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Sonatype and Bamboo: Improving Your Builds


March 3, 2015 By
Derek Weeks
Bamboo

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.

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42,000 Nexus Repository Managers, and Growing!


November 19, 2014 By
Derek Weeks
Nexus Artifactory Archiva

[Editor’s Note: An update to this article is now available.  As of February 2015, active Nexus instances have reached 50,000.  For more information, please see the new blog post at: http://blog.sonatype.com/2015/02/nexus-reaches-50000/#.VPTXZEuf96k] Over the past 15 months, active Nexus instances have grown from 21,000 to 42,000.  Wowza.   That is news worth sharing, because you made it […]

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Securosis Dives Deep into our 2014 Survey


July 2, 2014 By
Derek Weeks
True State of Open Source Security

There are two ways to motivate others to action: emotional appeal and fact based analysis. Our 2014 Open Source and Application Security survey results touched on both. We’ve run this survey for the past four years, but this time we decided to reveal the results in a new way. Rather than let our marketing team “spin” the results, we wanted to provide you a completely independent perspective focus on both open source development and application security. Adrian Lane, CTO and Security Analyst, at Securosis jumped at the chance. We provided him the raw survey results data and he agreed to write the analysis. We did not ask or direct him on what to write; in fact, Securosis’ Totally Transparent Research methodology does not allow companies like Sonatype to influence their research.

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