Welcome to the roundup of blog posts that mention Nexus, Maven, and other projects that Sonatype developers contribute to. From Apache Archiva to Sonatype Nexus “Having recently migrated a significant number of repository servers from Apache Archiva to Sonatype Nexus, I would like to share with you the process I followed, some tips, and point [...]
This video is a follow-up to Juven Xu’s post from this morning, How to Partition Nexus Repositories: Targets, Privileges, and Roles. It provides some motivation and quick demonstration of how repositories are partitioned on http://oss.sonatype.org.
Part of my daily routine involves managing the Sonatype OSS Repository, a free, hosted Nexus Professional instance for hosting open source project repositories . There are more than 100 projects hosted on the OSS instance, and each project has at least one release repository, one snapshot repository, and one repository group. When we started offering [...]
Nexus OSS Core has more than 120 REST Resources published. And that number is just increasing with new Nexus Plugins. Not to mention Nexus Pro that comes with even more plugins and more REST resources. Everything you do in Nexus, whether you use the Maven Nexus plugin or the Nexus UI, is interacting with [...]
This video was used as a demonstration reel at January’s Jfokus 2010 in Stockholm, Sweden. It provides a useful walk through of the major features of Nexus Security, including user roles, groups, and privileges. If you are new to Nexus, or if you are evaluating the tool, this five minute video gives you an overview [...]