US DevOps accelerator JFrog has acquired Conan, an open source C/C++ package manager from Spain. Both parties have not disclosed any figures from the deal.

Under the acquisition, the team and IP will be merged with JFrog’s universal artefact repository and distribution platform used by developers to build, manage, and distribute software. Conan’s Diego Rodriguez-Losada and Luis Martínez de Bartolomé will join JFrog to build C/C++ functions into JFrog products to speed up software updates for clients.

“The Conan team has built a versatile and flexible platform for C/C++ developers that helps them build better software, faster. With Conan on board we are offering real software automation and DevOps solution for the C/C++ community,” said Shlomi Ben Haim, JFrog CEO.

“Our vision is aligned with JFrog’s. Conan will now utilize JFrog’s Enterprise-ready solutions in order to build and release C/C++ packages, and empowering JFrog’s products with Conan will open a whole new automated world for the C/C++ community,” said Martinez de Bartolomé.

JFrog closed a $50 million Series C in January of this year and has offices in California, Spain, France, and Israel.

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