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Product News : New JFrog Mission Control Released
on 2015/11/3 10:37:24 (537 reads)
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JFrog has announced JFrog Mission Control, a new product designed to accelerate software delivery by giving DevOps and software development leaders unprecedented visibility, monitoring and management over all their binary artifact repositories.

JFrog's customers include most of the Fortune 500, including seven of the 10 largest financial services companies, seven of the 10 biggest telecommunications firms and eight of the top 10 Internet software companies. In its work with these enterprises, JFrog has discovered that a common set of issues tends to bog down software development and DevOps teams as they scale up to thousands of developers and engineers in multiple teams leveraging multiple datacenters around the world.

These issues include maintaining a clear, real-time inventory of binary artifact repositories; managing binary artifact workflows among multiple global teams; locking down security, user entitlement, permissions and provisioning policies; and ensuring highly reliable storage of and access to artifacts. For the first time, enterprises have the ability to monitor and manage globally distributed binary artifact repositories in a single application: JFrog Mission Control.

With the thousands of binaries that often go into a software release and the explosion in binary artifact types, monitoring and managing each binary repository separately has become a huge challenge. JFrog Mission Control offers a unique solution that saves time and effort with a unified dashboard-view and centralized control of binary artifact repositories. JFrog Mission Control is the company's third product, reflecting JFrog's commitment to set the standard for managing binaries from development into production and enabling faster software delivery cycles. JFrog Mission Control is a downloadable product, offered free of charge for JFrog Artifactory users. 

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