Planning Your Implementation
Before installing Nexus Repository, you should take some time to consider your specific needs so that you can plan a robust implementation. Some specific things to consider include the following:
- Do you need a resilient deployment?
- Will you use an external PostgreSQL database?
- What installation method will you use?
- Have you considered how to secure your implementation?
Read about the above topics and much more in this section:
- Resiliency and High Availability
- Single-Node Cloud Resilient Deployment Example Using AWS
- Single-Node Cloud Resilient Deployment Example Using Azure
- Single Data Center On-Premises Deployment Example Using Kubernetes
- High Availability Deployment Options
- Prerequisite Step: Adjust max_connections
- Option 1 - Manual High Availability Deployment
- Option 2 - On-Premises High Availability Deployment Using Kubernetes
- Option 3 - High Availability Deployment in Amazon Web Services (AWS)
- Option 4 - High Availability Deployment in Azure
- Post-Deployment Steps for HA
- Validating Your HA Deployment
- High Availability Clustering (Legacy)
- Scaling with Proxy Nodes
- Database Options
- Storage Guide
- Run Behind a Reverse Proxy
- Securing Nexus Repository Manager
- Keeping Disk Usage Low
- Backup and Restore
- Quick Start Guide - Proxying Maven and NPM
- Staging Concepts