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2017-07-13 UX Team for Nexus

New Nexus Customer Feedback Sessions, Summer 2017

New Nexus Customer Feedback Sessions, Summer 2017

This spring we kicked off our user testing and customer feedback sessions for Nexus Repository Manager and Lifecycle. Feedback from Nexus users has been very valuable, and we appreciated getting the chance to talk with many of you! We would like to provide an early look at our future studies for July, August, and September.

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Is manual remediation with Repository Health Check as good as it gets?

If you’re a Nexus Repository admin, you understand the importance of keeping a repository healthy. We recently made a few changes to Repository Health Check (RHC) to help you in this quest. It now surfaces oft-used vulnerable components and gives the information you need to research and remediate those components. Let’s talk about what RHC

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Enabling Nexus Repository Manager Analytics

Nexus Repository Manager analytics features help you understand which features are most important, where users are experiencing issues, and what integrations/APis are actively in use. Analytics collects non-sensitive information about how your organization is using Nexus to help you understand your usage of Nexus better. Collecting Events You can collect analytics events for your own

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Bringing dependency code snippets to Nexus Repository Manager 3 (survey)

Over the last month, several of you told us that you miss this functionality in Nexus Repository Manager 3 and want it back. We hear you! Instead of just porting this functionality from Nexus Repository Manager 2, we want to go one step further. We think it should be easy to consume dependencies from every

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Sonatype Nexus 2.x: Using the REST API to Clean-up Your Repository

Sonatype provides Nexus. An extensive artifact Repository Manager. It can hold large amounts of stored artifacts and still requests get processed quickly. Also it has an extensive easy to use API which is a definite asset. When a project has been running for a longer period (say years), the repository often gets filled with large

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System Hardening with Ansible

The DevOps pipeline is constantly changing. Therefore relevant security controls must be applied contextually. We want to be secure, but I think all of us would rather spend our time developing and deploying software. Keeping up with server updates and all of the other security tasks is like cleaning your home – you know it

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Setting up a Secure, Private Nexus Repository

What an exciting first post, I’m sure. But it’s what I’m working on, I suppose. A few things, first: We’re using an LDAP server to identify team members. LDAP and Nexus are on different domains (though, possibly, the same machine). I’m not a system admin, so this is likely going to be painful. The Plan

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