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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

Author, Derek Weeks

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

Author, Matthew Barker

When it Comes to Application Security, “Doing Your Homework”​ Matters

They say software is eating the world, very true, but it has become even more clear that OSS components are eating the software world. This amazing revolution is driving unimagined gains in innovation and efficiency in our ability to deliver software. Think Uber, here is a new leader in the transportation industry without owning a

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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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Running the Nexus 3 Docker Container with SSL

Better write this down while it’s fresh. The container itself does not run with SSL, so you have to use a reverse proxy to do that for you. Here’s how to do it… Create a Docker Network We’ll use this to allow our Nexus container to talk to our NGINX SSL Proxy container. docker network

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The Containers and I – Part Two

For clarification upfront: The “I” stands for Intershop and with that series of articles I want to elaborate a little bit on our recent adventures into the latest and biggest hype within the IT scene, which undoubtedly is Docker, the most successful containerization approach yet known. In this second part I’m going to show you,

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