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Q&A: Running Docker in Production

On October 29, Sonatype hosted a discussion about the upcoming release of Nexus 3. This release will provide support for Docker images as a private Docker registry. A full recording of discussion is available on YouTube.

Why Nexus Rocketed Beyond 60,000 Installs

Another BIG Milestone

Active Nexus repository manager instances have grown to another record high. As of today, we surpassed the milestone of 60,000 active Nexus installations! And, YOU, our user community made it happen.

Please Containerize Your Excitement: Nexus 3 Milestone 5 Release

We, on the Nexus team, are pleased to announce the arrival of the Nexus 3 Milestone 5 release!

28 DevOps and Continuous Delivery Reference Architectures (Vol. 2)

People want to get going with DevOps or Continuous Delivery, but need a place to start. Others are already on their way, but need some validation of their choices. In April, I published the first volume of DevOps and Continuous Delivery reference architectures which has now been viewed over 37,000 times on SlideShare (it’s free to download…no registration required). Three things helped people in the deck: (1) the reference architectures, (2) links to the sources for each architecture attached to each slide, and (3) no marketing fluff.

Josh Corman on Keeping up with Hackers [CNBC VIDEO]

Josh Corman had a busy week at BlackHat last week. During the chaos, CNBC news caught up with him to talk about recent cyber attacks and what can be expected in the future.

Make Nexus Part of the DevOps Dozen

DevOps.com has compiled a list of companies they believe to be the most well known DevOps products in the market today. We are excited and honored to have Nexus nominated under the repository manager category. As DevOps.com put it --

Automated Nexus Reports on Licenses, Security, and More

You have been using Nexus repository managers for years, but did you know they offer a free reporting feature that details your component licenses, known security vulnerabilities, versions, age, and adoption rates?