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Michael Prescott: Nexus Repository with Yum Support

Nexus Repository 3.6.0 Released

Nexus Repository 3.6.0 Released

The Repo team is pleased to announce the immediate availability of Nexus Repository 3.6.0 OSS and Pro. A summary of the highlights in this release is shown below. Please see JIRA for the complete list of changes. Docker Anonymous Support NEXUS-10813 This change makes it possible for anonymous users to be granted read-only (pull) access. It’s enabled by a

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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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The Latest Victim of Deserialization-Gate

Last week the world was hit with what can be awarded the Vulnerability Of The Day for Java – the commons-collections deserialization vulnerability. The latest victim of the continued series of vulnerabilities comes from the Spring project with an implicating class that allows the same unsafe deserialisation vector in the spring-core. What makes this issue particularly

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

Mark Kilby and Jeffry Hesse

Talking the Talk – Focus on Goals, not Best Practices (Part 2)

by Mark Kilby and Jeffry Hesse In our last blog post, we discussed how it’s better to set process goals versus best practices across teams in your organization.  We’d like to continue that thought by discussing another goal we set for our distributed teams: Talking Daily.  This goal definitely aligns with principles of the Agile

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How We Do It: Defining Work From A Distance

by Jeffry Hesse, Michael Prescott and Chris Wilper User Stories have become fairly common in Agile Software Development, so much so that they are baked into most of the modern toolsets like JIRA, Rally, etc. Teams get together, create User Stories and collaborate in real time. Sonatype’s Nexus team is not unlike other Agile teams, however:

Author, Lubos Krnac

Deploy to Maven Central Repository

Do you need to make your Java library publicly accessible? Is your project hosted on GitHub? Do you like idea of “all-in-one deploy to Maven Central Repository” button? I am going to show how to set it up with usage of maven-release-plugin. Source code is hosted on GitHub, so SSH access to source control will be

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