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JFrog Acquires Qwak AI to Streamline AI Workflows: A Unified Platform for DevOps, DevSecOps, and MLOps

JFrog’s strategic acquisition of Qwak AI marks a significant milestone in the DevOps landscape.


Co-founder and CEO at JFrog Shlomi Ben-Haim. ( JFrog)

JFrog Ltd., an Israeli leader in software supply chain solutions, announced today the acquisition of Qwak AI, a company specializing in AI and MLOps platforms. This move signifies JFrog’s commitment to providing a comprehensive solution for building, managing, and deploying AI-powered applications.

The acquisition aims to create a unified platform encompassing DevOps, DevSecOps, and MLOps functionalities. This integration will empower developers and data scientists by streamlining the entire AI lifecycle, from development to production. JFrog’s existing platform, known for its secure software delivery capabilities, will be enhanced with Qwak’s MLOps expertise. This will eliminate the need for separate tools and fragmented workflows, promoting efficiency and user experience.

Simplified AI Delivery: Qwak’s technology offers a seamless experience for bringing AI models to production. It combines JFrog’s secure software delivery with Qwak’s advanced model training and deployment features. This eliminates the complexity associated with managing separate tools and processes.

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Enhanced Security and Traceability: JFrog’s platform ensures secure storage and management of models, along with vulnerability scanning capabilities. By integrating Qwak’s technology, JFrog strengthens the overall security posture of the AI development process. Additionally, the unified platform offers complete traceability for all AI models, facilitating easier troubleshooting and updates.

Focus on Developer and Data Scientist Needs: The combined solution frees developers and data scientists from infrastructure concerns. By streamlining the workflow and eliminating the need for separate tools, JFrog and Qwak empower these specialists to focus on core AI development tasks.

The MLOps market is experiencing rapid growth as companies strive to accelerate the delivery of AI-powered applications. Speed to market and secure deployment of machine learning models have become critical success factors. According to Gartner, 75% of companies are expected to shift from piloting AI to operationalizing it by the end of 2024. This trend highlights the need for robust MLOps solutions.

The acquisition of Qwak strengthens JFrog’s position in the MLOps landscape. Here’s a glimpse into the expanded capabilities JFrog offers:

Unified Platform for DevSecOps and MLSecOps: JFrog provides a holistic software supply chain for managing all types of AI models, including traditional models, large language models (LLMs), and generative AI (GenAI). JFrog simplifies the model development, deployment, and serving processes, accelerating AI initiatives and its platform offers built-in dataset management and feature store support for effective model training and monitoring.

JFrog plans to integrate Qwak’s technology seamlessly into its existing platform. The combined team will work on further technological integration and ensure a smooth migration path for existing customers. Additionally, JFrog will maintain its commitment to open ecosystems and will continue integrating with leading MLOps tools like AWS SageMaker and DataBricks MLflow, offering developers flexibility and avoiding vendor lock-in.

JFrog’s acquisition of Qwak AI is a strategic move that positions the company as a leader in unified software supply chain solutions for the AI era. The combined platform offers a comprehensive and secure environment for building, managing, and deploying AI applications, empowering developers and data scientists to focus on innovation. This acquisition signifies a significant advancement in streamlining AI workflows and accelerating the adoption of AI technologies across various industries.



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