No single tool can deliver on the promise of DevOps. Instead, it’s a collection of tools, easily integrated, tightly managed and effectively automated. Watch this webinar to learn more about our latest DevOps integrations and product enhancements.
We’ve studied the patterns and practices exhibited by high-performance organizations. We’ve also documented how these innovators are utilizing the principles of software supply chain automation to manage the massive flow and variety of open source components and consistently deliver higher quality applications for less. Hear the findings.
Applications, comprised of middleware and open source components, offer intruders a broad footprint and attack surface area. Join this webinar to learn how a leading global financial services firm is establishing a clean open source supply chain to support their software development and application security goals.
Learn how organizations like Capital One, Intuit, and FedEx rely on Nexus software supply chain tools to consume real-time component intelligence, implement automated component controls and monitor components continuously throughout the software lifecycle.
Before rolling Docker into production users are demanding access to private registries to securely store and manage their Docker images. Listen to Chris Riley, DevOps analyst at Fixate and Jeffry Hesse, Nexus product owner at Sonatype share their thoughts on the importance of having a premium private Docker registry.
Listen to the panel discussion between Dave Farley, co-author of Continuous Delivery, and Curtis Yanko and Brian Dawson, two experienced practitioners discuss best practices for securing new investments, driving process changes, and selecting tools to support Continuous Delivery and DevOps practices.
Nexus repository managers first revolutionized software builds, making them faster and more reliable. Now we are arming your repositories with supply chain intelligence and policy automation to keep the bad components out. See how you can automate open source policies at the earliest possible point - your repository manager.