Nexus is a repository manager that allows you to proxy, collect, and manage your dependencies to avoid constant juggling b/w collection of JARs. It makes it easy to distribute your software.
World’s #1 Repository Manager
- Single source of truth for all of your components, binaries, and build artifacts
- Efficiently distribute parts and containers to developers
- Deployed at more than 100,000 organizations globally
Universal Support for All Popular Build Tools
- Store and distribute Maven/Java, npm, NuGet, Helm, Docker, P2, OBR, APT, GO, R, Conan components and more.
- Manage components from dev through delivery: binaries, containers, assemblies, and finished goods.
- Advanced support for the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) ecosystem, including Gradle, Ant, Maven, and Ivy.
- Compatible with popular tools like Eclipse, IntelliJ, Hudson, Jenkins, Puppet, Chef, Docker, and more.
Enterprise Control of Binaries and Build Artifacts
- Deliver innovation 24x7x365 with high availability.
- A single source of truth for components used across your entire software development lifecycle including QA, staging, and operations.
- Easily integrate with existing user and access provisioning systems including LDAP, Atlassian Crowd, and more.
- SAML/SSO authentication for enhanced security and single sign-on experience
See the Health of Your Software Supply Chain
- Repository Health Check (RHC) provides up-to-date component intelligence, so your teams make informed decisions early on.
- View components in need of remediation, prioritized by the severity of vulnerability.
- Easily avoid known security and license issues for Maven/Java, npm, NuGet, and PyPI components.
- Start using RHC today.
Modern Features for Continuous Innovation
- Deploy directly to a desired repository with your choice of build or deployment tool or directly via HTTP.
- Stage and manage releases with dedicated security and automated rule validation.
- Enhanced staging provides streamlined oversight and approval of workflows for release candidates.
- Share binaries, snapshots and releases between groups of developers or post a collection of related, staged artifacts which can be easily tested, promoted, or discarded.