Monthly Archives: May 2011

Hudson Survey Results Show Reliability and Performance Are Key Concerns

May 31, 2011 By
Terry Bernstein

Earlier this year Sonatype and Oracle sponsored a Hudson user survey to gather input from the community about the future of Hudson.  We want to thank everyone who participated (over 1200 people from a variety of industries) as this type of survey is extremely valuable to our product team.  The survey was a huge success […]

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Last Chance to Enroll: MVN-101 Training in Europe

May 26, 2011 By

We are offering one last virtual Maven Mechanics (MVN-101) training course for European business hours in June. This will be our last virtual class in CEST for the summer. Be sure to enroll today! Course details: Course: Maven Mechanics (MVN-101) Date: Tuesday June 14, 2011 Time: 9:00AM – 4:00PM CEST (UTC/GMT + 0200) *European Hours […]

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Maven Central Failover Mechanism Improves: Temporary IP change on Monday

May 9, 2011 By
Brian Fox

Spoiler Alert! This post contains information about a change to Maven Central’s IP addresses. If your network has firewall rules in place that need specific IPs, be sure to read this post. We’re working hard and investing continued effort into making sure that Central is as available as possible. As Maven Central supports a world […]

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Maven 3: The Future of Enterprise Java Build Infrastructure

May 5, 2011 By

The Maven 3: The Future of Enterprise Java Build Infrastructure presentation is now available for viewing. This presentation was given at EclipseCon 2011 by Sonatype founder Jason van Zyl. More on this presentation: Maven 3 is the best version of Maven yet. Maven 3 is faster, has been optimized for IDE use, and is fully […]

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Sonatype supports Hudson’s move to the Eclipse Foundation

May 4, 2011 By
Jason van Zyl

At Sonatype, we’re very excited about the Hudson proposal that has been posted to the Eclipse Foundation website today. We believe Hudson moving to the Eclipse Foundation is the best way forward for both the Hudson and Jenkins projects. Having Hudson at a mature OSS foundation like Eclipse gives enterprise users the confidence that Hudson […]

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Hudson Pro: Where’s the Maven job type?

May 3, 2011 By
Tim O'Brien

One important difference between Hudson Open Source and Hudson Professional is how they support Maven 3. Sonatype has developed state-of-the-art support for Maven 3 focusing on creating seamless integration between the internals of Hudson CI and Maven.   Year of work on Maven 3 internals to support more efficient embedding along with our multi-year investment in […]

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