One of the approaches to software that I strongly believe in is taking advantage of latest product innovations in all new releases. I think it’s important to upgrade to the latest versions of build tools and components as soon as you can.
Sonatype Nexus can easily be integrated with external systems due to the fact that all functionality is available via various REST API calls. On the other hand Nexus can be expanded by writing plugins for Nexus that customize it and add further functionality.
In the Nexus Live event John Nagro and Tom McLaughlin from HubSpot detailed how they are using
Nexus as a repository for their development and release components. They
found that they need to be able to quickly create another virtual
machine as part of their build infrastructure to react to changes in
datacenter locations and other parameters.
Like many organizations, you have turned to Nexus as a repository for your components. Since that is going so well, you may be thinking adding controls that turn Nexus into a Golden Repository. It’s natural to try to manage components by restricting usage to only those components approved by your security, licensing and architecture teams. […]
The Central Repository continues to be the largest repository of binary components for Java developers and beyond. A majority of open source projects including organizations such as Apache Software Foundation, Google , Github and many more take advantage of the free hosting via the Sonatype Open Source Software Repository Hosting OSSRH. The release automation for […]
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 […]
When Maven Repository Managers (MRM) first appeared on developers’ radar, everyone using them immediately saw the benefits. Right off the bat, MRMs replaced cobbled together solutions like shared drives or local Maven repositories copied and exposed via http. Since its release four years ago, Sonatype Nexus has grown to support many repository formats. And most […]
Before JavaOne 2012 a few of us joined the Jenkins community at the Jenkins User Conference 2012 in San Francisco as Gold Sponsors. We had a great time talking to KK, Andrew and others as well as showcasing Insight For CI for Jenkins at the booth. The presentation about “Improving Software Quality Using Component Lifecycle […]
When training the Maven Fundamentals or Advanced Maven Techniques classes or reading the Apache Maven users mailing list, it seems that again and again Maven 2 pops up. Sometimes even the long dead Maven 1 creeps up now and then. Usually my first two questions to somebody using Maven 2 are Why? and Are you sure?