Tag Archives: nexus pro

Nexus Proxy Repositories: Video Walkthrough of Major Features


February 12, 2010 By
Tim O'Brien

The following, audio-less demonstration video was used at our booth at Jfokus 2010 in Stockholm, Sweden. It is a brief walkthrough of some of the major features of Nexus Proxy repositories. If you are evaluation Nexus, this is a chance to see Nexus UI in action. Highlights of this demonstration reel: Time (M:SS) Note 0:30 […]

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Nexus Hosted Repositories: Video Walkthrough of Major Features


February 11, 2010 By
Tim O'Brien

This demonstration video was used at our booth at last month’s Jfokus 2010 in Stockholm, Sweden. It provides a quick, audio-less overview of some of the major features of Nexus Hosted repositories: Highlights of this demonstration reel: Time (M:SS) Notes 0:29 List of default hosted repositories. Nexus ships with three hosted repositories: releases, snapshots, and […]

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Documenting the Nexus REST API with Enunciate


February 8, 2010 By
Tamas Cservenak

Nexus OSS Core has more than 120 REST Resources published. And that number is just increasing with new Nexus Plugins. Not to mention Nexus Pro that comes with even more plugins and more REST resources.    Everything you do in Nexus, whether you use the Maven Nexus plugin or the Nexus UI, is interacting with […]

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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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How to Control Nexus Groups with Effective Routing Rules


January 18, 2010 By
Tamas Cservenak

When you run a repository manager you will likely want to control which artifacts developers have access to.    Maybe you also want to try to speed up your builds and reduce the time it takes to find and retrieve the artifacts needed in your build.    You might be looking for an easy way to filter […]

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Sonatype Nexus 1.4.1 introduces a plugin console and custom artifact metadata


December 16, 2009 By
Tim O'Brien

Sonatype is pleased to announce the 1.4.1 release of both Nexus Open Source and Nexus Professional. Nexus Open Source 1.4.1 Highlights Nexus Plugin Console Use the Nexus Plugin Console to list all installed Nexus plugins and browse REST services made available by installed Nexus Plugin. To open the Nexus Plugin Console, click on the Plugin […]

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Nexus as Open Source Infrastructure: User Sign-Up


November 24, 2009 By
Tim O'Brien

If you’ve ever participated in an open source community like the Apache Software Foundation or Codehaus, you’ll know that there are hundreds (sometimes thousands) of participants and interested parties for projects such as Maven, httpd, or Tomcat. Communities like these are only able to communicate because individuals can sign up for mailing lists, issues trackers, […]

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Nexus Professional's Support for Atlassian Crowd


November 17, 2009 By
Tim O'Brien

Atlassian’s Crowd is a single sign-on and identity management product that many organizations use to consolidate user accounts and control which users and groups have access to which applications. Nexus Professional contains an optional security plugin that allows you to configure Nexus to authenticate against an Atlassian Crowd instance. This blog post dives into the […]

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