JFrog Artifactoy: A binary repository built for the future
December 08, 2021

JFrog Artifactoy: A binary repository built for the future

ANurag Tamrakar | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with JFrog Artifactory

JFrog Artifactory is being used as the single binary repository for our entire enterprise. We store everything from application artifacts to Docker images to NPM, Maven, and Python packages as dependencies in [JFrog] Artifactory. It's a mission-critical component of our CICD pipelines.
  • Stores and Manages build artifacts and packages.
  • Works as container registry as well.
  • Easily manages local and remote repositories along with live replication.
  • JFrog Artifactory X-Ray isn't mature enough.
  • There should be some built-in backup and restore features.
  • Support responsiveness needs to be improved it takes days to get response.
  • OSS version has very basic features and enterprise one is costly.
  • Artifact, Package and Helm chart repository hosting.
  • Container image registry.
  • Integration support with build and CI tools.
  • So many times it happens at the time of dependency resolution some of the servers are down e.g NPM, Maven central, PiPy in that cause our builds starts failing. By proxying these repositories with JFrog this is never happened again.
  • It reduced the additional cost of container image registry and management effort.
  • Support of integration with Build, Monitoring, and CI tools resulted in smooth automation and management.
I've worked in multiple organizations and used almost every reputed Artifact management tool and I found JFrog best and it's a very mature product also easy to use and manage.

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In terms of hosting packages, artifact repositories, and container registries it's great. But artifact scanning is not up to mark and this feature comes with extra cost.