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Gitflow, Maven, and CI Done Right: Part 2 – Bitbucket Server, Jenkins, and Nexus OSS

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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DevOps Tutorial (Part 3): Artifact Management

This DevOps Tutorial is Part 3 of my series on Java Project Versioning. Check out the other articles: DevOps Tutorial (Part 1): Introduction to Project Versioning with Maven DevOps Tutorial (Part 2): Use Maven Release Plugin to Manage Versions DevOps Tutorial (Part 4): Continuous Integration DevOps Tutorial (Part 5): Parallel Deployment Now that your build pipeline consistently versions your

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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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

Author, Dan Rollo

Noob Notes: A New User Perspective on the CLM Eclipse IDE Plugin

After spending some time with the Sonatype CLM plugin for Eclipse, I found myself using a number of features outside the normal security and license policy tools, and instead using the features for general development tasks. These features, which I’ll discuss in detail below, include filtering the component list, using the “Website: i-button” link and

Author, Manfred Moser

Rubyists Rejoice – Nexus Supports RubyGem Repositories

We have done it again! Our Nexus development team has been busy this fall.  With Nexus 2.9 in September, we introduced NuGet support for Nexus Open Source.  In October Nexus 2.10 introduced npm support for all Nexus editions.  And now with Nexus 2.11, we are adding Ruby Gem Repository support! We are happy to announce that Nexus 2.11 adds

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