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May 23, 2016
May 23, 2016
Partnership Delivers Instant Value to Customers through Deeper Visibility and Data Analytics to Accelerating Software Delivery
NAPA, Calif. – swampUP – May 23, 2016 – JFrog and Sumo Logic, today announced during the opening keynote of the JFrog swampUP user conference a partnership to deliver industry-first technology that gives developers and DevOps teams unprecedented insights into their software development operations as they build, run and secure their modern applications.
As software development teams move from waterfall development to continuous delivery, the artifact repository is core to the delivery process where every change you submit is a release candidate. With Sumo Logic, JFrog Artifactory customers will be able to capture the results of tests, then apply advanced analytics to make decisions on an automated basis based on metadata and logs collected to prove that a release candidate is fit for production.
“Sumo Logic operates a modern application, serving over a 1,000 customers, analyzing petabytes of machine data daily,” said Ramin Sayar, president and CEO of Sumo Logic. “Our ability to release code efficiently is paramount, and we’ve benefitted from using JFrog in our own delivery process. As such, integrating the best of JFrog with the rich analytics capabilities of Sumo Logic just made good sense. With this partnership and our new JFrog app, our mutual customers will now benefit from the process automation improvements we’ve experienced by working together.”
“Engineering teams from both camps started working with each others’ products over a year ago and paved the path for this partnership. The two companies first started collaborating by using each other's tools,” said Shlomi Ben Haim, CEO and co-founder of JFrog. “JFrog migrated to Sumo Logic as Sumo Logic migrated to JFrog Artifactory. Both companies are driven by DevOps community needs, so it was easy for us to scale with our own dogfood and build a real pain solver for our customers. By automating the log collection and analysis from JFrog Artifactory to Sumo Logic, the solution allows full visibility from the moment the software build starts.”
Sumo Logic adopted JFrog Artifactory, the universal artifact repository, as a way to improve continuous integration and build process for their own cloud-native SaaS service, and subsequently built the Sumo Logic App for Artifactory to enable its customers to leverage similar benefits. JFrog, using Sumo Logic’s continuous intelligence, has received unprecedented insights to track and manage the activity and loads of the Artifactory SaaS services. Together, the two companies have decided to invest in providing a complete automated solution to all JFrog Artifactory users.
“We have been using Sumo Logic at JFrog to analyze over 10 million messages per hour, generated by our over 400 SaaS customers,” said Fred Simon, co-founder and chief architect of JFrog. “Together, we are providing our community the ability to use Sumo Logic’s big data analytics capabilities to look into all the data that JFrog Artifactory creates and hosts. It’s a win-win situation, created by developers for developers.”
The new solution, available to all Artifactory users for free, will allow customers to analyze all data JFrog Artifactory generates. Specifically, the Sumo Logic App for JFrog Artifactory provides several dashboards, where users will benefit from:
Furthermore, both companies plan to explore providing customers and the industry with usage statistics and analytics from across the massive combined data sets. Sumo Logic will also extend its support of Unified Logs and Metrics to JFrog Artifactory so developers will be able to combine time series-based metrics data to get a complete 360-degree view at the application, system and network levels. In addition, Sumo Logic intends to extend this integration effort from JFrog Artifactory to JFrog Bintray in the coming quarters.
JFrog and Sumo Logic will present a joint webinar to demonstrate an overview of this integration, presented by JFrog and Sumo Logic on July 21, 10:30 a.m. PST. Visit the webinar page to register or learn more.
The Sumo Logic App for JFrog Artifactory is generally available now. The integration for JFrog Artifactory users, including a free version of Sumo Logic, will be available by July 14. Users can sign up for notifications through Sumo Logic. With the free solution, users can retain up to 500 MB of data, stored for 14 days. Users can easily upgrade to Sumo Professional directly on the Sumo Logic platform.
Sumo Logic is a secure, cloud-native, machine data analytics service, delivering real-time, continuous intelligence from structured, semi-structured and unstructured data across the entire application lifecycle and stack. More than 1,000 customers around the globe rely on Sumo Logic for the analytics and insights to build, run and secure their modern applications and cloud infrastructures. With Sumo Logic, customers gain a multi-tenant, service-model advantage to accelerate their shift to continuous innovation, increasing competitive advantage, business value and growth.
Founded in 2010, Sumo Logic is a privately held company based in Redwood City, CA and is backed by Accel Partners, DFJ, Greylock Partners, IVP, Sequoia Capital and Sutter Hill Ventures. For more information, visit www.sumologic.com.
More than 2000 paying customers, 60,000 installations and millions of developers globally rely on JFrog’s world-class infrastructure for software management and distribution. Customers include some of the world’s top brands, such as Amazon, Google, LinkedIn, MasterCard, Netflix, Tesla, Barclays, Cisco, Oracle, Adobe and VMware. JFrog tools, comprising open-source, on-premise and SaaS cloud solutions, are revolutionizing the way companies and individuals develop, release and distribute software. JFrog Artifactory, the Universal Artifact Repository, and JFrog Bintray, the Universal Distribution Hub, are used by millions of developers and DevOps engineers around the world. The company is privately held and operated from California, France and Israel. More information can be found at www.jfrog.com.
Kulesa Faul for JFrog
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