JFrog products all have awesome REST APIs, but sometimes using curl is just painful. JFrog has the CLI to manage artifacts in Artifactory and Bintray. The CLI also is useful for a variety of administrative tasks related to JFrog Mission Control, JFrog Bintray and JFrog Xray. Recently, the JFrog CLI has received some major new features related to artifact management that make it a very powerful tool for generic package management and build tooling, and this webinar will discuss what these powerful capabilities can do for DevOps processes.
Who should attend:
Developers and DevOps engineers who are responsible for administering JFrog products. Developers and DevOps engineers interested in techniques for managing artifacts when not using a standard package manager tool like maven, gradle, nuget etc.
- None, but a basic familiarity with Artifactory and other JFrog products is assumed -- we will be discussing some more advanced capabilities.
- Quick Overview of JFrog products
- Overview of JFrog CLI capabilities
- Using the JFrog CLI to manage artifacts in DevOps
- Other Uses of the JFrog CLI
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If you have any questions please contact [email protected]
Date: Oct 27, 2016
Time: 12:30 PM PST
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Duration: 1 Hour
Host(s): Mark Galpin
Mark Galpin is a Senior Solution Architect at JFrog, the creators of the Artifactory Binary Repository and the home of Bintray. For these products, JFrog won JavaOne 2011 and 2013 Duke Choice Awards.
Before coming to JFrog in 2015, he spent eight years working on software, interoperability, and data standards as a contractor for the United States Army. He played a major role in a number of efforts that improved communication between army software applications on the battlefield.
As a JFrog solution engineer, Mark is responsible for working with partners to improve the continuous integration/continuous delivery environment. He is also responsible for helping customers do cool things with Artifactory and Bintray, a task which is made much easier by the many cool features the JFrog team puts out.