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The Next Generation of Nexus Users and Programmers

Like so many other people at Sonatype looking after Nexus and Nexus Lifecycle, I work from home in order to be there for my kids as much as possible. Raising little geeks is a lot of fun and last weekend I successfully took it to a level beyond Lego, boardgames and Magic: The Gathering. Since

Extensions and Plugins

Author, Ilkka Turunen

Automating Nexus Deployment: Cookbooks, Modules and Playbooks

The first article in this two part series, Automating Nexus Management: Using the REST API in Nexus 2.x, examined the resources available for developers who want to use the Nexus 2.x REST API. In this installment we’ll focus on how to deploy Nexus itself using various cookbooks and modules for provisioning tools. Are there any

The Q&A Corner

Author, Ilkka Turunen

Automating Nexus Deployment: Cookbooks, Modules and Playbooks

The first article in this two part series, Automating Nexus Management: Using the REST API in Nexus 2.x, examined the resources available for developers who want to use the Nexus 2.x REST API. In this installment we’ll focus on how to deploy Nexus itself using various cookbooks and modules for provisioning tools. Are there any

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

Author, Ilkka Turunen

Using the REST API in Nexus 2.x

I’ve recently received a few questions asking how the deployment of Nexus can be automated as much as is possible by using configuration management tools such as Chef, Puppet, Saltstack, Docker, etc. This is common in a scenario where you may want to set up multiple Nexuses with defined repository structures and pre-installed license keys.

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

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