Nexus Blob store and its types

Nexus Repository Manager helps to create a repository for your organization where you store application artifacts and you can use it as a proxy for public repositories. t supports various formats, such as Maven, APT, and Go In this article, we will see what is Nexus blob store and what are the available types in Nexus Repository Manager. Nexus Blob Nexus Blob is the storage place linked to repository where the repository data are saved. By default, nexus uses the local file system as the blob store. The sonartype-work directory…

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Nexus repository as a docker registry

Nexus is a repository manager that helps to collect, proxy, and manage your dependencies in one place. This is a place where you can keep all your artifacts such as libraries, dependencies, etc. To be more clear lets you are developing an application and you have to create a custom Jar module where you want all your developers to use the same for the rest of the module development. If you don’t want other developers to develop the same jar on their own, you publish this kind of dependencies to…

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how to configure LDAP for the nexus repository manager

Hi all, this document deals with how to configure LDAP for the nexus repository manager. Nexus is a repository manager. It allows you to proxy, collect, and manage your dependencies so that you are not constantly juggling a collection of JARs. It makes it easy to distribute your software. Internally, you configure your build to publish artifacts to Nexus and they then become available to other developers. There are certain needs in an organization wish to enable common authentication for their daily used application rather than having a different password…

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