JFrog gets a new head of Strategy

JFrog, a company specializing in software supply chain solutions, has announced the appointment of Gal Marder as executive vice president of Strategy.

Mr. Marder brings over two decades of experience in the DevOps and enterprise software sectors to his new role, where he will be responsible for guiding JFrog’s strategic direction, exploring new markets, fostering technology partnerships, and identifying potential mergers and acquisitions.

Mr. Marder’s background includes co-founding and leading Trainologic, a company offering services in software development and consulting, focusing on Open Source, DevOps, and security. Following JFrog’s acquisition of Trainologic in 2018, Mr. Marder served as vice president of Solution Engineering and Training.

Find the JFrog blog pist on Mr. Marder’s appointment here.

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