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Author, Arun Gupta

Build Binaries Only Once for Continuous Deployment

by Arun Gupta (originally published on Miles to go 2.0) What is Build Binaries Only Once? One of the fundamental principle of Continuous Delivery is Build Binaries Only Once, or in short BBOO. This means that the binary artifacts should be build once, and only once. These artifacts should then be stored in a repository manager, such

Nexus Pro/CLM

Author, Manfred Moser

Using the Oracle Maven Repository with Nexus

One of the New Year presents to all Oracle Fusion Middleware user was the creation of a Maven repository by Oracle. A big problem for many application developers using the WebLogic server was dealing with the dependencies. Typically the dependencies supplied by WebLogic would be taken out of the installation and brought onto the classpath

Guest Authors

Author, Yegor Bugayenko

How to Release to Maven Central, in One Click

When I release a new version of jcabi-aspects, a Java open source library, to Maven Central, it takes 30 seconds of my time. Maybe even less. Recently, I released version 0.17.2. You can see how it all happened, in Github issue #80 As you see, I gave a command to Rultor, and it released a

Engineering Team: Thoughts

How We Do It

How We Do It: Defining Work From A Distance

by Jeffry Hesse, Michael Prescott and Chris Wilper User Stories have become fairly common in Agile Software Development, so much so that they are baked into most of the modern toolsets like JIRA, Rally, etc. Teams get together, create User Stories and collaborate in real time. Sonatype’s Nexus team is not unlike other Agile teams, however:

DevOps

Josh Corman

DevOps Connect: SecOps Edition Added to RSA Conference 2015

Gene Kim, Josh Corman, Alan Shimel and I are putting together a DevOps, full day track for RSA Conference 2015. DevOps Connect is a full day, mult-track even that is available as part of the registration process for RSAC. With the support of RSAC, this should be a remarkable event and we are proud to

The Q&A Corner

Author Rich Seddon

Q&A: Best Practices for Disk Upgrade on Nexus Server

A Client Asked: We are upgrading the disk on our Nexus server (a W2K8 server) using the process below: Mount new drive to server  Use Robocopy to copy the existing data (including Nexus install and sonatype-work directory) from current drive to the new drive and periodically update it  During a maintenance window we will stop

OpEd

CEO, Wayne Jackson

Code, Cars, and Congress: A Time for Cyber Supply Chain Management

CEO Wayne Jackson has created an overview article related to H.R. 5793, the “Cyber Supply Chain Management and Transparency Act of 2014.” In light of this new legislation, I thought it would be worthwhile to revisit a set of discussions I started earlier this year focused on changes in software development, the prolific use of open

Nexus and NuGet

Author, Damir Arh

NuGet Is Down. Now What?

  Using NuGet package manager brings many advantages to your development process, but also one very unfortunate side effect: additional dependency on an external service – official NuGet package source. Its uptime isn’t bad at all, but looking at the NuGet Twitter feed, we can find several notification about service interruptions in recent months.  

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Author, Manfred Moser

Using the Oracle Maven Repository with Nexus

One of the New Year presents to all Oracle Fusion Middleware user was the creation of a Maven repository by Oracle. A big problem for many application developers using the WebLogic server was dealing with the dependencies. Typically the dependencies supplied by WebLogic would be taken out of the installation and brought onto the classpath

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