JFrog announced an agreement for partnership with Docker. The partnership between the DevOps company enabling organizations to realize the vision of Liquid Software with continuous software updates and the leading provider of collaborative application development platforms for development teams was announced on both companies blogs.
This partnership means that SaaS subscribers of JFrog’s DevOps Platform- including those who use the free subscription offered on AWS, GCP, and Azure- will benefit from uninterrupted, high-performant access to Docker Hub and Docker Official Images through JFrog Artifactory. The partnership delivers an industry-best developer experience for building, sharing, and delivering cloud-native applications; dedicated channels to support mutual customers; a proven solution used by top Fortune 1000 organizations, ensuring enterprise-grade reliability and performance to meet the requirements of large organizations modernizing their applications with containers, streamlining cloud-native application delivery in the enterprise; a foundation for future collaboration between the companies to make developers’ journeys more joyful.
“We are extremely excited to provide Artifactory users a joint solution that focuses on a first-class flow of containers from the hub to the local registry. JFrog has always prided itself on our ‘too integrated to fail’ approach with our robust, vibrant ecosystem of integration partners,” said Shlomi Ben-Haim, Co-founder and CEO of JFrog. “We listen to our users and to the community, and strive to provide them with the best experience and maximum freedom of choice around the ecosystem tools they wish to leverage as part of their DevOps processes. Docker Hub is the heart of any container lifecycle and serves modern developers, and we’re proud to offer developers and the cloud-native community an unmatched experience using the ‘Frog and the Whale’ to drive their applications faster.”
“At Docker our mission is to help developers bring their ideas to life by conquering the complexity of app development,” said Scott Johnston, CEO of Docker. “The combination of Docker with the immensely popular JFrog Artifactory, which can scale with very large workloads, reduces friction for developers and gives them confidence in their application components, allowing them easy onboarding to a Docker subscription and more time to focus on building great apps. We’re excited to work with JFrog on this initiative and look forward to our continued partnership to enable high-velocity cloud-native application development for our joint customers.”
Developers and enterprises can take advantage of the partnership immediately with any of JFrog’s SaaS subscriptions – including the free subscription – across cloud providers.