In January, we experienced two incidents, one that resulted in degraded performance for Packages and Pages and another that impacted Git users.
Explore how GitHub and cloud native strategies can help you address common DevOps pipeline and team antipatterns.
Discovering passwords in our codebase is probably one of our worst fears. But what if you didn’t need passwords at all, and could deploy to your cloud provider another way? In this post, we explore how you can use OpenID Connect to trust your cloud provider, enabling you to deploy easily, securely and safely, while minimizing the operational overhead associated with secrets (for example, key rotations).
Forrester's Total Economic Impact™ study dives into how GitHub Enterprise Cloud and GitHub Advanced Security help businesses drive ROI, increase developer productivity, and save time on developer onboarding.
GitHub Enterprise has evolved to support the needs of enterprise administrators, corporate security teams, and individual developers who contribute to open source.
With just one click, admins in GitHub Advanced Security organizations can protect their custom patterns on push.
GitHub Copilot for Business is officially here with simple license management, organization-wide policy controls, and industry-leading privacy—all for $19 USD per user per month.
Administrators, or enterprise owners, have the increased responsibility of managing their account and keeping it secure. We are excited to introduce what is new with enterprise accounts and what is coming soon.
GitHub Enterprise Server 3.7 is available now, including a single view of code risk, new forking and repository policies, and security enhancements to the management console.
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