Nexus manages software "artifacts" required for development. If you develop software, your builds can download dependencies from Nexus and can publish artifacts to Nexus creating a new way to share artifacts within an organization. While Central repository has always served as a great convenience for developers you shouldn't be hitting it directly. You should be proxying Central with Nexus and maintaining your own repositories to ensure stability within your organization. With Nexus you can completely control access to, and deployment of, every artifact in your organization from a single location.
Nexus Repository Manager Pro and Nexus Repository Manager OSS manage software components required for development, deployment, and provisioning. If you develop software, the repository manager can help you share those components with other developers and end users. It greatly simplifies the maintenance of your own internal repositories and access to external repositories. With Nexus Repository Manager Pro and Nexus Repository Manager OSS you can completely control access to, and deployment of, every component in your organization from a single location
Nexus Lifecycle Fundamentals Workshop
The Nexus Lifecycle Fundamentals workshop is designed to get your team up to speed quickly and see value immediately. This one day workshop will explore the key elements of deployment, basic policy creation, and SDLC integration giving you the foundation to deploy Nexus Lifecycle in your enterprise.
Nexus Lifecycle Policy Workshop
The Nexus Lifecycle Policy Workshop introduces the core concepts around policies that drive guidance and enforcement throughout the software lifecycle. This one-day workshop focuses on defining and configuring the rules for component management and learning best practices for continuous component governance.
Nexus Lifecycle Champion Workshop
The Nexus Lifecycle Champion Workshop provides an in-depth review of deployment strategies, policy maintenance, risk mitigation, and socializing adoption. The one-day workshop helps you determine how best to deploy Nexus Lifecycle to increase team adoption. As well as best practices for enforcing policies, resolving violations and defining risk thresholds.
Nexus Lifecycle Developer Training Class
The Nexus Lifecycle Developer training class provides the knowledge and practical instruction to get developers started. This half-day training class gets you up to speed quickly and helps you understand how component management can be a natural part of your development process. See how to analyze component risk and fix vulnerabilities early in the development lifecycle to avoid costly rework.
Nexus Repository Best Practices Training Class
The Nexus Repository Best Practices training class gives you the hands on instruction and technical know how to make the most of your Nexus Repository. Attend this class so you can start using Nexus Repository to organize, store and distribute components across your software supply chain.
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|1. Introducing Sonatype Nexus|
|2. Component Lifecycle Management and Repository Management|
|3. Installing and Running Nexus|
|4. Configuring Maven to Use Nexus|
|5. Using the Nexus User Interface|
|6. Configuring Nexus|
|7. Nexus Smart Proxy|
|8. Nexus LDAP Integration|
|9. Atlassian Crowd Support|
|10. Nexus Procurement Suite|
|11. Improved Releases with Nexus Staging|
|12. Repository Health Check|
|13. Managing Maven Settings|
|14. OSGi Bundle Repositories|
|15. P2 Repositories|
|16. .NET Package Repositories|
|17. Deploying Sites to Nexus|
|18. Nexus Best Practises/th>|
|19. Nexus Plugins|
|20. Migrating to Nexus|
|21. Configuring Nexus for SSL|
|22. Evaluating Nexus Step by Step|