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Thursday, May 25 • 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Instantaneous replication of build artifacts with NetApp

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NetApp integration with Jfrog Artifactory enables the developers to manage and instantly collaborate the build artifacts and repositories with remote sites. Integrating JFrog Artifactory with Jenkins plugin allow to accelerate the CI/CD process using NetApp persistent storage and REST APIs.

The next generation and cloud native applications require a consolidated and structured form of managing the builds and artifacts. Jfrog Artifactory provides solutions to automate software package management. This also allows to speed up development cycles using binary repositories. The number of binary repositories tend to get bigger in size during the software development lifecycle (SDLC) of multiple web and mobile applications. The growth in the storage to store the different versions of artifacts and builds drives higher cost which is imperative in a cloud-based environment. NetApp storage efficiencies reduces the storage footprint of large repositories managed by JFrog in on-premise and hyperscaler based cloud setups. StorageGRID from NetApp is a high-volume object store with large storage capabilities over S3 and provides collaboration of builds among global sites. The NetApp-Jfrog integration enables instantaneous copies of the builds and artifacts to remote sites using cheaper and deeper object storage, thus providing more storage for less cost and manageability overhead. Key Takeaways – 1) Single pane of management from JFrog for consistent and high availability of data in local sites. 2) Instantaneous metadata updates across remote sites for effective collaboration using NetApp-JFrog integration. 3) NetApp-JFrog integration provides the desired performance and growing capacity and storage efficiency requirements for the build repositories

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Bikash Roy Choudhury

Principal Architect - DevOps, NetApp
Bikash Roy Choudhury is a Principal Architect at NetApp. He is responsible for designing and architecting solutions for DevOps workflows relevant across industry verticals including high tech, financial services, gaming, social media, and web-based development organizations that address... Read More →
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Edmilson Peixoto

Head of Solutions Development, JFrog
Ed Peixoto is the Solution Development director at JFrog. He is responsible for leading the development of customer and partnership integration & solutions enabling the connection of JFrog products to other DevOps companies and technologies. Before joining JFrog, he worked for 16... Read More →

Thursday May 25, 2017 2:00pm - 2:45pm PDT
Meritage Carneros Salon A 875 Bordeaux Way, Napa, CA 94558