Monthly Archives: July 2013

A Brief and Incomplete History of DevOps


July 29, 2013 By
Jessica Dodson

The use of DevOps methodology and a structured process for integrating security into the development process is becoming more prevalent as large enterprises are seeing the benefits of a strategic alliance between development teams and operations. Instead of throwing the pig over the fence and hoping it turns into bacon by the time it touches […]

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Nexus 2.6: Much more than a new layer of paint


July 27, 2013 By
Manfred Moser

Generally speaking, when you talk to developers about new software releases, it can be a love or hate it kind of conversation. A new version of software can take many forms. You can find a lot has changed on the surface with new features but quickly realize it’s just new shine on the same old […]

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Application security needs to be redefined to stay relevant


July 26, 2013 By
Derek Weeks

Ok, so maybe it’s not the definition that’s the problem. Maybe it’s the fact that most people think of DAST and SAST when it comes to application security.  And when most developers are faced with DAST and SAST, they run for cover. Or maybe it’s the fact that most security practices are primarily focused on […]

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Do you trust your software supplier? Questions to ask yourself – and them!


July 24, 2013 By
Jessica Dodson

Ever since I attended the recent Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit, I’ve found myself thinking a lot about if “you can trust your software supplier”. My colleague wrote about this a bit in a Gartner recap blog and our CEO co-presented on this topic with Curtis Yanko as part of a solution provider session. […]

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Sonatype applauds GitHub’s approach to encourage OSS license selection


July 18, 2013 By
Derek Weeks

GitHub’s move to encourage developers to select an open source license for source code published to GitHub highlights the need for organizations to properly manage license concerns. The Central Repository, sponsored by Sonatype, has long since required license information for binaries that are  added, but encouraging license selection as part of the source code process […]

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Join Us for Nexus Live: Profiling your Nexus installation using JMX


July 12, 2013 By
Emily Blades

Wondering what’s new in Nexus? Just ask the experts. Join Brian Fox and Richard Seddon for Nexus Live next Wednesday, July 17, 2013 from 12:00PM-1:00PM EDT (GMT-0400) to: Learn how to profile your Nexus installation using JMX Ask questions live and get answers from top community contributors and respected Nexus professionals How to join: No […]

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Announcing CLM 1.5: New release simplifies policy management


July 11, 2013 By
Derek Weeks

At its core, Sonatype CLM uses policies to manage component usage. Policies provide automated guidance and enforcement throughout the software lifecycle, allowing for direct, stage-appropriate actions. For example, developers can be warned early in the IDE with little consequence, while applications, ready to be released, can be failed to protect production systems. Since policy actions […]

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