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Sonatype on Federal News Radio

Listen to Matt Howard, Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer at Sonatype, on Federal News Radio as he discusses the demand for quality open source components. 

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Using Nexus 3 as Your Repository – Part 1: Maven Artifacts

This article is the first in a three part series by one of our community advocates, Rafael Eyng. You can follow his work at CodeHeaven.io

Paul Volkman: Why is Sonatype the best solution?

When Paul Volkman was asked "Why is Sonatype the best solution?," he didn't hesitate. Watch and listen as he gives the best, most succinct explanation you'll find anywhere.

How to Video Training: Open Source Component Management and Intelligence


As a developer I am constantly chasing new tools and enjoy learning new things. I read a lot of blog posts, tutorials and documentation. And I listen to podcasts and attend webinars as well. More and more I find that watching videos of conference and webinar presentations is great.  But even better are shorter, focused videos that give you a  chance to quickly learn something new.  

Banking on Built-in Security Checks

You’ve seen the headlines: Financial services are a top target for hackers. From breaches at Anthem to cyberattacks at JPMorgan Chase, cybercrime has repeatedly been bad news for financial services companies, affecting not just customer accounts but share prices as well.

Continuous Delivery: The Atlassian Way

At the recent DEVNEXUS conference in Atlanta, Sonatype’s Mark Miller (@TSWAlliance) caught up with Ian Buchanan (@devpartisan) for our 2016 DevOps Leadership Series. Ian discussed his experiences at Atlassian, including continuous delivery, ChatOps, and use of tools like Bamboo, Nexus, Puppet, and Datadog.

Manufacturing Without a Warehouse = Development Without an Artifact Repository

Can you imagine a large manufacturer like Toyota, Samsung or General Electric managing all their parts without one or numerous warehouses? Probably not, because it's simply inefficient or even impossible to manage.