Deliver healthy software all day, everyday
  • Give your development teams access to the world’s best component intelligence right inside their favorite tools.
  • Make it easy for developers to select the best software components and eliminate mistakes before they happen.
  • Create policy and manage rules for component usage powered by IQ Server.
  • Automate quality and monitor applications at every stage of your software development lifecycle.
Develop confidently with amazing component intelligence
  • Infuse your software supply chain with unique and deep component research conducted by world class experts.
  • Get always-on component intelligence about security vulnerabilities, restrictive licenses, component age, popularity and other quality characteristics.
  • Consume component intelligence in detailed reports, dashboards, or any of your favorite tools.
  • Perform component research in minutes to determine root cause of security vulnerabilities and remediate risk faster.
Eliminate mistakes before they happen
  • Know which components are healthy and which ones are not, before the first line of code is written.
  • Get notified automatically when new vulnerabilities become known.
  • Remediate vulnerabilities faster with detailed data.
  • See the big picture with information on components and any associated dependencies.
  • Access component intelligence down to the version.
Build a business case for DevSecOps with an executive dashboard
  • Executive dashboard highlights overall policy health and progress in remediating policy violations.
  • Quickly see how many policy violations were identified with Nexus Lifecycle, their criticality, and how quickly they are being resolved.
  • View Mean Time to Resolution (MTTR) by month and see how much faster issues are being resolved. 
  • Increase adoption of Nexus Lifecycle within your organization with insight into key indicators of success.
A better way to identify components
  • Traditional component matching produces false matches, so we invented a better approach. 
  • Advanced binary fingerprinting identifies all open source and proprietary components, as well as their dependencies.
  • Just in case you have proprietary components, or want to claim a component as your own, we let you customize that as well.
  • Extensive support for the most popular component formats, such as Maven/Java, npm, PyPi, and NuGet with Ruby, PHP, CocoaPods, Swift, C/C++, and others covered by Lifecycle XC.
Enforce open source policies with confidence
  • Customized policy means the power to decide which components an organization or individual teams should use.
  • Policy threat customization allows you to organize and rank policies by corresponding violations and associated risk.
  • Flexible controls allow you to decide the exact action to take at each step of the software development lifecycle.
  • Use policy to identify a range of component criteria, including but not limited to: vulnerability, license, age, popularity, and even exact coordinates.
Integrate with all your favorite tools
  • A wide range of integrations brings always-on component intelligence to development teams via tools they already use.
  • Filter component issues by applications, policies, and development stages.
  • Policy actions integrate with a variety of development tools including: Eclipse, Visual Studio, IntelliJ IDEA, Jenkins, Hudson, Bamboo, Maven, Docker, SonarQube, Nexus Repository and more.
  • Access the full set of evaluation and component intelligence features at the command line.
  • Use our full range of supported REST APIs to create custom solutions for evaluating components.
Automate every phase of software supply chain
  • Configure policy actions to automatically prevent applications from moving forward with unwanted or unapproved components.
  • Setup automated notifications when unwanted components are being used in your applications.
  • Use policy monitoring to keep a continuous and vigilant watch for new component defects, even in production applications.
  • Automate approval workflows using component labels, and stopping unapproved components at the source.