Yearly Archives: 2011

Answers to your Questions about Insight

October 10, 2011 By
Larry Roshfeld

We want to thank everyone that attended the webinar on Thursday, October 6 titled Open Source Goodness – Potential Risks = Insight. Unfortunately we didn’t have time to answer all the great questions during the event, so we’ve answered them here for everyone’s benefit. If you missed the webinar, you can register to view a […]

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Will You Know When a Security Flaw is Found in a Production App?

Tim O'Brien

After developing enterprise applications for a number of years, I’ve noticed one common thread.   An application’s open source dependencies tend to stabilize over time.  An application with stable  dependencies requires less ongoing support, but it also introduces an often unacknowledged risk.  This article describes how Sonatype Insight can be used to constantly monitor deployed […]

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New Webinar: Open Source Goodness minus Potential Risks = Insight

September 26, 2011 By
Emily Blades

Sonatype Insight™ helps development organizations gain better visibility and control over their use of open source components. With Insight, you’ll use open source freely while avoiding quality, security, or licensing issues. Insight was designed with developers in mind — it’s about productivity and quality, not bureaucracy and rework. Attend our webinar on Thursday, October 6th […]

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The Next Step in Transforming Software Development

September 19, 2011 By
Wayne Jackson

Today we announced Sonatype Insight™, a new product line designed to help application development organizations gain better visibility and control over their use of open source components. This is an exciting step in the evolution of Sonatype. From our early beginnings with the Apache Maven project, to our leadership on such key projects as Nexus, […]

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JBoss Moves to Central

September 7, 2011 By
Terry Bernstein

Sonatype is excited to announce that we’ve teamed up with Red Hat to add the popular JBoss Community project components to the Central Repository. Many JBoss projects, including JGroups, Javaassist, Netty, Hibernate, HornetQ, RestEasy, jBPM and Drools are now included in the Central Repository with more expected to be added in coming months. You’ll be […]

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Nexus Gets a Stop Button

August 25, 2011 By
Terry Bernstein

We’ve enhanced the leading repository manager to help you develop better software faster.  Nexus 1.9.2, recently released, adds a number of new features. Stop Running Tasks You can stop running processes immediately and no longer have to wait for them to complete.  This is quite useful for recovering from high load situations.  Stopping a running […]

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