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Nexus Repository 3.2 Enhances Support for Backups, Docker, and Firewall

Nexus Repository 3.2 Enhances Support for Backups, Docker, and Firewall

The Nexus Repository team is pleased to announce the immediate availability of Nexus Repository Pro and OSS 3.2 just in time for the holidays. New and Noteworthy Backup & Restore.  We’ve made two improvements to Nexus Repository for a better backup/restore experience. All content written to internal storage (the ‘blob stores’) is now handled in

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Nexus Lifecycle and IntelliJ IDEA

Our roots are deeply secured to the development community at Sonatype. While Nexus products now span roles and responsibilities across an organization, we’re always looking to consider the needs of our developer tribe. We make it a point to continually add developer-focused features to our suite of products as part of this commitment. We also

Nexus IQ Server

Nexus IQ Server 1.20 Now Available

Today we’ve announced the release of Nexus IQ Server 1.20, the underlying technology that supports our Continuous Component Intelligence product line: Nexus Lifecycle, Nexus Firewall, and Nexus Auditor. While there are many changes, but I’m particularly excited about these three: performance improvements for large numbers of applications a new UI for policy configuration releasing components

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npm gate – Lessons Learned Again

The recent events in the world of JavaScript developers and npm definitely caused a storm on twitter and the internet in general. If you want to find out more around the kik package, the trademark threats, the unpublishing of the left-pad package and the resulting breakage of packages and builds everywhere, check out this recap.

Java Deserialization

Did you wake up to an alert about the Java Deserialization vulnerability?

This week I woke up to find several emails from Nexus Lifecycle indicating that the products in my portfolio were potentially vulnerable due to their inclusion of Apache commons-collection. If you have no idea what I’m talking about, stop now and go read this factual and un-sensationalized account of the situation. I’ll wait. Ok, now

Author, Ilkka Turunen

How to Detect and Enforce Open Source Licenses

I received this question from a client today: Right now we are using Nexus OSS. We are considering upgrading to Nexus Pro for two reasons: We need to control licences of our dependencies – with Maven it’s too easy to add dependencies We need to track updates of our dependencies Nexus Repository Health Check seems

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