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ISRAELVALLEY SPECIAL. C’était un secret jalousement gardé. IsraelValley peut vous le révéler. JFrog est une des firmes leader du hightech israélien très active aux Emirats. La startup a déjà reçu de nombreux prix internationaux pour l’excellence de ses softwares.Israelvalley a suivi de nombreuses fois dans les conférences hightech le boss de JFrog qui est Shlomi Ben Haim (20 ans d’expérince dans le domaine des softwares). Les clients de JFrog : Tesla, Twitter, Credit Suisse Bank, Oracle, Google, EMC, LinkedIn, Netflix, Costco, GAP, ANSYS.

Fondé en Israël en 2008, JFrog commercialise deux produits principaux, Artifactory et Bintray. Ces outils d’automatisation permettent aux développeurs de gérer et distribuer des versions logiciels et progiciel en facilitant le déploiement des binaires.

JFrog assure que plus de 5 millions de développeurs utilisent JFrog Artifactory. Elle revendique 4.500 clients, dont Amazon, Netflix, Microsoft, Facebook, Snap, Cisco, Dell, Oracle et Airbus. JFrog avait déjà levé par le passé 61,5 millions de dollars. Avec ces 165 millions de dollars supplémentaires, la société prévoit de se développer sur de nouveaux marchés et « accélérer sa croissance organique et non-organique ». Bref, place aux nouveaux rachats.

JFrog a acquis la société israélienne de conseil et de formation en développement logiciel Trainologic. Il s’agit de sa quatrième acquisition depuis la création de JFrog.

A. « JFrog has developed professional and enterprise versions of the Artifactory binary repository manager and Bintray, a universal distribution platform.

JFrog’s Mission Control gives teams centralized control, management, and monitoring of their global artifacts. Xray is a universal artifact analysis system, recursively scanning all layers of an organization’s binary packages to provide transparency and insight into its software architecture ».

B. Selon devops.com :

Shlomi Ben Haim, co-founder and CEO of JFrog, is the winner of the « Best DevOps Solution Executive of the Year ».

I consider Shlomi a close friend of mine and couldn’t be happier to see him win this award again. But my feelings for him and our friendship aren’t why Shlomi repeats as DevOps solution provider executive of the year.

JFrog is a dynamic industry leader that continues to expand its offering in the DevOps space, but ask anyone what its real strength is and they will tell you it is the amazing culture of the “Frogs.” It is not just the employees themselves; the magic and enthusiasm for JFrog and Liquid Software are felt throughout its vast community.

This best in the industry culture is directly attributable to Shlomi Ben Haim. The company and its culture are a direct reflection of his own outlook and what he brings to our community every day of the year. He is truly deserving of this honor.

Shlomi brings more than 20 years of experience in building profitable, high-growth information technology companies. He is a recognized visionary in the DevOps space, having guided JFrog from its inception with just three co-founders (along with Yoav Landman and Fred Simon) to a privately held, global DevOps company with a valuation of more than $1 billion.

With the releases of the JFrog Platform, JFrog Pipelines, JFrog Xray and the JFrog Container Registry in the last two years, Shlomi continues to foresee market dynamics and push JFrog forward to deliver next-generation solutions. His next maneuver is into the emerging concept of continuous updates and “leaping” into the DevOps for IoT space. Under his leadership, JFrog has grown revenue 500% in the past three years and the solution has expanded its reach to more than 6,000 customers, including more than 70% of the Fortune 500 as well as rapidly growing JFrog’s DevOps tooling usage to millions of developers worldwide.

Shlomi’s efforts have guided JFrog and the DevOps tooling market into mainstream industry recognition, with 2019 awards from the Forbes Cloud 100, Deloitte 500, 451 Research, IDC, Bank of America and more.

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