One of the approaches to software that I strongly believe in is taking advantage of latest product innovations in all new releases. I think it’s important to upgrade to the latest versions of build tools and components as soon as you can.
It’s fair to say we were excited back in May when the OWASP community proposed A9 “ Using Components with Known Vulnerabilities” as a top 10 open source security risk – so now it’s official, component vulnerabilities are considered a critical web security flaw. But why has this addition warranted its own category, formerly classified [...]
Brian Fox sat down with Ken Rimple of Chariot Solutions to talk about Nexus and to put repository management in the context of recent developments with Maven. Ken Rimple and Chariot have been long-term partners with Sonatype supporting our Maven training efforts, so Ken has a lot of background about Maven to ask some interesting [...]
We know you are out there. You downloaded Nexus 1.9 or 1.8 last year, or maybe you are still running a version of Nexus 1.4 that is years out of date. Well, if this is you, you are missing out on some important features and bug fixes. Read this post for some good reasons to [...]
Releases are forever, right? Once you’ve pushed an artifact to a hosted release repository it is etched in stone, and changing it is a bad practice. That’s what we’ve been saying since we launched Nexus, but there are situations that call for old releases to be deleted. In fact, there are situations that require the [...]