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Using Nexus 3 as Your Repository – Part 2: Npm Packages

Using Nexus 3 as Your Repository – Part 2: Npm Packages

This is the second part of a series of posts on Nexus 3 and how to use it as repository for several technologies. Also available is “Part 1, Maven Artifacts” by Rafael Eyng. npm install can take too long sometimes, so it might be a good idea to have a proxy in your own network.

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Using Nexus 3 as Your Repository – Part 1: Maven Artifacts

This article is the first in a three part series by one of our community advocates, Rafael Eyng. You can follow his work at CodeHeaven.io Installation Install it with docker: docker run -d -p 8081:8081 -p 8082:8082 -p 8083:8083 –name my-nexus sonatype/nexus3:3.0.0 We are mapping all of those ports (8081-8083) because of the next posts

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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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Nexus Build Extension for Team Services

We are pleased to announce the new Integrate with Sonatype Nexus extension available from the Visual Studio Marketplace for Team Services and Team Foundation Server (TFS). This extension adds a build task which makes it easy to upload your build artifacts to your Nexus Server as part of your Team Services or Team Foundation Server (TFS) build.  This is especially

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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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Tame The Ruby Colored Snake: Python + RubyGems + Repository Manager OSS Early Access

UPDATE: September 8, 2016, from Joe Tom Interested parties, for your awareness: Because Sonatype is releasing version 3.0.2 very soon (as soon as mid-September 2016) which includes PyPI and RubyGems support, we are no longer releasing early access. However, please keep an eye on out for announcements about the 3.0.2 release which has both of these

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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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Implementing a DevOps Strategy Across Multiple Locations and Product Teams

Over the last 18 months, a change has begun within the Ticketmaster International Team. Barriers are being broken down between the engineering and operational teams, our different product delivery teams are being aligned and knowledge sharing across teams is happening more and more. What’s changed? We developed a strategy based around DevOps to create a

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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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