There are numerous examples of reference architectures available, and each of them vary in levels of detail, tools highlighted, and processes followed. Yet, there is a constant theme among the tool sets: Jenkins, Maven, Nexus, Subversion, Git, Docker, Puppet/Chef, Rundeck, and Sonar seem to show up time and again.
Sonatype now provides native Atlassian Bamboo support to improve the quality of your build outputs. Sonatype provides instant analysis of open source components used in every Bamboo build and alerts development teams to any quality, license, or security issues identified. By catching the issues during CI builds, development teams can quickly address open source policy violations early and can avoid unplanned rework.
As TheNEXUS Community Project reaches a milestone of membership with over 1600 members, we’re adding another section to the resources for the site: a slideshow gallery that pulls in presentations from around the world that best represent continuous delivery and DevOps methodology. We opened the gallery in January of 2015 with 12 decks from the past 6 […]
Our promise to the community was that when we reached 1,000 members we’d publish another series of free training videos. As of today, we have reached 1,061 members with the count growing daily. We are publishing the beginning of a new series on Nexus Pro and Smart Proxy as a thank you to the community for your […]
Major enterprises are embracing DevOps. The DevOps Enterprise Summit is bringing together top practitioners who are leading DevOps transformations in large, complex organizations. It is a three-day conference on October 21-23, where leaders share their lessons learned, spanning culture, technology and leadership.Speakers include leaders from Disney, Macy’s, Blackboard, Barclays, Nordstrom, Target, Microsoft, Ticketmaster, Salesforce.com, UK.gov, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and more.
Once upon a time, there was a great battle between speed and security. Development wanted to go fast. But, security wanted to slow down and be safe. For years, they endured the pain of testing late in the lifecycle, sorting through reams of false positive reports, and dealing with the added cost of pushing bad software out the door. They knew there had to be a better way…
I love watching TED Talks. To me, they are 15 well-spent minutes watching experts around the world provide great insights into things I thought I knew well. Some I had never imagined or topics on which I want to gain a deeper perspective.
To find previous blogs in this DevOps series, read: Part 1 – Agile, Component Development & DevOps – A Natural Match Part 2 – DevOps Success is Contingent on Shifting Left Part 3 – DevOps Requires an Optimized Application Development Tool Chain Part 4 – Component Capable Release Management is Key to DevOps Part 5 […]
Part 3 — Part 4 Component-Capable Release Management is Key to DevOps – Part 5 Up Next DevOps conversations are dominated by release management and production deployment. These are the primary topics at the DevOps conferences that we have attended in Atlanta, New York, Vancouver, Portland, Barcelona and London. This concerns me at some […]
Sonatype Nexus can easily be integrated with external systems due to the fact that all functionality is available via various REST API calls. On the other hand Nexus can be expanded by writing plugins for Nexus that customize it and add further functionality.