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Automated Enforcement: The Not So Subtle Difference Between Sonatype Nexus and Everyone Else

We live in an application economy. Software has become the strategic weapon of choice for competing and winning on a global playing field.  This is a world where innovation is king, speed is critical, and open source is center stage.

Nexus Firewall Grows with Support for PyPI

All Parts Are Not Created Equal

According to the recent DevSecOps Community survey, 80 - 90% of a modern application is assembled using open source and third party components.  This is true whether you develop in Java, .NET, Ruby, Python or any other language.  While these components dramatically improve the efficiency and velocity of development, they are often consumed without enough knowledge to underlying dependencies, license requirements, or potential security vulnerabilities.

Step-by-Step: Block and Quarantine Vulnerable Open Source Components and Artifacts with Nexus Firewall

We have added two more videos in the Tips from the Trenches Series free video based training, explaining how to configure and use Nexus Firewall to block and quarantine open source components with known vulnerabilities. 

The Nexus Firewall – Perimeter Defense for Software Development

The quantitative research summarized below, covering over 7,000 repositories across nearly 100 countries, highlights some of the challenges with quality at modern development velocities. You can respond by leveraging automation in your repository manager to improve application quality and reduce rework while lowering exposure to risk.

Nexus Firewall: Quality at Velocity

The quantitative research summarized below, covering over 7,000 repositories across nearly 100 countries, highlights some of the challenges with quality at modern development velocities. By leveraging automation in your repository manager, you can improve application quality and reduce unplanned work while lowering exposure to risk.