Tag Archives: licensing

Author, Ilkka Turunen

How to Detect and Enforce Open Source Licenses

How to Detect and Enforce Open Source Licenses

I received this question from a client today: Right now we are using Nexus OSS. We are considering upgrading to Nexus Pro for two reasons: We need to control licences of our dependencies – with Maven it’s too easy to add dependencies We need to track updates of our dependencies Nexus Repository Health Check seems

Author, Ilkka Turunen

Healthcheck Features in Nexus Pro / Nexus Auditor

Question of the Day I’ve downloaded the Nexus Pro Trial, focusing on the procured repository function. We want to check open source components for license and security status. Can this be achieved with Nexus Pro alone? If so, what benefit is added by Nexus Audit? Answer from Ilkka Nexus Pro Both of these points can be

Marcel de Vries

License and Vulnerability Tracking for NuGet Packages with Nexus Lifecycle

At the Microsoft MVP Summit in Seattle, Danijel Malik from SSW TV talked with Marcel de Vries on using Nexus Lifecycle (formerly CLM) to manage licensing and vulnerability tracking for NuGet packages.  (Video embedded below.) Marcel first walks through how proxy works and then demonstrates the use  of the dashboard  in Nexus Lifecycle to expose and

Marcel de Vries

Best Practices for Using Open Source Software in the Enterprise [VIDEO]

During TechED Europe 2014 in October, Marcel de Vries presented a compelling story around best practices for using Open Source. This is a video of his entire presentation from October 31, 2014. He starts with the history of open source, how the licensing works and then moves into a practical discussion of how to use

Author, Mark Miller

How to Find Known Vulnerabilities in Open Source Components within your Applications

Most application scans take hours, days, possibly even a week to return results, so when we say the Application Health Check software (AHC) can display usable, actionable analysis of open source vulnerabilities, license obligations and more for your applications in a matter of minutes, I know it’s pretty hard to believe. The purpose of this video

Author, Chris Riley

Components as Process

The developer space is not boring. Over the past 10 years, as many businesses have adopted the DevOps approach to rapid, agile development for rapid software releases. Simultaneously in the last decade has witnessed a huge increase in the use of open source code, especially in the form of pre-constructed components. Whereas at the turn of

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