Block Harmful Open-source Code

By CIOReview | Friday, April 22, 2016
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Wayne Jackson, CEO, Sonatype

Wayne Jackson, CEO, Sonatype

FREMONT, CA: Deployment of open source software is increasing tremendously, accelerating security risks. Sonatype, developers of software supply chain automation, unveils the latest version of Nexus Repository Manager to provide quality control for software components, by blocking harmful open-source code.

The latest version of Nexus Repository Manager has built-in component intelligence to automatically identify the unhealthy parts of the software supply chain, ensuring continuous delivery, quality and consistency. “Our Repository Manager is revolutionizing the distribution, automation, and integration of components across the supply chain, making DevOps practices even faster,” says Wayne Jackson, CEO, Sonatype.

The latest version of Nexus Repository offers free support for Java, npm, PyPl, Bower, RubyGems, and NuGet components to accelerate development, efficiency and quality of the software.  It is now one of the most popular among the software component ecosystems, serving about 10 million developers by reducing their code exposures in the open platform.