Mobile SDKs (software developments kits); love them or hate them, they're here to stay. They provide our apps with all sorts of functionality that would be incredibly time consuming to build, and they give us another means to monetize our apps. While it would be difficult to argue that SDKs aren’t useful, it’s also hard for developers to get a good idea of the amount of resources used by each SDK once the app is in production ...
JFrog announced that the Dimon team experts in CI/CD and Bot Automation will be joining JFrog.
This follows JFrog’s acquisition of Conan.io, the providers of the C++ package manager late last year, and is another step forward in JFrog’s strategy to expand its platform of tools for the management and distribution of binaries, moving DevOps closer to its vision for Liquid Software.
Dimon’s CTO and co-founder, Noam Shemesh, along with his team, will join JFrog’s company and work with JFrog’s R&D to develop the next generation of Artifactory, Universal Artifact Repository; Bintray, Universal Distribution Platform; Xray, Universal Artifact Analysis and Mission Control, Universal Repository Manager.
“Continuous Integration and automation are necessary parts of any software delivery organization that wants to reduce release cycles and deliver software updates faster,” said JFrog CEO, Shlomi Ben Haim. “From the first meeting with Dimon’s team, it felt natural to collaborate. Their deep knowledge and experience with DevOps and software automation is a great addition to our team, and we are extremely excited to have them at the Swamp.”
Eran Bernstein, Dimon CEO and co-founder said, ”Our vision is for CI systems to test, deploy, and update production systems automatically, and this is perfectly aligned with JFrog’s vision for liquid software. Our expertise in developing open APIs that can interface with any CI system fits JFrog’s universal approach and can accelerate the path that JFrog is taking towards continuous update.”