Free On-Demand Training – Nexus with Jenkins, Hudson and Atlassian Bamboo

Atlassian Bamboo, Hudson and Jenkins

Today we continue our series of on-demand training videos with a simple introduction to the DevOps concept of “continuous everything” followed by specific examples of how Nexus works with other pieces of the software supply chain, such as Jenkins, Hudson and Atlassian Bamboo.

We start with the first steps to get your builds using Nexus as the components source. This will allow you to rely on the performance of Nexus within your network. With this configuration, your builds are not wasting time looking for components in a number of external repositories and then downloading them again and again. In order to show Nexus at the heart of a basic CI process, we are providing the following step-by-step examples.

  • Nexus at the Heart of Continuous*
  • Accessing Components from Nexus in Jenkins – Part 1
  • Accessing Components from Nexus in Jenkins – Part 2
  • Accessing Components from Nexus in Hudson- Part 1
  • Accessing Components from Nexus in Hudson – Part 2
  • Accessing Components from Nexus in Atlassian Bamboo

TheNEXUS Community members have immediate access to this set of modules in the “Tips from the Trenches” series. Scroll to the bottom of that gallery to find the latest videos.

If you are not a member of the community, please join us and you too will have immediate assess to this series, along with others such as “The Nexus 2 Minute Challenge“, “Nexus Professional and Smart Proxy” and “Empowering Release with the Nexus Staging Suite“.

To get you started, here’s the first video in the Heart of Continuous* series. Join the community to have access to the other 20 modules in the series.

 

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Manfred Moser

Manfred Moser is trainer, author and community advocate at Sonatype working on efforts around the Nexus Repository Manager, the Nexus IQ Server and the Central Repository. He is a regular speaker at conference such as JavaOne, AnDevCon, OSCON and others.. Fluent in both German and English, he also speaks and writes Java and a bunch of other programming languages and uses these skills as committer and project lead on a number of open source projects such as the Android Maven Plugin. The open source community and open source software has been a passion of his for well over a decade and he is sure it will be for a few more decades. Manfred can be found on most social channels, including Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+.
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