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Summary – Lesson 4

In summary, the benefits of Hygiene Ratings include: Providing access to better components – Choose components from the best suppliers and ensure only the highest-quality components enter your environment with policy Enabling developer choice without sacrificing quality – Hygiene ratings allow you to create policy around OSS component quality without creating approved/banned component lists manually.  …

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Summary – Lesson 3

Like most trusty sidekicks, Release Integrity is unique in the market – only available to you in ADP.  In summary, it provides: Cleaner projects – Know how much caution to take when considering using a component and enable enforcement based on organizational level of risk tolerance Safer development environment – Blocking potentially harmful code earlier …

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Summary – Lesson 2

Congratulations! You’ve reached the end of Lesson 2. You should now be able to: Identify which vulnerabilities to fix first according to priority Recognize the link between a transitive and its direct dependencies Interpret your open source risk based on a comprehensive view into your risk profile Explain how the transitive solver automates manual work

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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Course Summary

Congratulations! You have reached the end of the course! Your ADP-provided super powers should now allow you to: Identify recommendations for incompatible code using breaking changes  Decide upon a recommended version for direct dependency which will also resolve the transitive dependencies, using the transitive solver Describe how release integrity automatically detects and block suspicious and …

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Course Summary

Congratulations!You have completed this course.  You are now able to: Objective one statement Objective two statement Objective three statement Add/Remove as needed Resources Need more help? We have you covered: community.sonatype.com for asking questions and connecting with the Nexus Community my.sonatype.com for all things Sonatype help.sonatype.com for step-by-step instructions <Product> Specific (Examples below) NXRM3 Help Page Getting Started with NXRM3 …

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Summary – Lesson 4

The approach towards architecting systems has changed the last several years and Lifecycle keeps evolving to support the new approaches and new techniques. You have completed Lesson 4.  You are now able to: Describe how the information from running scans will help you analyze your applications as they’re being built and view an accurate bill …

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Summary – Lesson 3

Sonatype has successfully been able to offer views and perspectives from different teams into a holistic view across an organization visually available in the IQ server dashboard. In the examples presented we described what having those different levels mean in a practical sense and how they help a developer. You have completed Lesson 3.  You …

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Summary – Lesson 2

Now that we’ve walked through identifying vulnerabilities early and triggering warnings by integrating dependency management directly into your DevOps tooling, you should be able to see how developers are indeed at the center of things. But using these resources lets you be very proactive so you can get back to your day-to-day work scheduling potential …

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