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Bringing Java and Linux together on the way to Continuous Live Deployment

Today we have a guest post from Sebastian Herold, a software architect at ImmobilienScout24, the largest German online marketplace for real estate. Sebastian and his team created a YUM plugin for Nexus to better interface between the Java and Linux worlds.

Continuously Monitor Production Applications: Open Source Development Tip #9

We’ve been publishing a series of tips on managing your use of open source to maximize benefits and minimize the risks. You can find earlier other posts in the series here and a summary of the entire set of tips here. In today’s post, we continue with a tip on continuously monitoring production applications to learn of newly discovered issues.

New Webinar: Nexus 2.0 Sneak Preview

We're making it easy to configure Nexus for High Availability. And a lot more.

Build Open Source Management into Software Development: Open Source Development Tip #8

We’ve been publishing a series of tips on managing your use of open source maximize benefits and minimize the risks. You can find earlier other posts in the series here and a summary of the entire set of tips here. In today’s post, we continue with a tip on building open source management into your software development process.

How to publish your Gradle project to the Central Repository

Sonatype makes it easy to add your projects to the Central Repository with a free, public hosting service called OSSRH, that we recently wrote about here. Many developers have found this a very useful service and easy to use with Apache Maven. However, if you've started using Gradle, you may have wondered if you could continue using the service. The answer is absolutely YES.

Establish a Policy of Service and Support: Open Source Development Tip #7

We’ve been publishing a series of tips on managing your use of open source to maximize benefits and minimize the risks. You can find earlier other posts in the series here and a summary of the entire set of tips here. In today’s post, we continue with a tip on establishing a service and support policy.

November Community Spotlight: Manfred Moser of simpligility technologies

Open source software emerges when people work in unison to create something greater than any one of them could create on their own. While the result may always be a collective work, the contributions and sacrifices that make a project thrive are always individual. These contributions deserve recognition. Sonatype will be paying tribute to the members of the Java open source community, who dedicate themselves to improving these projects. We’ll do so by featuring them in our new Community Spotlight each month. This month’s spotlight is on Manfred Moser of simpligility technologies.

If there is someone you would like to nominate for the community spotlight, please don’t hesitate to contact us at communityspotlight@sonatype.com. Thank you!

Standardize on a Common Set of Components: Open Source Development Tip #6

We’ve been publishing a series of tips on managing your use of open source to maximize benefits and minimize the risks. You can find other posts in the series here and a summary of the entire set of tips here. In today’s post, we continue with a tip on standardizing the open source components you use.