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Rugged DevOps: Solving Big Problems

“The big problems are where people don't realize they have one in the first place.” - W. Edwards Deming, patron saint of DevOps.

Rugged DevOps: Survival is Not Mandatory

Deming, the patron saint of DevOps once advised, “It is not necessary to change. Survival is not mandatory.”

Ground Control To Nexus Users: Nexus Repository Manager 3 Milestone 7 Release

The final milestone is here, and we are pleased to announce Nexus Repository Manager 3 Milestone 7 has “made the grade” and it’s ready to release! It’s time to engage your engines and blast off with Nexus as this version will be upgradeable to future versions of Repository Manager 3.

Why CEO’s Choose Harry

We are excited to see GrowthCap just announced NEA’s Harry Weller as their Investor of the Year. Harry and our CEO, Wayne Jackson, started working together in 1998 when he invested in Riverbed Technologies, followed by an investment in SourceFire, and most recently teaming up for the third time with Sonatype. We’re honored to be partnered with Harry and NEA to be developing an awesome future for software development organizations with our software supply chain and repository management solutions.

What’s in Your Software

I can’t tell you how excited I am to be a part of the Sonatype team that is literally reinventing how quality software gets made. As the new guy leading marketing, my first test was to explain Sonatype to my mom. She’s a smart cookie -- but she's 82 years old -- and doesn’t know very much about software.

Getting Rugged DevOps Right

Two Perspectives

Jack, an accomplished application security pro, tells me, “The developers won’t talk to us. It’s like we speak a different language. They are releasing new builds so fast, how could they check each one for security vulnerabilities? We can’t move as fast as they do.”

Software Supply Chains: DevOps Lessons Learned from Southwest Airlines

I was talking to a new business acquaintance the other day and had a really interesting exchange. It went something like this: