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Enabling Nexus Repository Manager Analytics

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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A Dozen Reasons Why Nexus Repository 3.0 Kicks Ass

With the release of Nexus Repository Manager OSS 3.0, you might be wondering if it is worth checking out. In my opinion there is no reason not to, since it can be done easily. More importantly, there are lots of reasons to have a look: 01: Installer and archives Installing the repository is easier than

Author, Ilkka Turunen

Using the REST API in Nexus 2.x

I’ve recently received a few questions asking how the deployment of Nexus can be automated as much as is possible by using configuration management tools such as Chef, Puppet, Saltstack, Docker, etc. This is common in a scenario where you may want to set up multiple Nexuses with defined repository structures and pre-installed license keys.

Author, Maarten Smeets

Retrieve Artifacts from Nexus Using the REST API or Apache Ivy

By Maarten Smeets Sonatype Nexus is an often used artifact repository. In a previous article I have shown an example of how Maven can be used to assemble and release artifacts to Nexus. In this post I will describe two ways of fetching artifacts from the Nexus repository; by using the REST API and by using Apache

Author, Peter Lynch

Learn the Nexus REST API: Automating Sonatype Nexus

Like any modern web application, Nexus exposes REST based endpoints to exchange information over HTTP. If you see information in the Nexus user interface or notice a task performed using one of our Apache Maven plugins or Apache Ant tasks, then repeating the action with an automation tool that you write yourself is possible. In

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