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Sonatype Automated Deployments with Atlassian Bitbucket Pipelines

By Manfred Moser on May 24, 2016 repository

With the release of Atlassian’s new Bitbucket Pipelines, you can now configure your project to have continuous builds performed in the cloud easily. Powered by


Please Containerize Your Excitement: Nexus 3 Milestone 5 Release

By Derek Weeks on September 22, 2015 repository

We, on the Nexus team, are pleased to announce the arrival of the Nexus 3 Milestone 5 release!


Releases Are Forever?

By Tim OBrien on January 16, 2012 repository

Releases are forever, right? Once you've pushed an artifact to a hosted release repository it is etched in stone, and changing it is a bad practice. That's


Publishing Your Artifacts to the Central Repository

By Brian Fox on October 12, 2011 repository

Sonatype makes it easy to add your projects to the Central Repository with a free, public hosting service called OSSRH. We first blogged about this back in


Maven Indexer: Sonatype's Donation to Repository Search

By Tim OBrien on February 01, 2011 repository

We create a search index for the Maven repository so that you don't have to. What does this mean for you? It means that you don't have to run a "little Google"


New official Maven Central repository in Europe

By Brian Fox on October 19, 2010 repository

Maven Central has become an increasingly important resource for the development community at large. We've put several efforts forward earlier this year to help


Benefits of a Repository Manager: Part III Continuous Build Deployment

By Tim OBrien on August 06, 2010 repository

In the previous post in this series I discussed three compelling ways in which a repository manager can benefit the development cycle. It proxies artifacts


Google's GWT 2.0.4 Available on Maven Central (via Nexus OSS)

By Heather Loney on July 19, 2010 repository

Sonatype is happy to announce that Google Web Toolkit 2.0.4 jars are now available in the Maven Central repository. The Google Web Toolkit blog explains