Managing Docker Images with JFrog Platform
Please register for this webinar below.

Webinar Description:

Managing Docker images from development to production can be difficult for obvious reasons; images full of packages containing layers of different file types like a Russian Doll creates a needle in a haystack situation when hunting down security vulnerabilities or dependency issues. On top of worrying about what versions of what images are ready for release, in order to create a streamlined delivery process for Docker images, you also need to incorporate security into your pipeline. This webinar will examine the patterns and the anti patterns for Docker image management, and how you can build a secure and automated delivery pipeline with JFrog Pipelines, Artifactory and Xray.

Who should attend:

Developers and DevOps engineers who are currently using Artifactory and investigating usage with Docker, and current Docker users who are considering using Artifactory as their trusted registry.


There are no prerequisites for this webinar.

The Agenda:

  • Requirements of a pattern for Docker Lifecycles
  • Anti-patterns in Docker containers
  • Description of an end-to-end implementation of a Docker container development lifecycle
Register for this Webinar:
Date: October 30th
Time: 11:00 AM CET
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Duration: 1 hour
Host: Saurav Agrawal
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Presenter Information
Saurav Agrawal
Solution Engineer

Saurav is DevOps Acceleration Engineer at the Sunnyvale Swamp. What’s a DevOps Acceleration Engineer, you ask? Well, he gets to speak to different people about their organization’s DevOps needs and practices, and makes recommendations on how best to optimize and leverage the JFrog Platform specifically for them.

He is a huge fan of and enjoys advocating for automation. He has worked both in the private and public sectors as a Software Developer and has gained experience and insight into different scales and workflows. Within the private sector, he went from a small startup which worked on Software Composition Analysis to a mid-size company working in the same space and then to a large software company developing applications for developers and project management, before finally finding his home at JFrog's Sunnyvale Swamp.