partnership" does not imply a legal partnership relationship between VMware and any other company.

Edan Tal
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