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

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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Improving Build Time of Java Builds on OpenShift

Improving Build Time of Java Builds on OpenShift Since we released OpenShift 3 back in July 2015, one of the most common questions I get from developers is how to get better build time for Java based builds. In this post, I will guide you through the process of speeding up Java Maven based builds,

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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

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Tame The Ruby Colored Snake: Python + RubyGems + Repository Manager OSS Early Access

UPDATE: September 8, 2016, from Joe Tom Interested parties, for your awareness: Because Sonatype is releasing version 3.0.2 very soon (as soon as mid-September 2016) which includes PyPI and RubyGems support, we are no longer releasing early access. However, please keep an eye on out for announcements about the 3.0.2 release which has both of these

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Use Nexus Repository Manager OSS as Nuget Server – Part 02

Editor’s Note: This is a three part series by Mario Majčica. In Part 01, Mario walks through the setup of Nexus as a NuGet Proxy. In Part 02, he examines other considerations (Proxy, License and Vulnerability Tracking, Maintenance, Support and Documentation). Included in Part 02 is how to use Visual Studio to manage packages. In Part

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Use Nexus Repository Manager OSS as Nuget Server – Part 01

Editor’s Note: This is a three part series by Mario Majčica. In Part 01, Mario walks through the setup of Nexus Repository Manager OSS as a NuGet Server. In Part 02, he examines other considerations (Proxy, License and Vulnerability Tracking, Maintenance, Support and Documentation). Included in Part 02 is how to use Visual Studio to manage

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Ground Control To Nexus Users: Nexus Repository Manager 3 Milestone 7 Release

“This is Major Tom to Ground Control. I’m stepping through the door…” This release is in remembrance of David Bowie. The final milestone is here, and we are pleased to announce Nexus Repository Manager 3 Milestone 7 has “made the grade” and it’s ready to release! It’s time to engage your engines and blast off

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Using Jenkins with Nexus Repository Manager [4 Videos]

In our continuing series of videos, “Tips from the Trenches“, we have four sessions on using Nexus with Jenkins. We also have a set on Hudson with Nexus, Atlassian Bamboo with Nexus and setting up Docker repositories with Nexus. All 30 videos in the series are available for members of TheNEXUS Community. We are making

Author, Manfred Moser

Nexus OSS Meets NuGet

The NuGet package manager has become the standard for developing software on the Microsoft platform which includes.NET and the NuGet Gallery that has emerged as a large public open source package repository. Sonatype Nexus, on the other hand, is the standard repository or component manager software running on servers from small open source projects and teams

Author, Arun Gupta

Setup Local Nexus Repository and Deploy WAR File from Maven

by Arun Gupta (originally published on Miles to go 2.0) Maven Central serves as the central repository manager where binary artifacts are uploaded by different teams/companies/individuals and shared with rest of the world. Much like github, and other source code repositories, which are very effective for source code control, these repository managers also act as a

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