May 10, 2016 09:01 ET

JFrog Unites DevOps Industry Leaders at swampUP 2016

Developer and DevOps Giants to Congregate at Annual Conference; Learn How to Take Docker to the Next Level With JFrog

SANTA CLARA, CA--(Marketwired - May 10, 2016) - JFrog today announced that its annual swampUP user conference, taking place May 23-24 in Napa, Calif., will gather every leading company in the DevOps industry, including GitHub, Atlassian, Chef, Yahoo!, Riot Games, Oracle and Google, among many others. The two-day event offers exclusive access to leaders and visionaries in all corners of the industry, from the most innovative technology providers to the trailblazing end-users putting their solutions into practice.

Whether they are DevOps novices or experts, enablers or users, attendees will have the opportunity to meet with and learn from these inspirational pioneers and each other in a uniquely intimate and relaxed setting -- one that larger conferences and trade shows inherently cannot provide -- with a glass of Napa Valley wine in hand.

The swampUP 2016 agenda includes several Docker-related sessions and training classes, designed for both existing Docker users and those considering it:

  • Practical talks led by Oracle, Google, VMware, and Riot Games will show how JFrog customers are successfully using Docker and JFrog together
  • Hands-on training classes will take a deep dive into using JFrog Artifactory to manage Docker lifecycles and using JFrog Bintray as a Docker Hub
  • An expert panel featuring industry leaders from Oracle, CA and Raytheon will cover how they tackle DevOps challenges in the enterprise, including Docker in their production cycles
  • For more details on Docker content at swampUP, visit:

Additionally, live from the show, JFrog will unveil major additions to its product portfolio, further demonstrating its position as a front-runner among the best DevOps technology providers in the world. For updates on the latest JFrog announcements, visit:

Led by keynote speakers Adrian Cockcroft, DevOps visionary at Battery Ventures, and Sully Sullenberger, former airline captain and aviation safety expert, the all-star speaker lineup at swampUP 2016 includes:

  • Capt. Sully Sullenberger
  • Tim Pettersen, Atlassian
  • Jim Clark, Atomist
  • Bryan Belanger, Autostructure
  • Adrian Cockcroft, Battery Ventures
  • Bill Ledingham, Black Duck
  • Craig Vosburgh and Leonid Igolnik, CA Technologies
  • Keith Kreissl, Mac Heller-Ogden, Zlatko Sisic and Deep Mistry,
  • Michael Ducy, Chef
  • Prathibha Ayyappan, Cisco
  • Cynthia Rich, GitHub
  • Kevin Nilson, Ray Tsang and Kit Merker, Google
  • Viktor Gamov, Hazelcast
  • Christian Vecchiola, IBM
  • Fred Simon, Yoav Landman, Baruch Sadogursky, Jagan Subramanian, Roy Zanbel and Adam Frankl, JFrog
  • Roger Ignazio, Mesosphere
  • Jon Schneider and Nadav Cohen, Netflix
  • Viraj Purang, Loreli Cadapan and Rohit Kumar, Oracle
  • Josh Long, Pivotal
  • Mark Maxey, Raytheon
  • Carl Quinn, Riot Games
  • James Ward,
  • Alex Coto, University of Havana
  • Gilad Garon and Kiril Nesenko, VMware
  • Allen Reese, Jack Weaver and Daryl Spartz, Yahoo!
  • Igor Soarez, YLD

Watch the new swampUP 2016 trailer: The DevOps - Will They Prevail?

Sponsors of swampUP 2016 include CloudBees, Sumo Logic, Oracle, VMware, Google, GitHub, Black Duck, cPrime, WhiteSource, Mesosphere, Chef, Sapphire Ventures and Scale Venture Partners.

For more details and to register for the event before tickets sell out, visit:


About JFrog
More than 1,500 paying customers, 50,000 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 platform, 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

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