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DevOps vendor JFrog announced its first quarter’s financial report. Revenue grew to 64 million dollars, up 41 percent from last year.

JFrog’s shares skyrocketed following the announcement. Shlomi Haim, the CEO and co-founder of JFrog, said that they had signified a great fiscal start to 2022 with an increasing amount of customers shifting to cloud products and operating their DevOps with JFrog’s platform. The platform provides a contemporary method of developing applications by collaborating with IT staff and development teams.

“Our consistent investment in an end-to-end DevOps platform, that includes advanced security and distribution capabilities, answers the market demand”, said Haim. “Our focus on multicloud, hybrid, and self-hosted offerings continues to bear fruit.”

JFrog on the rise

The company had some impressive numbers to share, revealing its cloud income improved by 63 percent in a year’s time. Cloud revenue is now responsible for 26 percent of the company’s total sales, increasing 23 percent in a year. Furthermore, JFrog had positive news related to customer acquisition. The number of customers generating $100,000 in annual recurrent revenue increased by 52 percent. Moreover, the customers providing $1 million in ARR went up to 16 from 10.

JFrog concludes that people who start using any of its tools quickly begin to use others on offer too. The company revealed that customers investing in the entire JFrog platform also increased from 29 percent to 35 percent. The company further said it is looking out for a minimal loss of four to five cents for every share between $65 and $66 million of sales. This report forecasts a penny for every share loss for Wall Street, $64.93 million worth of sales.