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Introducing the Nexus Jenkins Plugin

Introducing the Nexus Jenkins Plugin

Automated Publishing As a long time Java developer, I’ve always depended on the Maven build process to automatically publish my artifacts to a Nexus Repository Manager.  This automated process was made possible thanks to some very useful plugins — specifically, the Maven plugin for Nexus staging and the Maven Deploy plugin.  Both made publishing of

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Use Nexus Repository Manager OSS as Nuget Server – Part 03

.   Editor’s Note: This is a three part series by Mario Majčica. In Part 01, Mario walks through the setup of Nexus as a NuGet Proxy. In Part 02, he examines other considerations (Proxy, License and Vulnerability Tracking, Maintenance, Support and Documentation). Included in Part 02 is how to use Visual Studio to manage packages.

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Use Nexus Repository Manager OSS as Nuget Server – Part 02

Editor’s Note: This is a three part series by Mario Majčica. In Part 01, Mario walks through the setup of Nexus as a NuGet Proxy. In Part 02, he examines other considerations (Proxy, License and Vulnerability Tracking, Maintenance, Support and Documentation). Included in Part 02 is how to use Visual Studio to manage packages. In Part

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Use Nexus Repository Manager OSS as Nuget Server – Part 01

Editor’s Note: This is a three part series by Mario Majčica. In Part 01, Mario walks through the setup of Nexus Repository Manager OSS as a NuGet Server. In Part 02, he examines other considerations (Proxy, License and Vulnerability Tracking, Maintenance, Support and Documentation). Included in Part 02 is how to use Visual Studio to manage

Marcel de Vries

License and Vulnerability Tracking for NuGet Packages with Nexus Lifecycle

At the Microsoft MVP Summit in Seattle, Danijel Malik from SSW TV talked with Marcel de Vries on using Nexus Lifecycle (formerly CLM) to manage licensing and vulnerability tracking for NuGet packages.  (Video embedded below.) Marcel first walks through how proxy works and then demonstrates the use  of the dashboard  in Nexus Lifecycle to expose and

Author, Manfred Moser

Nexus OSS Meets NuGet

The NuGet package manager has become the standard for developing software on the Microsoft platform which includes.NET and the NuGet Gallery that has emerged as a large public open source package repository. Sonatype Nexus, on the other hand, is the standard repository or component manager software running on servers from small open source projects and teams

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.  

Marcel de Vries

Best Practices for Using Open Source Software in the Enterprise [VIDEO]

During TechED Europe 2014 in October, Marcel de Vries presented a compelling story around best practices for using Open Source. This is a video of his entire presentation from October 31, 2014. He starts with the history of open source, how the licensing works and then moves into a practical discussion of how to use

Author, Damir Arh

NuGet and Nexus: Use a Repository Group to Consolidate Multiple Repositories

Adding NuGet repositories (both proxy and hosted) to Sonatype Nexus is easy. However, to be able to use these repositories from Visual Studio, each developer needs to add them as package sources in his own environment. As a result, you really don’t want to have too many repositories or change them too often, because it

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