JFrog Artifactory - Reliably serving your packages
May 19, 2022

JFrog Artifactory - Reliably serving your packages

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with JFrog Artifactory

We used JFrog Artifactory as a binary repository. There are packages that we built for customers that need a private repository to store. Moreover, since we have a wide range of projects with various technologies, our packages are quite diverse in nature. From simple jar files, npm packages, and docker images to even some zip archives. JFrog Artifactory could store all of them with sophisticated categories to keep them organized and & have excellent integration with CI/CD pipelines to make sure the built packages are ready to be deployed.
  • Binary repository.
  • Categories to keep things organized.
  • Support packages of all types.
  • Integrate well with CI/CD pipelines.
  • Setting up credentials.
  • Setting up protected/restricted repositories.
  • Secret rotation.
  • Binary repository.
  • Support various types of packages.
  • Integrate with CI/CD pipelines.
  • Automated CI/CD that speeds up DevOps cycle.
  • Protected repositories for sensitive projects.
  • User friendly GUI enables package exploration.
JFrog Artifactory has a much more friendly GUI, making package exploration less of a chore to do. Other than that, their features are pretty much comparable to each other. Both support multiple types of packages; both have API that can integrate well with CI/CD pipelines.

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If you need a private repository for your diverse types of packages, then JFrog Artifactory suits you well. Things are well organized with a user-friendly GUI. API support is good enough to integrate with CI/CD pipelines, making the whole process from building the code to deploying artifacts to environments a breeze. Protected/restricted repositories are supported as well, with simple access control.