JFrog Expands Presence in Asia-Pacific, Growing Local Teams in China to Support Increasing Demand for DevOps Solution

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  • The growing of JFrog’s local business operations in China that spans local Technical DevOps Support, Sales, and Marketing teams will provide front-line support for the growing list of Chinese enterprises
  • IDC predicts that by 2025, up to a quarter of A500 companies in APAC will become software producers to digitally transform and maintain their A-500 status

JFrog Ltd has announced it will be expanding its presence in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region, specifically in the People’s Republic of China. The expansion which complements JFrog’s already strong presence and offices in India and Japan enables the company to accelerate its services and engagements with customers and local partners in the region as their demand increases for JFrog’s end-to-end DevOps solution.

The growing of JFrog’s local business operations in China that spans local Technical DevOps Support, Sales, and Marketing teams will provide front-line support for the growing list of Chinese enterprises looking to automate their software delivery lifecycle. Tali Notman, Chief Revenue Officer at JFrog said,”We see impressive growth and maturity in the Chinese market and we are excited to expand our presence to better serve the community. With some of China’s leading companies increasingly adopting DevOps and DevSecOps, our growing footprint and strong partnership in the region puts us in a better position to serve our customers’ growing needs, and further support our thousands of global customers that have Development teams in APAC and can now benefit from more trusted experts and local resources next to them.”

Growing adoption of DevOps and DevSecOps in the region

IDC predicts that by 2025, up to a quarter of A500 companies in APAC will become software producers to digitally transform and maintain their A-500 status. They predict that by 2023, 60 per cent of Asian 1000 companies will shift security to earlier in the development process so that security engages with DevOps teams to review application architecture and release plans early on.

These underscore the growing adoption of DevOps and DevSecOps in the region, as well as to the criticality of DevOps and digital transformation to the competitive advantage of large enterprises in APAC. China has also seen a rise in large organizations looking to adopt hybrid DevOps and DevSecOps practices at scale to accelerate application releases, leading them to rely on enterprise-grade DevOps solutions like JFrog Platform, in both cloud and self-hosted environments, in order to empower digital transformation.

JFrog Artifactory is a universal package manager and container registry solution, and JFrog Xray is a continuous security solution for open-source vulnerabilities and license compliance. They are both part of the JFrog DevOps Platform and are used by more than 100 enterprises in China.

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