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Greg Anderson, OWASP 2017

Expanding Community Engagement at OWASP w/ Greg Anderson [Podcast]

Expanding Community Engagement at OWASP w/ Greg Anderson [Podcast]

Newly elected to the OWASP board, Greg Anderson is interested in how to expand the OWASP community. I talked with him about what he hopes to accomplish in his tenure on the board, the first initiatives he would like to implement and on various ideas for working with OWASP chapters, projects and events. About Greg

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Cleanup old Docker images from Nexus Repository

Many of us, are using Nexus as a repository to publish Docker Images. Typically we build images tagged with the commit hash (or using semver ideally) after SCM change automatically in CI and we push them to registry. As result there are many “unneeded” & “old” images that in our case take significant amount of disk space.     I looked around the graphical interface of Nexus and

Rene Van Osnabrugge

Setting up Sonatype Nexus 3 as your Windows Docker Container Registry

My customer uses Sonatype Nexus as their artifact repository for all kinds of packages and also for Docker Containers. Since there are a few Microsoft .Net teams are moving towards Docker, the need for Docker containers arose as well. So we created a Windows Base container and tried to push this to the Nexus repository.

Michael Prescott: Nexus Repository with Yum Support

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.

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AppSec EU 2017, Belfast – Keynote Preview with Jaya Baloo

“Why does OWASP even exist? Why do we even have this idea of understanding common issues, common problems. There are resources to help us do it better next time. I feel we are not learning at the curve where we should be, considering the resources available to us.” — Jaya Baloo As CISO of KPN,

Bryan Varner - Using Nexus OSS

Gitflow, Maven, and CI Done Right: Part 2 – Bitbucket Server, Jenkins, and Nexus OSS

Welcome to Part 2 of an ongoing series on the gitflow-helper-maven-plugin, and how to leverage it to simplify your CI configuration, artifact management, and deployment solution. (Part 1 can be found here.) Once again I’m going to be terse, and try to provide you with a bare-bones, step by step recipe to get going quickly

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Sonatype Nexus 2.x: Using the REST API to Clean-up Your Repository

Sonatype provides Nexus. An extensive artifact Repository Manager. It can hold large amounts of stored artifacts and still requests get processed quickly. Also it has an extensive easy to use API which is a definite asset. When a project has been running for a longer period (say years), the repository often gets filled with large

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, Derek Weeks

System Hardening with Ansible

The DevOps pipeline is constantly changing. Therefore relevant security controls must be applied contextually. We want to be secure, but I think all of us would rather spend our time developing and deploying software. Keeping up with server updates and all of the other security tasks is like cleaning your home – you know it

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Setting up a Secure, Private Nexus Repository

What an exciting first post, I’m sure. But it’s what I’m working on, I suppose. A few things, first: We’re using an LDAP server to identify team members. LDAP and Nexus are on different domains (though, possibly, the same machine). I’m not a system admin, so this is likely going to be painful. The Plan

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