Category Archives: Nexus Repo Reel

Continuous Delivery and Nexus


March 19, 2015 By
Derek Weeks
nexus_cd

There are numerous examples of reference architectures available, and each of them vary in levels of detail, tools highlighted, and processes followed. Yet, there is a constant theme among the tool sets: Jenkins, Maven, Nexus, Subversion, Git, Docker, Puppet/Chef, Rundeck, and Sonar seem to show up time and again.

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Dogfooding Nexus


March 16, 2015 By
Derek Weeks
Sonatype

How does Sonatype use Nexus to support our development efforts? Well, our development team is about to tell you. In fact, they a planning to give a virtual tour of our factory floor (e.g., tool chain) while discussing their own best practices for agile software development across a geographically distributed team. They will also spend time discussing their use of Nexus, Bamboo, JIRA, HipChat, AWS, Ansible and other solutions to streamline our development efforts, improve the quality of our builds while reducing rework, and speed time to market for new releases.

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Sonatype and Bamboo: Improving Your Builds


March 3, 2015 By
Derek Weeks
Bamboo

Sonatype now provides native Atlassian Bamboo support to improve the quality of your build outputs. Sonatype provides instant analysis of open source components used in every Bamboo build and alerts development teams to any quality, license, or security issues identified. By catching the issues during CI builds, development teams can quickly address open source policy violations early and can avoid unplanned rework.

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Nexus Reaches 50,000


February 27, 2015 By
Derek Weeks
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Active Nexus instances have grown 100% within the past 18 months. Just awesome. And, YOU, our user community made it happen. As of today, we surpassed the milestone of 50,000 active Nexus installs! Thank you.

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Nexus 3: New Milestone Release


February 12, 2015 By
Jeff Wayman
Nexus_Milestone

There are those of us that like to stay on the cutting edge of technology, fiddling with the latest and greatest, even if it means the experience might be a little rough around the edges. Yes, that might mean suffering through a bunch of issues despite a warning not to install Mavericks on our main […]

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Chevy and DevOps: What the Wi-Fi?


February 4, 2015 By
Derek Weeks
chevy

I’m sure you saw it too. During the Super Bowl, Chevy Trucks announced that they were adding 4G LTE wi-fi. How cool. I want that (and so would my kids). I can only imagine the possibilities. But, this is not all about my needs. Chevy and every other vehicle maker wants this too. And not for the reasons that you might first consider. Quickly, let me introduce you to the recalls of today..

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Nexus, Continuous Delivery and DevOps: Slideshow Gallery


January 16, 2015 By
Mark Miller
nexus slides

As TheNEXUS Community Project reaches a milestone of membership with over 1600 members, we’re adding another section to the resources for the site: a slideshow gallery that pulls in presentations from around the world that best represent continuous delivery and DevOps methodology. We opened the gallery in January of 2015 with  12 decks from the past 6 […]

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Nexus 2.11.1 – Why It’s Time to Upgrade


December 23, 2014 By
Manfred Moser
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TL; DR: The release of Nexus 2.11.1 includes a fix for the security vulnerability CVE-2014-9389. Whenever a new Nexus release becomes available there are a myriad of reasons to upgrade. The team always seems to manage to bring in some really useful new features or bug fixes that you have been waiting for. Luckily upgrades […]

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Nexus Pro Deployment Guidelines


December 18, 2014 By
Mark Miller
nexusdeploy

So you’re using Nexus OSS, but you’ve heard about all the cool things you get if you moved to Nexus Professional (e.g., rich component information, managed release process, smart proxy, staging, enterprise level support,  control over external artifacts, integration with enterprise security). Want to get a better idea of how to setup Nexus Pro to take advantage of these features? […]

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