In this segment of the Nexus 2 Minute Challenge, we’re going to look at the Nexus User Token feature. The user token relates to the username and password that is used to connect to Nexus. In this example, there is a Maven .xml file where the username and password is in clear text. This is […]
What happens if you are asked to manage multiple Nexus server instances? How can you tell which instance you are viewing? In this 2 Minute Challenge, we ask Manfred if he can change the header to specify which server instance he is using. Have a look… View the 2 Minute Challenge
What if you don’t want Nexus to serve from the default port. In this 2 Minute Challenge, we ask Manfred Moser if he can demo the change in under 2 minutes. Have a look… View the full video
In this segment of the Nexus 2 Minute Challenge, we asked Manfred Moser to replace the regular release process using the Nexus Staging Suite in less than 2 minutes. View the entire Nexus 2 Minute Challenge
In March, Manfred Moser and I introduced the concept of a “Nexus 2 Minute Challenge“, where I would ask Manfred to accomplish a specific task in Nexus in less than 2 minutes. The series was an immediate hit with over 1300 views within the first month. Here’s the inaugural video, Enable Component Version Discovery, from […]
Last week, I joined the Sonatype engineering team at the yearly summit where we got together and discussed the future roadmap for Nexus and CLM, talk with engineers who are doing the hands-on work on the projects and in general got caught up with each other. It’s always good to get this kind of face-to-face […]
Since its inception in 2002, the Central Repository has grown to be the largest component repository of Java and other JVM, Android, related components and beyond. It is the default repository for Apache Maven, sbt and Leiningen, and it can easily be used from Gradle, Apache Ivy and others. The Central Repository has become the […]
For those that don’t know me, I am the new Nexus community advocate and now moderator of Nexus Live. I’ve kicked off my first session of the year with fellow community advocate, Manfred Moser and Manager QA & Support, Rich Seddon.
Sonatype Nexus Security Advisory Date: January 14, 2014 Affected Versions: Nexus OSS/Pro versions prior to and including 2.7.0-06 Summary: A critical security vulnerability has been discovered by Sonatype in Nexus requiring immediate action. The vulnerability makes use of an execution path in an open source library that we have now (with the available patch) added […]
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.