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Nexus 2.11.4 Released

On July 15, 2015, Nexus 2.11.4 was released. Check the complete release notes and upgrade notes before installing this release. Highlights Upgrade to Prevent Possible SSL Socket Timeouts Users proxying https repositories should upgrade. We’ve fixed a critical issue that caused SSL sockets to never timeout if the remote server started to misbehave (NEXUS-8856) Performance

Extensions and Plugins

Author, Mark Miller

Artifact Listener: New Update Pushed

Guillaume Smet has created an innovative solution for notification of new releases on the Central Repository. It’s called Artifact Listener.  When I spoke with him about it last week, he said he had just pushed a new release and would like people to come and try it out. Here’s his description of the project. Artifact

The Q&A Corner

Author, Ilkka Turunen

Understanding Open Source Copyleft Licensing Flags

I recently received a question from a client who had run an Application Health Check. They wished to understand why we highlight certain licenses in the health check report: Regarding the ‘License-Copyleft’ – some libraries have e.g. a LGPL license and a CDDL/GPL license: Using the LGPL license shouldn’t be a problem in my opinion

Engineering Team: Thoughts

Author, Brian Fox

Nexus Lifecycle 1.15 Release

The Sonatype CLM 1.15 (Nexus Lifecycle) release focuses predominantly on improving security administration functionality. As part of this, you will likely notice some changes with regard to the associated interface in these areas. Here’s a breakdown of the improvements in this release. Details follow this summary: Built-in roles and permissions visibility Custom roles creation Java

DevOps

Author, Derek Weeks

The Cost to DevOps: 27 Mufflers

  Imagine Imagine that you are designing the 2016 Range Rover line of sport utility vehicles.  Like all gas powered vehicles, each one needs an exhaust muffler.  Range Rover likely has narrowed in on a preferred provider of mufflers. But imagine what would happen if the designers and factory line workers could pick from any

Guest Authors

Author, Maarten Smeets

Sonatype Nexus: Delete artifacts based on a selection

Sonatype Nexus provides several mechanisms to remove artifacts from the repository. You can schedule a job to keep only specified number of the latest releases (see here). You can also specifically remove a single artifact or an entire group using the API (see here). Suppose you want to make a selection though. I only want

Nexus Pro/CLM

SonarQube + Nexus Lifecycle.

Integrating SonarQube with Nexus Lifecycle

Many development organizations we work with have turned to SonarQube as a dashboard to visualize and measure their code quality. Customers using Nexus Lifecycle (formerly CLM) want to surface known security vulnerabilities and license risk in the same place developers or executives already go to assess the overall quality of their application. To support this growing

How We Do It

Mark Kilby and Jeffry Hesse

Talking the Talk – Focus on Goals, not Best Practices (Part 2)

by Mark Kilby and Jeffry Hesse In our last blog post, we discussed how it’s better to set process goals versus best practices across teams in your organization.  We’d like to continue that thought by discussing another goal we set for our distributed teams: Talking Daily.  This goal definitely aligns with principles of the Agile

Video

Trevor Parsons at Velocity

DevOps Leadership Series: Monitoring Containers and Microservices

Trevor Parsons (@trevparsons) is a Co-Founder and Chief Scientist at Logentries, a leading SaaS-delivered log management and analytics service. I caught up with Trevor at the Velocity Conference in Santa Clara and asked him what themes were resonating with attendees this year. For this episode of the DevOps Leadership Series, Trevor briefly illustrates some current

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