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The Nexus Exchange: 30 New Integrations from the Community

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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CI/CD with OpenShift

Releasing software frequently to users is usually a time-consuming and painful process. Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) can help organizations to become more agile by automating and streamlining the steps involved in going from an idea, change in the market or business requirement to the delivered product to the customer. Jenkins has been a

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Achieving CI/CD with Kubernetes

Hola amigos !!(In English – Hello Friends !!) Hope you are having a jolly good day ! Continuous Integration/Delivery is best said in terms of Martin Fowler, according to him it can be defined as, “Continuous Integration is a software development practice where members of a team integrate their work frequently, usually each person integrates

Introducing the Nexus Jenkins Plugin

Automated Publishing As a long time Java developer, I’ve always depended on the Maven build process to automatically publish my artifacts to a Nexus Repository Manager.  This automated process was made possible thanks to some very useful plugins — specifically, the Maven plugin for Nexus staging and the Maven Deploy plugin.  Both made publishing of

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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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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

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Gitflow, Maven, and CI Done Right: Part 1 – Teaching Maven New Tricks

A Note from Bryan Varner: Hi, I’m Bryan. This is my first blog post from E-gineering. I want it to be memorable. I want it to be epic. I want it to be informative. I want to convey how much time I’ve spent over the years looking for an elegant and functional method of creating a

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Impressions from DevOpsDays Vancouver 2016

DevOpsDays are always a great event for a geek to attend. You get to chat to fellow hackers and coders and therefore people, who actually understand what you are talking about. The vibe that results from these conversations is always amazing. Presenting is definitely a challenge, but great if you can pull it off. Let’s

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