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The Containers and I – Part Two

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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Step-by-Step: Block and Quarantine Vulnerable Open Source Components and Artifacts with Nexus Firewall

We have added two more videos in the Tips from the Trenches Series free training series, explaining how to configure and use Nexus Firewall to block and quarantine open source components with known vulnerabilities. Tips from the Trenches is a 32 part, quick hit video series that is available to all members of TheNEXUS Community

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Tips from the Trenches: Publishing Components from Hudson to Nexus [VIDEO]

In the 22nd module of our on-demand training series, Tips from the Trenches, Manfred Moser shows how to publish components from Hudson to Nexus. These videos are part of our community effort, freely accessible to all members. Other modules in the series include (Members, all videos are now available. Non-members, click the live links below to view sample modules.)

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Tips from the Trenches: Publishing Components from Jenkins to Sonatype Nexus [VIDEO]

In the 21st module of our on-demand training series, Tips from the Trenches, Manfred Moser shows how to publish components from Jenkins to Nexus. These videos are part of our community effort, freely accessible to all members. Other modules in the series include Introduction Documentation Proxing Nexus with nginx Node.js and NPM Registries with Nexus

Author, Manfred Moser

Free On-Demand Training – Nexus with Jenkins, Hudson and Atlassian Bamboo

Today we continue our series of on-demand training videos with a simple introduction to the DevOps concept of “continuous everything” followed by specific examples of how Nexus works with other pieces of the software supply chain, such as Jenkins, Hudson and Atlassian Bamboo. We start with the first steps to get your builds using Nexus as

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Improved Minecraft Forge Modding with Nexus – Part 2

When we looked at improving Minecraft Forge modding with Nexus and making it transportable last time, we got a nicely working setup going. It did however have a small shortcoming – not all repositories used were proxied by Nexus. The repository from the Minecraft Forge Project available at http://files.minecraftforge.net/maven/ was still accessed directly. This kept

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Migrating from Artifactory, Archiva or a Raw Maven Repository to Sonatype Nexus

There are many reasons to migrate to Sonatype Nexus. You might still be using jar files checked into your version control system as part of your build. Or maybe you are sharing a Maven repository from a CI server via a fileshare. Or you run Apache httpd on top of it. If you are lucky

Author, Manfred Moser

Using the Oracle Maven Repository with Nexus

One of the New Year presents to all Oracle Fusion Middleware user was the creation of a Maven repository by Oracle. A big problem for many application developers using the WebLogic server was dealing with the dependencies. Typically the dependencies supplied by WebLogic would be taken out of the installation and brought onto the classpath

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Improved Minecraft Forge Modding with Nexus

Like so many other geek dads out there, I have become engulfed in Minecraft. I play Minecraft with my boys and run a little server at home. I read Minecraft books as good night stories, create paper folding Minecraft figures and we had a themed birthday party. We even made our own Minecraft T-shirts. Don’t

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