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

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

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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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Achieving CI/CD with Kubernetes

Hola amigos !!(In English – Hello Friends !!) Hope you are having a jolly good day ! Continuous Integration/Delivery is best said in terms of Martin Fowler, according to him it can be defined as, “Continuous Integration is a software development practice where members of a team integrate their work frequently, usually each person integrates

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Sonatype Nexus installation using Docker

Sonatype Nexus installation using Docker 1. Download the Docker image using following commands.. # docker pull sonatype/nexus   2. Build an image from a Nexus Dockerfile # docker build –rm –tag sonatype/nexus oss/ # docker build –rm –tag sonatype/nexus-pro pro/ (For Pro)   3. To run (if port 8081 is open on your host): #

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Running the Nexus 3 Docker Container with SSL

Better write this down while it’s fresh. The container itself does not run with SSL, so you have to use a reverse proxy to do that for you. Here’s how to do it… Create a Docker Network We’ll use this to allow our Nexus container to talk to our NGINX SSL Proxy container. docker network

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The Containers and I – Part Two

For clarification upfront: The “I” stands for Intershop and with that series of articles I want to elaborate a little bit on our recent adventures into the latest and biggest hype within the IT scene, which undoubtedly is Docker, the most successful containerization approach yet known. In this second part I’m going to show you,

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Packaging and Shipping Rails Applications in Docker

You’re very happy as a Rails developer for drinking the Docker kool-aid. You just need to toss a Docker image to your Ops team and you’re done! However, like all software projects, your Docker containers start to decay. Deployment takes days to occur as you download your gigantic Docker image to production. Everything’s on fire

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A Dozen Reasons Why Nexus Repository 3.0 Kicks Ass

With the release of Nexus Repository Manager OSS 3.0, you might be wondering if it is worth checking out. In my opinion there is no reason not to, since it can be done easily. More importantly, there are lots of reasons to have a look: 01: Installer and archives Installing the repository is easier than

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