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Michael Prescott: Nexus Repository with Yum Support

Nexus Repository 3.5.0 Released with Yum Proxy Repository Support

Nexus Repository 3.5.0 Released with Yum Proxy Repository Support

Sonatype is pleased to announce the availability of Nexus Repository 3.5.0 OSS and Pro. This release adds support for Yum proxy repositories, and enhances the 2.x to 3.x upgrade process to support Firewall-enabled repositories. Yum Proxy Repository Support You have been asking for Yum support and we have listened. With release 3.5, you can now define Yum proxy repositories.

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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

Jenkins and Nexus

Using Jenkins with Nexus Repository Manager [4 Videos]

In our continuing series of videos, “Tips from the Trenches“, we have four sessions on using Nexus with Jenkins. We also have a set on Hudson with Nexus, Atlassian Bamboo with Nexus and setting up Docker repositories with Nexus. All 30 videos in the series are available for members of TheNEXUS Community. We are making

Nexus and Docker

Premium Private Registry for Docker

Before rolling Docker into production, users are demanding access to private registries to securely store and manage their Docker images. With private repositories, you can provide secure, role-based access controls and have a clean chain of custody to ensure what you build is what you deploy. Watch as Chris Riley, DevOps analyst at Fixate and

Author, Mark Miller

Artifact Listener: New Update Pushed

Guillaume Smet has created an innovative solution for notification of new releases on the Central Repository. It’s called Artifact Listener.  When I spoke with him about it last week, he said he had just pushed a new release and would like people to come and try it out. Here’s his description of the project. Artifact

Author, Scott Alexander-Bown

How to Publish Your Open Source Library to Maven Central

by Scott Alexander-Bown Introduction Have you created a great (or at least useful) Java/Android open source project that you want to enable other developers use in their projects easily? Have you wondered how to publish your library to Maven Central? then this is the article for you! One of the biggest wins when switching from Eclipse

Author, Dan Rollo

Noob Notes: A New User Perspective on the CLM Eclipse IDE Plugin

After spending some time with the Sonatype CLM plugin for Eclipse, I found myself using a number of features outside the normal security and license policy tools, and instead using the features for general development tasks. These features, which I’ll discuss in detail below, include filtering the component list, using the “Website: i-button” link and

Author, Marcin Zajączkowski

Nexus Staging Plugin: Automatic Release/Promotion of Artifacts to Maven Central from Gradle

Quick tutorial on how to promote/release artifacts in a Gradle project to Maven Central, without clicking in the Nexus GUI with Gradle Nexus Staging Plugin by Marcin Zajączkowski Introduction Maven Central (aka The Central Repository) is (probably) the world’s largest set of open source artifacts used by Java and JVM-based projects. It was founded by the creators

Author, Rahul Somasunderam

NexusMonitor: Email alerts per artifact on Nexus

by Rahul Somasunderam At @CertifyData, we run a bunch of different build systems including maven, gradle and grails. All of them produce artifacts that can be uploaded to a maven repository. In fact we use a maven repository to deliver content to our end users. A somewhat boring part of our release process, was waiting for