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Nexus Repository 3.6.1

Nexus Repository 3.6.1 Released

Nexus Repository 3.6.1 Released

The Nexus Repository teams are pleased to announce the immediate availability of Nexus Repository 3.6.1. This release is a rollup of 70+ bug fixes and general improvements we’ve made over the last couple of months. A few highlights: Docker repositories can be searched anonymously (NEXUS-14512). Username and IP address of the person who uploaded a

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Nexus Repository: New Beta REST API for Content

There’s a secret lurking in Nexus Repository Manager, a beta REST API for accessing components. You’re probably already aware of our Provisioning API, a REST API you can use to automate the configuration of your Nexus Repository instances. Well, we’ve been busy adding REST endpoints so you can list, search, and download your components as well.

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Nexus Repository 3.5.0 Released with Yum Proxy Repository Support

Sonatype is pleased to announce the availability of Nexus Repository 3.5.0 OSS and Pro. This release adds support for Yum proxy repositories, and enhances the 2.x to 3.x upgrade process to support Firewall-enabled repositories. Yum Proxy Repository Support You have been asking for Yum support and we have listened. With release 3.5, you can now define Yum proxy repositories.

Stefan Prodan, Author

Setting up a Docker Private Registry with Authentication Using Nexus and Nginx

This article shows how you can set up a Docker Private Registry with authentication and SSL using Nexus Repository OSS. Nexus Repository OSS is a universal repository manager with support for all major package formats and types. It’s a free solution for storing and sharing Docker images and other components like NuGet or NPM packages

Author, Matthew Barker

When it Comes to Application Security, “Doing Your Homework”​ Matters

They say software is eating the world, very true, but it has become even more clear that OSS components are eating the software world. This amazing revolution is driving unimagined gains in innovation and efficiency in our ability to deliver software. Think Uber, here is a new leader in the transportation industry without owning a

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Improving Build Time of Java Builds on OpenShift

Improving Build Time of Java Builds on OpenShift Since we released OpenShift 3 back in July 2015, one of the most common questions I get from developers is how to get better build time for Java based builds. In this post, I will guide you through the process of speeding up Java Maven based builds,

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CI/CD with OpenShift

Releasing software frequently to users is usually a time-consuming and painful process. Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) can help organizations to become more agile by automating and streamlining the steps involved in going from an idea, change in the market or business requirement to the delivered product to the customer. Jenkins has been a

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Using Nexus 3 as Your Repository – Part 1: Maven Artifacts

This article is the first in a three part series by one of our community advocates, Rafael Eyng. You can follow his work at CodeHeaven.io Installation Install it with docker: docker run -d -p 8081:8081 -p 8082:8082 -p 8083:8083 –name my-nexus sonatype/nexus3:3.0.0 We are mapping all of those ports (8081-8083) because of the next posts

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