Create a reliable, 100% automated, universal distribution platform in less than 30 mins​ with JFrog Bintray​
Please register for this meeting.

Webinar Description:

​Creating and maintaining a manual distribution platform takes a lot of effort and time. From ensuring support for different types of software packages and binaries, guaranteeing the right access control and entitlements, minimizing security issues and maintaining as a reliable platform can be a lot of work and eat up
valuable resources. 

JFrog Bintray offers a new and effective way to distribute your software packages, both internally and externally. Join us to see how easy it is to setup and maintain your
​universal distribution platform
in the cloud
​ in less than 30 mins.

Who should attend:

DevOps engineers and Administrators who want to distribute software with

​speed, ​
accuracy and security.


There are no prerequisites for this webinar


  • The pain of building and maintaining your own download center and how Bintray solves it.
  • How to easily automate your software distribution with a CDN, access control
    entitlements ​
    and usage stats
  • Continuous distribution
    ​​from JFrog Artifactory
    - taking continuous integration and continuous delivery one step further.
  • Demo: From zero to a fully automated download center

Register for this Webinar:
Date: Thursday, Aug 11, 2016
Time: 10:30 AM PST
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Duration: 1 Hour
Host(s): Yoav Landman, CTO, JFrog
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Presenter Information
Yoav Landman, CTO, JFrog

Yoav is the CTO of JFrog, the Artifactory Binary Repository creators, JavaOne 2011 and 2013 Duke Choice Awards winner; Yoav laid the foundation to JFrog's flagship product in 2006 when he founded Artifactory as an open source project.

In 2008 he co-founded JFrog where he leads the future of products like Artifactory and, more recently, Bintray.
Prior to starting up JFrog, Yoav was a software architect and consultant in the field of configuration management and server-side JVM applications.

Yoav blogs at http://www.jfrog.com/blog/ and http://java.net, and tweets as @_yoav_.