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Nexus 1.9 – Performance, Compatibility, and Dependency Browsing

April 14, 2011 By
Brian Fox

Sonatype has released the latest version of our industry leading repository manager – Nexus 1.9.1 This post outlines some of the new features available in all 1.9 releases of both Nexus Professional and Nexus Open Source. This release has a lot of important, under-the-hood changes – including a number of changes to the core infrastructure of […]

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Announcing Nexus 1.5.0: LDAP, Archive Browsing, Javadoc, and More

January 28, 2010 By
Damian Bradicich

Sonatype is pleased to announce the availability of Nexus 1.5.0.   The major announcement? We’ve moved our LDAP integration into Nexus Open Source.  In addition to the LDAP changes, this release also contains some important features:  Nexus Open Source now ships with the Remote Repository Browsing plugin, and Nexus Professional now has the capability to browse […]

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Nexus Open Source or Professional: Which One is Right for You?

January 19, 2010 By
Tim O'Brien

We’re frequently getting questions from users about the differences between Nexus Open Source and Nexus Professional, and the standard response we give is: “If you work for an organization that needs support or which needs staging and procurement, you’ll want to use Nexus Professional. If you are new to repository management, and you just want […]

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