JFrog, a US and Israel-based DevOps technology company for enabling liquid software via continuous update flows, acquired Shippable, a Seattle, WA-based continuous integration and DevOps automation platform company.
The amount of the deal was not disclosed.
Following a Series D funding round of $165m announced in October of 2018, the acquisition illustrates the company’s plan to expand the JFrog technology portfolio across the DevOps pipeline.
Shippable’s portfolio of cloud-native and Kubernetes-ready CI/CD solutions will be incorporated into the JFrog platform, creating a complete, integrated DevOps pipeline solution.
Coupled with the artifact repository management binary management, distribution, and security vulnerability scanning solutions, Shippable technology will allow JFrog customers to automate their development processes from the moment code is committed through to production.
Led by Shlomi Ben Haim, Co-founder and CEO, JFrog is the creator of Artifactory, a Universal DevOps platform for automating, managing, securing, distributing, and monitoring all type of binaries. Products are available as open-source, on-premise, and on the cloud on AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud and used by more than 4,700 customers, the world’s top brands, such as Amazon, Facebook, Google, Netflix, Uber, VMware, and Spotify depend on JFrog to manage their binaries for their mission-critical applications.
It is privately held with offices across North America, Europe, and Asia.
Founded in 2013 by Avi Cavale, CEO, Shippable provides more than 400 customers with its hybrid automation platform to achieve Continuous Delivery, optimize DevOps and enable Continuous Improvement.
Now, Shippable employees will join JFrog global teams, with the first technology integrations being released in the JFrog Enterprise+ platform in the summer of 2019, with full technical integration completing in Q3 of 2019.