Delivered as expected
November 08, 2020

Delivered as expected

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with JFrog Artifactory

It's used by our software engineering development teams across our IT organization. It solves our artifactory caching, security scan problem. This way, we can confidently build software and apps in which the dependencies are managed and tracked, and also checked for license/privacy compliance, as well as security.
  • Handles both Java and Javascript artifactory/dependency.
  • Support Java very well with some built in features.
  • Uses relational databases (a well-known technology) to store artifacts, lower barriers to entry.
  • Preferment
  • CI/CD integration. We understood they do have a pipeline, so our organization already started with Jenkins, and my understanding is that not many orgs are using the JFrog pipeline.
  • We delivered our apps to production in a relatively speedy fashion, along with the pipeline and other cloud infrastructures. It won't be possible in our old environment. JFrog is a big contributor: not a lot of noise, but no news is usually good news in the enterprise software world.
I used both Nexus and JFrog. It seems that, overall, JFrog is up a notch.

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When an org decides to select an artifactory or repository, JFrog should be high on the list, along with other competitors such as Nexus, to a lesser extent, GitHub and GitLab

JFrog Artifactory Support

Not many issues I am aware of other than routine maintenance.

Using JFrog Artifactory

The web UI is good. Also, it easy to setup Java and Javascript build environments.