IQ Server Integrations
There are several integrations for IQ Server available from the Sonatype team. The table below provides a brief introduction of our plugins and provides links to additional information in our Nexus Integrations space.
|IDEA||IQ for IDEA provides component analysis for both the Community and Ultimate edition of IntelliJ IDEA.|
|Eclipse||IQ for Eclipse plugin lets you perform component analysis, inspect component details, and fix issues all from your IDE.|
|Visual Studio||IQ for Visual Studio provides component analysis for both the Community, Professional and Enterprise versions of Visual Studio.|
|Nexus Repository Manager 2.x||IQ for Nexus Repository Manager 2.x allows you to integrate IQ Server’s policy management and component intelligence features with proxy repositories in Nexus Repository Manager Pro.|
|Nexus Repository Manager 3.x||IQ for Nexus Repository Manager 3.x allows you to integrate IQ Server’s policy management and component intelligence features with proxy repositories in Nexus Repository Manager Pro.|
|Bamboo||IQ for Bamboo analyzes the components used in your software development for security and license characteristics.|
|Hudson/Jenkins 1.x||IQ for Hudson/Jenkins 1.x evaluates the project workspace after a build for all supported component types, creates a summary file about all the components found and submits that to the IQ Server.|
|Jenkins 2.x||The Nexus IQ for Jenkins 2.x plugin provides full component intelligence and the ability to run policy against your application.|
|Azure DevOps||IQ for Azure DevOps evaluates pipeline builds for all supported component types and presents policy results and widgets within Azure DevOps.|
|CLI||While tools offering full integration for evaluations are provided (e.g. Nexus Repository Manager, Eclipse, and Hudson/Jenkins), any application can be evaluated against your policies using the Nexus IQ CLI.|
Sonatype CLM for Maven lets you evaluate any Maven-based software projects in the same way as our integrated tools providing access the same robust reporting features no matter what toolset you use. It can be run on a command line interface and executed on any continuous integration server, as well as a number of popular IDEs.
|Nexus IQ for SCM||Nexus IQ for SCM allows for early insight into code changes by working in tandem with continuous integration to push policy information about an application’s components directly into the SCM.|