Sonatype makes it easy to add your projects to the Central Repository with a free, public hosting service called OSSRH. We first blogged about this back in 2009, but given the growth in the community, we thought some of you may not have seen that post, so we decided to update it.
We’ve made several improvements to the Central Repository (Maven Central) to support the incredible growth in both the number of components and the number of developers using it. If you use specific IPs to allow access to Central, you’ll need to update your firewall as described below. Since 2007, Central has been hosted at Contegix [...]
A few months ago we announced that the US Maven Central server had been moved over to a virtual system. In the natural course of machine rotations, I had some out of warranty machines de-racked, packaged up and sent from the Contegix datacenter to our headquarters in Silver Spring, MD. When I was unboxing them [...]
Sonatype is going through the archives and digging up articles that we think would be useful to developers using our tools. If you use Maven, keep reading the post below from Sonatype Vice President of Engineering Brian Fox on Maven best practices and how-tos. We have a handful of Maven best practice and how-tos documented [...]
Spoiler Alert! This post contains information about a change to Maven Central’s IP addresses. If your network has firewall rules in place that need specific IPs, be sure to read this post. We’re working hard and investing continued effort into making sure that Central is as available as possible. As Maven Central supports a world [...]