Workflow Automation: Publishing Artifacts to Sonatype Nexus using Jenkins Pipelinesby@sudip-sengupta
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Workflow Automation: Publishing Artifacts to Sonatype Nexus using Jenkins Pipelines

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This guide uses Jenkins as a Continuous Integration server and Nexus as a build repository. We will use Jenkins to build, store, organize and monitor the compiled artifacts by Maven through Jenkins. The end goal of this guide is to create a flow, where we can build and organize artifacts. The guide is based on a recipe from the below-2 (hosted maven-repo-maven) recipe from as shown in the above-2 figure. Jenkins will allow you to deploy an application multiple times and use the same tool as Maven.

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