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How to Setup Nexus 3 as your Windows Docker Container Registry

By Rene Van Osnabrugge on January 16, 2018 Nexus 3
My customer uses Sonatype Nexus as their artifact repository for all kinds of packages and also for Docker Containers.

Developing An Ansible Role for Nexus Repository Manager v3.x

By Samuel Hervé on January 11, 2018 Ansible
This article explains how to automate the installation as well as configuration of Nexus Repository Manager version 3.x with Ansible.

Automated Setup of Nexus Repository Manager

By Karl-Heinz Marbaise on January 10, 2018 Nexus 3
Nexus Repository Manager starting with version 3+ provides a Provisioning REST API which allows the upload of scripts to Nexus and execution of those scripts.

Nexus Repository 3.7.0 Released

By Daniel Sauble on December 20, 2017 polyglot
Hierarchical browsing is now available in Nexus Repository 3.7.0. We’ve implemented both a browse view in the UI and an HTML index for more lightweight uses.

Help and Educational Content for Nexus Repository Manager

By Jeffrey Wayman on December 18, 2017 Nexus 3
We are interested in learning about the type of educational content you’re looking for from Sonatype.

Using a Dockerized Nexus as a Docker Registry

By Maxence Button on December 11, 2017 Nexus 3
Recently, I was playing with Docker Swarm and I decided to setup a containerized Nexus as my Docker registry.

Docker: Handling Circular Dependency Between Containers

By Choon-Chern Lim on December 07, 2017 Nexus 3
Let’s assume we are going to run 3 containers. Nginx is used to serve cleaner URLs through reverse proxies so that users don't have to remember specific ports.

Useful Docker Images – Part 1

By Muhammad Rehan Saeed on December 06, 2017 Nexus
Nexus 3 is an open source repository manager that can be used as a private Docker registry to store your images

Application Health Check: Free tool to see if you’re impacted by the Struts2

By Daniel Sauble on September 26, 2017 Nexus Lifecycle
Find out in less than 5 minutes if your apps contain open source components with known vulnerabilities by using the freely downloadable Application Health Check