JFrog Acquires Upswift to Help DevOps with IoT Software Updates

JFrog Acquires Upswift to Help DevOps with IoT Software Updates-01

JFrog, a DevOps platform utilized by big enterprises such as Google, AWS, Facebook, and Atlassian, has acquired Upswift, a firm that manages IoT devices. The deal’s terms were not disclosed.

JFrog, which was founded in 2008, provides businesses with automated solutions that let developers create, manage, and distribute all of their software releases. The Sunnyvale, California-based firm went public in 2020, but its market capitalization has nearly plummeted since its Nasdaq launch last September.

Upswift, a three-year-old Israeli company provides a platform for monitoring and securing remote Linux and IoT devices. Companies can use Upswift to keep all of their devices up-to-date with the latest updates and security improvements.

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