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Improving Software Quality Using Component Lifecycle Management with Jenkins


October 24, 2012 By
Emily Blades

A few weeks ago, a few of us joined the Jenkins community at the Jenkins User Conference 2012 in San Francisco. Our presentation “Improving Software Quality Using Component Lifecycle Management with Jenkins” given by Manfred Moser, was very well attended and there seemed to be a lot of interest. A video of our presentation has […]

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Insight For CI at the Jenkins User Conference


October 9, 2012 By
Manfred Moser

Before JavaOne 2012 a few of us joined the Jenkins community at the Jenkins User Conference 2012 in San Francisco as Gold Sponsors. We had a great time talking to KK, Andrew and others as well as showcasing Insight For CI for Jenkins at the booth. The presentation about “Improving Software Quality Using Component Lifecycle […]

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The Time to Pay Attention to Application Security is Now


June 12, 2012 By
Tim O'Brien

When we announced Insight for CI a few weeks ago, our message was simple “Get Proactive about Security with Insight”. A few months ago, when we introduced the Repository Health Check in Nexus Professional, we had a similar message about licensing, “Lead or Be Led to OSS Compliance”. For months we’ve been making the case […]

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Webinar Replay Now Available: Insight for CI Demo


May 31, 2012 By
Emily Blades

A big thanks to all of you who registered and attended our Insight for CI Demo last week. We had a great turnout and a lot of fantastic questions! If you didn’t have a chance to register, that doesn’t mean you have to miss out. The replay is now available. Request the webinar recording here. […]

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Get proactive about Security with Insight


May 25, 2012 By
Tim O'Brien

There’s a shift in the way organizations are thinking about security, and This article in Infoworld “IBM: Security execs move more toward active risk management” is exactly what we’ve been talking about. Here’s the quote that stood out: “Nearly two-thirds of security leaders say their senior executives are paying more attention to security today than […]

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