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Summary – Lesson 1

The Breaking Changes capability arms you with the ability to see the future. Future-seeing, you can then make sound development decisions based on the level of effort involved in upgrading incompatible code.  As a result of your learnings, you should now be able to: Describe how ADP identifies when incompatible code is introduced in the …

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Summary – Lesson 1

We walked you through a typical what it’s like in the day of the life of the developer scenario and pointed out how you can become the strongest link in your supply chain using Nexus Lifecycle, while reducing the time to innovation and mitigate risk so that you can ship quickly. You have completed Lesson …

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Summary – Lesson 1

You have completed Lesson 1. You are now able to: Articulate the ways to create new users. Describe various ways to manage users. Describe how to create LDAP connections and LDAP user groups.

Summary – Lesson 1

You have completed Lesson 1.  You are now able to: Explain the functions of a repository manager. Differentiate between a repository and a repository manager. Describe the importance of a repository manager in modern software development.  Determine current and future software supply chain goals and the role that Nexus Repository Manager 3 (NXRM3) will fill in your …

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You have completed Lesson 1.  You are now able to: Define DevSecOps, an extension of DevOps, which includes “pushing quality closer to the source” and “shifting security left” in the software development lifecycle (SDLC). Explain one cultural reason why DevSecOps principles may not always be easy to put into practice. List three practices that organizations …

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You have completed Lesson 1.  You are now able to: Download the latest version of NXRM. Unpack the archive and start the NXRM. Sign in and complete the setup wizard to update security defaults. Sign out and shut down the repository.

Summary – Lesson 1

You have completed Lesson 1.  You should now able to: Describe OSS licenses. List four reasons why you should care about OSS licenses. Define two categories of licenses (permissive and copyleft). Define three risks associated with use of OSS licenses. Next up, Lesson 2 will explore the four most important questions you need to know the answers to related to …

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