We create a search index for the Maven repository so that you don’t have to. What does this mean for you? It means that you don’t have to run a “little Google” in your datacenter just to search for the latest log4j library, and you also don’t have to sacrifice Terabytes of bandwidth to download [...]
Maven Central contains over 260,000 artifacts and serves over 70 million downloads every week. It has become the principal resource for exchanging Java artifacts with demand doubling year over year. Getting artifacts into Central is the most effective way to get your software to developers since every build tool that can download Java libraries knows [...]
Maven Central has become an increasingly important resource for the development community at large. We’ve put several efforts forward earlier this year to help improve the content quality and to reduce the time required to get artifacts into the repository. These have matured over time and are now automatically validating artifacts. These processes are documented [...]
In the previous posts in this series, we’ve talked about how a repository manger changes the development cycle. In this post, I’m going to talk about how a repository manager can be used as a way to interact with third parties. Specifically, I’m going to talk about vendors and partners.
In the first part of this series, I gave you a glimpse at the big picture of repository management, and I listed some common anti-patterns present in systems that haven’t yet installed a repository manager. In this post, I’m going to focused on the benefits a repository manager has on the development cycle. How does [...]