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and Nexus Lifecycle

Creating the future of precision healthcare
with Nexus Lifecycle

Genome.One and Nexus IQ Server



  • No localized repository to manage open source components
  • "Painstaking" exercise of manually running license checks
  • Lack of visibility into deployed components
  • Inability to trace vulnerable component dependencies


  • Nexus Repository
  • Nexus IQ Server
  • Continuous Integration Pipeline Loop with Puppet and AWS


  • Localized management of open source components
  • Automated enforcement of licensing policies and governance
  • Ability to track and monitor deployed components
  • Visibility of dependency trees for open source components
"We are dealing with patient data and healthcare data. Security comes above everything. The fact that we can trace vulnerabilities and their dependencies with Nexus Lifecycle alleviates this from our list of things do."

Tudor Groza, Chief Technology Officer, Genome.One
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