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.