JFrog Xray Competitors and Alternatives

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Finto Thomas
Information Security Program Preparer / Architect at Alef Education
Real User
Mar 24, 2021
Gives our teams visibility into copyright and security risks in our code

What is our primary use case?

We are in the education industry, but we are a developer-based company. We heavily use lots of public libraries. We use Sonatype Nexus Lifecycle mainly for protecting us from vulnerabilities and license copyright issues. We heavily depend on its database. It's a hybrid. We have our on-premises instance for our internal security. With Sonatype itself, we use the cloud service, but we have a few modules on-premises, such as IQ Server and the report server. We have deployed those modules on AWS. As a company, we use cloud services 100 percent.

Pros and Cons

  • "The value I get from IQ Server is that I get information on real business risks. Is something compliant, are we using the proper license?"
  • "Nexus Lifecycle is multiple products. One drawback I've noticed is that there are some differences in the features between the products within Lifecycle. They need to maintain the same structure, but there are some slight differences."

What other advice do I have?

Look at the scenario of the total cost after one year, not the initial stage. When we looked into the initial stage costs, there were vendors that cost less. But when you come to the integrations and real scenarios, that bill goes up. We had to clearly evaluate, not only the initial moment, but one year or two years down the line and consider the total cost of ownership. Also, be sure to properly utilize the engineer allocated to your site to help support the developers.
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