New in Nexus Repository 3.24: Storage Optimization at Scale and NuGet V3 Hosted

We are excited to announce the official release of Nexus Repository 3.24. This release focuses on two initiatives from the Nexus Repository product teams – enterprise administration capabilities and frictionless ecosystem support. Continuing on our core principles for delivering the most robust, universal binary repository manager to Nexus users, this release completes two important milestones for repository component management and extended format support.

Export for Raw and Maven Formats (Pro Only)
The number of teams and developers using Nexus Repository to manage the flow of binaries and build artifacts through their software supply chain continues to grow. As organizations increase their usage of open source projects, the tougher it becomes to manage the actual content within all of these repositories, especially across a diverse range of different languages and formats.

Export for Raw and Maven formats (Nexus Repository Pro only) enables customers to export Raw and Maven contents from any repository to a target folder. The exports can then be imported into another repository of the same instance, or a totally different instance. This is a great way to migrate content between two or more Nexus Repository Manager Pro 3 installations.

There are many reasons that customers need to perform one time moves of content between repositories and instances to help manage their environments. Large organizations need a way to:

  • Consolidate multiple Nexus Repository 3 instances into a single instance
  • Move content from a connected environment to a disconnected environment (Air Gap Environment)
  • Manage large terabytes of data from different repository components

Export for Raw and Maven formats can be used with Import functionality from Nexus Repository 3.23 release. Customers will be able to execute the new Import/Export tasks to solve the pain points above for Raw and Maven formats. The final milestone for the Export initiative (Read more...)

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