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Nexus Firewall Extends Support for RubyGems and RPM

By Michelle Dufty on March 23, 2018 rpm
Nexus Firewall now supports RubyGems and RPM
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Nexus Repository 3.9 Released with a new Upload UI and Firewall Support

e are pleased to announce the release of Nexus Repository 3.9. This release adds two major features: (1) Components can now be uploaded directly from the UI and (2) Nexus Repository Pro is no longer
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Nexus Firewall is now available for Repo OSS users!

By Michelle Dufty on March 01, 2018 Nexus Firewall
Nexus Firewall is now available to more than 10 million developers using Nexus Repository OSS. Nexus Firewall automatically prevents open source software components with known security
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Concerned about Container Security? Try the Nexus Platform.

By Michelle Dufty on August 10, 2017 Nexus Lifecycle
Native Container Scanning for Docker Containers and a Private Container Registry
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Nexus Firewall Grows with Support for PyPI

By Jamie Whitehouse on April 19, 2017 Nexus Firewall
Sonatype’s Nexus Firewall enables development teams to evaluate every PyPI package they download from public repositories for license, security, & other risks
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DevSecOps: Better Software, Faster

By Derek Weeks on February 08, 2017 repository health check
1 in 16 open source and third-party components downloaded last year included a known vulnerability. That may not seem like too many until you realize the average company downloads well over 200,000
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LEGO, Death Stars, and Millennium Falcons, Oh My

By Jeffrey Wayman on January 18, 2017 legos
Why do you need Nexus Firewall? Because 1 in 15 open source components you download include known security vulnerabilities.
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Rugged DevOps: Survival is Not Mandatory

By Derek Weeks on January 25, 2016 Nexus solutions

Deming, the patron saint of DevOps once advised, “It is not necessary to change. Survival is not mandatory.” To survive, application development teams are constantly pressured to deliver software

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