Can you imagine a large manufacturer like Toyota, Samsung or General Electric managing all their parts without one or numerous warehouses? Probably not, because it simply would be inefficient or even impossible to manage. The same applies for manufacturing software. To avoid inefficient development practices, you need to manage all the parts involved. The warehouse for software development is called a repository manager and their are many benefits to using them.
This past November at CA World 2015, we participated in a panel discussion on transforming application development and release with Continuous Delivery and DevOps practices. The well-attended panel discussion addressed many practical and easy ways for companies to get started with Continuous Delivery and DevOps.
At Sonatype, we know that two things are true: Security, quality, and speed are critical to modern software (business) success, and The world’s best software starts with the world’s best components. That’s precisely why our Nexus Software Supply Chain Automation solutions automatically and continuously infuse the highest quality components into every aspect of software development […]
The Lego Death Star has about 1/10th of the parts of a Toyota; 3803 to be exact. If you’ve ever assembled the Lego Death Star, or anything lego related, you know having the right parts is critical. Even more impressive is what the group over at Titans Creations did. This group of Lego fans (known as My Own Creation[ers]) built a scale model (mini-figure scale) of the Millennium Falcon. Coming in at around 10,000 parts it’s one of the more, if not most impressive custom models to date.
In part one of this series, “Rugged DevOps: Survival is Not Mandatory”, I shared news that 1 in 16 open source and third-party components downloaded last year included a known vulnerability. That may not seem like too many until you realize the average company downloads well over 200,000 components annually. These components are electively downloaded by development teams, often unaware of the vulnerabilities that come with them.
Deming, the patron saint of DevOps once advised, “It is not necessary to change. Survival is not mandatory.” To survive, application development teams are constantly pressured to deliver software even faster. But fast is not enough. The best organizations realize that security, quality and integrity at velocity are mandatory for survival. Hence, DevOpsSec
The final milestone is here, and we are pleased to announce Nexus Repository Manager 3 Milestone 7 has “made the grade” and it’s ready to release! It’s time to engage your engines and blast off with Nexus as this version will be upgradeable to future versions of Repository Manager 3.
We are excited to see GrowthCap just announced NEA’s Harry Weller as their Investor of the Year. Harry and our CEO, Wayne Jackson, started working together in 1998 when he invested in Riverbed Technologies, followed by an investment in SourceFire, and most recently teaming up for the third time with Sonatype. We’re honored to be partnered […]
I can’t tell you how excited I am to be a part of the Sonatype team that is literally reinventing how quality software gets made. As the new guy leading marketing, my first test was to explain Sonatype to my mom. She’s a smart cookie — but she’s 82 years old — and doesn’t know very much about software.
Two Perspectives Jack, an accomplished application security pro, tells me, “The developers won’t talk to us. It’s like we speak a different language. They are releasing new builds so fast, how could they check each one for security vulnerabilities? We can’t move as fast as they do.” Then in the next moment, Diane, a DevOps […]