Category Archives: Nexus Repo Reel

Last Chance! Join Us In Philly For Breakfast & Some Hot Tech Talk


September 18, 2012 By
Emily Blades

Our Philadelphia Breakfast Meetup is next Tuesday, September 25 from 8:30AM-10:30AM and only a few seats remain. Don’t miss out! Jason van Zyl, Sonatype CTO and creator of Maven will be teaming up with Joel Confino, a Senior Consultant at Chariot Solutions and they’ll be giving informal talks to show you how you can dramatically […]

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Nexus 2.1.2 Update Available Now: Minor Features and Fixes for both OSS and Pro


August 21, 2012 By
Tim O'Brien

We’ve cut another Nexus release: version 2.1.2 of both OSS and Pro contains several minor bug fixes. To download the newest version of Nexus Professional 2.1.2, click here. To download the newest version of Nexus Open Source 2.1.2, click here. Here is a list of fixes in version 2.1.2 for Nexus Open Source: look at […]

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Dogfooding Sonatype Insight: We found Vulnerabilities in Nexus


August 13, 2012 By
Tim O'Brien

“Dogfooding” is such a strange word, and I’m using it as a substitute for “Eating your own dog food”. As we do have a global audience, I worry that the term is somewhat provincial (and maybe a bit strange out of context). So here, here’s the explanation of this idiom on Wikipedia. Sonatype is “recursive”. […]

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Best Strategy for Migrating from Apache Ant to Apache Maven


August 9, 2012 By
Tim O'Brien

Whenever I teach a Maven training class someone invariably asks me to give some advice for migrating a large, complex Ant project to Maven. Toward the end of the class, I’ll take questions: Participant: “Could you give us some guidance for migrating Ant projects to Maven? Is there a process that you recommend to make […]

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Securing Repository Credentials with Nexus Pro User Tokens


August 8, 2012 By
Tim O'Brien

Until yesterday I had a Maven Settings file in ~/.m2/settings.xml that contained following XML: <server> <id>central</id> <username>tobrien</username> <password>ch1c@g0r00lz</password> </server> Silly, right? The only way to authenticate against Nexus was to drop my plaintext username and password in my Settings file, for anyone who gained access to my laptop to see. I’ve never been too happy […]

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Nexus 2.1 Now Available, Go Get It


August 7, 2012 By
Tim O'Brien

This is a big release. We’re announcing the immediate availability of Nexus 2.1, the first minor version update since the Nexus 2.0 release earlier this year. This simultaneous release of both Nexus Open Source and Nexus Professional caps off months of effort to implement two major features in Nexus Professional: User Tokens – Developers who […]

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We Just Kicked Central Performance and Availability Up a Notch with Edgecast


July 19, 2012 By
Brian Fox

Central is a critical resource for developers. If you develop Java applications and use Maven, Gradle, or Ivy, Central is what has made it easy for you to consume libraries using dependency declarations in your builds. For more than a decade, Central has been a solid, reliable presence supporting the community and making it easier […]

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