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Course Summary Demo and Test Course – Private

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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Congratulations!You have completed this course.  You are now able to: Recognize the roles and functions of a repository manager. Describe what components and formats are in Nexus Repository Manager and which formats are supported. Identify the different repository types used in Nexus Repository Manager. Complete an organizational repository planning checklist. Resources Need more help? We have you …

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Congratulations! You’re on your way with IQ Server. 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 IQ-Specific Help Getting Started with IQ Server IQ Server Help Page IQ Server Integrations What’s Next? Take the courses in the IQ curriculum, starting …

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Congratulations!You have completed this course.  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 why DevSecOps is relevant for all modern software development organizations. List three ways legacy security processes can produce unintended outcomes for …

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Congratulations! You have successfully mastered the tasks required to perform a local install of NXRM3 OSS. This includes downloading, setting up, and testing a sample application that pulls components from a public repository (all locally.) For the purpose of this module, we used the example of NXRM3 OSS, proxying Maven components, hosting local components, and creating …

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Congratulations!You have completed this course.  You are now able to: Increase your awareness of Open Source Software (OSS) licenses. Explain why licenses are important to you when using OSS. Identify some of the risks if you are unaware of OSS license requirements. Explain how Sonatype’s Nexus Lifecycle can help you. Have a look at the course …

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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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Congratulations!You have completed this course.  You are now able to: Describe the impact of making better component choices earlier in the SDLC Describe how Nexus IQ IDE Integration fits into the Sonatype Platform Determine the right place and time to introduce developer tooling into your DevSecOps process Articulate the differences between an IDE Integration analysis and …

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Summary – Lesson 4

You have completed Lesson 3.  You are now able to: Articulate the definition of a policy Evaluate an application Decide when remediation is required

Summary – Lesson 3

You have completed Lesson 3.  You are now able to:  Identify the players in Nexus IQ process Describe where you fit in to the Nexus IQ process List all of the people that are responsible for security