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Uploading to Nexus Repository 3

Uploading to Nexus Repository 3

Uploading to Nexus Repository 3

Since Nexus Repository 3 was released, uploading components to a repository has been a job for your build tools. Most of the time, this is the right way to do things. However, there are a few situations when it’s not. You have third-party dependencies that aren’t available in a public repository. Your machine doesn’t have

Micah Horvat

How Much Value Are You Getting From Nexus Lifecycle?

As of version 1.33, IQ Server users will notice a new navigation icon in the main header. This will navigate to Success Metrics – a new, experimental feature of IQ Server. What is It? Success Metrics generates an executive report highlighting the overall policy health of your projects, and the progress you are making in

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Is manual remediation with Repository Health Check as good as it gets?

If you’re a Nexus Repository admin, you understand the importance of keeping a repository healthy. We recently made a few changes to Repository Health Check (RHC) to help you in this quest. It now surfaces oft-used vulnerable components and gives the information you need to research and remediate those components. Let’s talk about what RHC

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The Nexus Exchange: 30 New Integrations from the Community

Introducing the Nexus Exchange. Over the years, members of the Nexus Community have created interesting and useful integrations with our products.  The list of projects has grown to the point where we need a central location to manage them. Today, we launch the Nexus Exchange. You’ll find integrations with Puppet, Chef, GitHub, Jenkins, Docker and many more of your

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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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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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