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      development process.

      Procurement
      -The ease with which todays developer can add a dependency on a new open source library
      +The ease with which today's developer can add a dependency on a new open source library
      and download this library from a Central repository has a downside. Organizations large and
      -small are constantly wondering what open source libraries are being used in applications and
      +small are constantly wondering what open source libraries are being used in applications, and
      whether these libraries have acceptable open source licenses for distribution. The Procurement
      features of Nexus Professional give architects and management more oversight over the artifacts
      which are allowed into an organization. Using the Procurement features, a Nexus administrator
      or Procurement manager can allow or deny specific artifacts by group, version, or path. You
      -can use the procurement manager as a firewall between your own organizations development
      +can use the procurement manager as a firewall between your own organization's development
      environment and the 95,000 artifacts available on the Central Maven repository.

      Enterprise Security
      -Nexus Professionals LDAP integration allows an enterprise to map existing LDAP groups to
      +Nexus Professional's LDAP integration allows an enterprise to map existing LDAP groups to
      Nexus roles and provides Nexus administrators with a highly configurable interface to control
      which individuals or groups have access to a fine-grained set of Nexus permissions.

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      production release, Nexus Professional can isolate the artifacts involved in a release in a staged
      repository which can then be certified and tested. A manager or a quality assurance tester can then
      promote or discard a release. The staging feature allows you to specify the individuals that are
      -allowed to promote a release and keeps an audit of who was responsible for testing, promoting,
      +allowed to promote a release, and keeps an audit of who was responsible for testing, promoting,
      or discarding a software release.

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          • Assignee:
            Tim O'Brien
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            Tim O'Brien
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            Tim O'Brien
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