Category Archives: Nexus Repo Reel

Join Us: Nexus Office Hours – Friday, March 22, 2013 1PM-2PM EDT


March 11, 2013 By
Emily Blades

Wondering what’s new in Nexus? Wishing you had a chance to ask some of our Nexus experts about Nexus best practices? Here’s your chance. We’re pleased to announce that Sonatype will be hosting Nexus Office Hours each month starting in March! Our Nexus experts Brian Fox, Manfred Moser and Rich Seddon will demo the latest […]

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Your Opinion Matters: Take Our 2013 Open Source Development Survey (plus, you could win Jason’s brand new Apple Workstation)


December 12, 2012 By
Emily Blades

We want to hear about your experiences and challenges using open source software in development. Please take 10 minutes and share your thoughts. In return, you could win Jason’s brand new Apple workstation including a 15″ MacBook Pro with Retina display,  a 27″ Thunderbolt display, an Apple Magic Mouse and an Apple Wireless Keyboard. We’ve […]

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Nexus Bolsters Component Management Capabilities


November 15, 2012 By
Manfred Moser

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 […]

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Now Available: SSL Connectivity to Central


October 25, 2012 By
Brian Fox

We know how components from the Central Repository have become critical to your development efforts. We also know that you need to trust those components. Part of that trust is knowing that hackers don’t have visibility into the components you download or that they compromise components using a man-in-the middle or Cross Build Injection (XBI) […]

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Improving Software Quality Using Component Lifecycle Management with Jenkins


October 24, 2012 By
Emily Blades

A few weeks ago, a few of us joined the Jenkins community at the Jenkins User Conference 2012 in San Francisco. Our presentation “Improving Software Quality Using Component Lifecycle Management with Jenkins” given by Manfred Moser, was very well attended and there seemed to be a lot of interest. A video of our presentation has […]

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Use Maven to Find Security Vulnerabilities and Viral Licenses in Applications


October 10, 2012 By
Bentmann Benjamin

A few months ago, we launched Insight Application Health Check. Today, I’d like to announce another way to get started tracking licensing and security issues. In this post, I’m going to show you how to scan your project with nothing more than Maven and an existing project. You can get started with Insight without having […]

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Insight For CI at the Jenkins User Conference


October 9, 2012 By
Manfred Moser

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 […]

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What Enterprise Architects and Time Travelers have in Common


September 21, 2012 By
Tim O'Brien

Note: This post was inspired by Manfred’s post “You don’t do repository driven development? Where have you been?”. It immediately made me think of Star Trek… When I roll up to a new client in desperate need of build help, there’s always a chance I’ll have a “Scotty moment” – a moment when I pick […]

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Don’t Do it Wrong: Put that Puppet in a Box and Use Nexus for Devops


September 20, 2012 By
Tim O'Brien

Companies all over the place are trying to convert existing deployment scripts over to automated systems like Puppet and Chef. Many of the systems I’ve seen in the past few months have very complex codebases, builds that take 40 minutes to execute, and deployments that span hundreds of VM instances on public clouds like Amazon […]

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