Sonatype Nexus Repository ROI

ColinStandish
Project Manager at a hospitality company with 10,001+ employees
We don't really measure the return of investment on this particular tool. It was put in as an essential-tool product. I do have a real gut feeling that if we didn't use Nexus Repository, it would affect the productivity of our developers across two cities in the UK, Leeds and London, as well as Gibraltar, Krakow in Poland, and the guys out in Manila, New Jersey and Las Vegas. Being able to have one product that we can scale globally, for developers across our organization, has been great. View full review »
Christophe Arnaud
Engineering Manager at a tech vendor with 10,001+ employees
The product team has seen some return on investment, because they have avoided some vulnerabilities thanks to Nexus IQ. They have avoided legal problems around the licenses that are embedded in our products, by raising policy violations during scans. View full review »
Hagen Rahn
Senior Software Engineer at SYSTEMA Systementwicklung Dipl.-Inf. Manfred Austen GmbH
We haven't really evaluated ROI, but we recognize that the time for maintaining systems and providing solutions for the use case of storing and retrieving artifacts has been reduced by about 80 percent, as I said earlier. And we have reduced several hardware systems for storage of artifacts. In my opinion, the most important part is that we can use the setup of this Nexus repository server to get our developers to learn new build systems. There has been an educational purpose as well which, in the end, empowers them to have knowledge of new technologies, and to get started quite quickly. If you think of migrating some thousand lines of Ant code to a Maven project, once this is done the project will run for several years. Maintaining several thousand lines of Ant releasing might become a burden eventually. View full review »
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Architec9c59
Architect at a consultancy with 1,001-5,000 employees
It's hard to quantify because we didn't have any processes before. We started from zero. We spend less time chasing software, and that translates into more productivity, but I don't have a KPI to share. View full review »
Kulbhushan Mayer
DevOps Practitioner at a financial services firm with 5,001-10,000 employees
It's expensive, so the return on investment is not that much. View full review »
SeniorApba61
Senior Application Architect at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
It's all about productivity. There is tangible productivity there. The speed of development is faster. Also, if you develop a new team and all of them need the same library, you don't want every developer going to get this library. It's uploaded once and it's being used everywhere. View full review »
Anthony Evans
Chief, Enterprise Automated Deployment (EAD) Branch at a government with 11-50 employees
Using it for the IMR we have a sense of security now that we control what goes out to changes in our enterprise. View full review »
Yogesh Shetty
Senior Information Technology Specialist at a financial services firm with 5,001-10,000 employees
We just got a license for 250 at the end of December, so people have just started using it recently. Previously, the guys who were using it were using the open source license. So we don't have any evaluation of ROI yet. View full review »
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