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How To Install Latest Sonatype Nexus 3 On Linux

How To Install Latest Sonatype Nexus 3 On Linux

Sonatype Nexus is one of the best repository managers out there. It is some tool that you cannot avoid in your CI/CD pipeline. It effectively manages deployable artifacts. Sonatype Nexus 3 On Linux Ec2 This article guides you to install and configure Sonatype Nexus 3 in a secure way on an ec2 Linux System. Note:

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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 Repository OSS 3.0.2 Release

The Nexus team is pleased to announce Nexus Repository OSS 3.0.2. We’re rolling out support for two popular formats: PyPI and RubyGems, in addition to a raft of bug fixes. This brings the family of freely available formats in Nexus Repository 3 to eight: Bower, Docker, Maven 2, npm, NuGet, PyPI, ‘Raw’ site repositories, and

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Upgrade Nexus Repository Manager 2 to 3: Get Early Access

A Double Dose Of Sonatype Awesomeness: Get Early Access, Test Out Upgrade! After a bunch of fun (and midnight oil) behind the scenes, we’ve hit a point where we want to invite a limited group of users to upgrade Nexus Repository Manager 2 to 3, early. Who Me? Yes you! But who are you? Well,

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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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Using Nexus 3 as a Private Docker Registry

For a long time I was planning to use Docker at my company bitExpert AG but realized that if we wanted to make use of Docker we needed a private registry to store (and share) the different containers needed for our projects. Unfortunately most Docker registry implementations I came across are rather simple and thus

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Integration with Nexus Repository 3

Nexus Repository supports new repository formats such as Docker and Bower and introduces a fresh, clean user interface among other advantages. Adopting or upgrading repository manager often means that you need to update the configuration for your build tools and our documentation covers all aspects of that. Beyond that you might want to integrate the

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Migrating to Nexus Repository 3 – Easy Peasy

Nexus Repository Manager 3 is released and available to everyone as the free OSS distribution. With the increased support for different repository formats and numerous other advantages, we’ve got thousands of new users adopting it. Users of Nexus Repository Manager 2 might be interested to know how to upgrade and take advantage of the new version. Of course

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Uploading Artifacts into Nexus Repository via PowerShell

It may not be the most common thing, however it may happen that you need to upload an artifact to a maven repository in Nexus via PowerShell. In order to achieve that, we will use Nexus REST API which for this task requires a multipart/form-data POST to /service/local/artifact/maven/content resource. This is however not a trivial

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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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