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Managing Java Dependencies with Nexus Lifecycle

Managing Java Dependencies with Nexus Lifecycle

A typical Java application can have hundreds of external dependencies that include proprietary libraries and others from many different sources. Tools such as Maven, make adding and managing these dependencies easy, but by themselves they aren’t very picky about what gets included in a project build. Developers and testers who are focused on rapid delivery of quality software

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Sonatype Automated Deployments with Atlassian Bitbucket Pipelines

With the release of Atlassian’s new Bitbucket Pipelines, you can now configure your project to have continuous builds performed in the cloud easily. Powered by the knowledge of Atlassian on how to run large infrastructure for tools such as Confluence and JIRA Software, Bitbucket Pipelines brings you a simple configuration for your builds, no matter

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Puppet-eering the Nexus Repository Manager

The popular configuration management tool Puppet is widely used to provision and manage myriads of servers. It can be used to install software initially, configure it and update it. Doing all that is easy since you can describe the configuration in a Ruby-based domain specific language and track any changes in your version control system

Author, Derek Weeks

Neuxs Lifecycle and Atlassian Bamboo: Improve Your Builds

Sonatype Lifecycle now provides native Atlassian Bamboo support to improve the quality of your build outputs. Sonatype provides instant analysis of open source components used in every Bamboo build and alerts development teams to any quality, license, or security issues identified.  By catching the issues during CI builds, development teams can quickly address open source

Author, Kelly Robinson

Using Atlassian Bamboo and Nexus for Continuous Integration

This is a follow up to our “factory floor” engineering webinar earlier this month Here at Sonatype we believe strongly in continuous integration of the software we build, and we depend on Bamboo to get it done. We have more than 100 Bamboo plans to build, test and release our applications, and the component libraries

Author, Manfred Moser

Tips from the Trenches: Publishing Components from Atlassian Bamboo to Nexus

This is the 23rd video in the Tips from the Trenches series where we highlight how people are using Nexus, extensions to the platform and integration with other DevOps tools in the software supply chain. Tips from the Trenches is an on-demand training series that is made available to TheNEXUS Community Project members. Take a

Author, Derek Weeks

Nexus, Continuous Delivery and Reference Architectures

Real world experiences can help when trying to visualize and determine what a reference architecture will look like for your continuous delivery or DevOps tool chain. Derek Weeks took some time out last week to find a series of slide decks and blogs from our user community that place Nexus as an integral part of

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

Author, Derek Weeks

Sonatype and Bamboo: Improving Your Builds

Sonatype now provides native Atlassian Bamboo support to improve the quality of your build outputs. Sonatype provides instant analysis of open source components used in every Bamboo build and alerts development teams to any quality, license, or security issues identified.  By catching the issues during CI builds, development teams can quickly address open source policy

Developer, Peter Leschev

Puppet Module for Sonatype Nexus

Our friends at Atlassian have created an open-sourced Puppet module to help manage the configuration of Sonatype Nexus instances. Here’s the news directly from Peter Leschev, Senior Development Team Lead: The Build Engineering team at Atlassian has been running Sonatype Nexus instances for a few years now. We use Nexus for storing our public and private artifacts on https://maven.atlassian.com/ (which receives

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