GitHub Enterprise 2.3 offers users and administrators greater control over their instance—and their workflows. From expanded monitoring to a hi-fidelity migration tool, our latest release includes features, APIs, and ongoing security updates that make GitHub more flexible and secure.
New enterprise-only APIs give administrators more flexibility when setting up and provisioning new accounts, as well as when listing details about their users and organizations. You can check out the full list of APIs included in GitHub Enterprise 2.3 the release notes.
Whether you’re consolidating GitHub Enterprise instances or moving your organization from GitHub.com, the ability to easily migrate data is important. To simplify this process, you can now use
ghe-migrator—a hi-fidelity tool for migrating repositories and all of their supporting data from one GitHub instance to another.
With more ways to monitor your instance, your team can react to small issues before they get bigger. Administators can now see the current state of queues for background jobs and emails, along with more extensive request metrics and additional dashboard information for MySQL, Redis, and ElasticSearch.
You can sort pull requests by the status of commits with the
status: filter—giving you greater control over an important part of the development process. This works especially well if you’re using The Status API or an integration service that does.
- Outbound HTTP proxies for third party tools and services
- Previewing for comments
- Better RSA key validations that prevent weak SSH keys
- Read-only deploy keys
- Referrer sanitization
For the full list of features and updates, check out the release notes. If you’re currently using GitHub Enterprise, you can download this release now. If you want to give GitHub Enterprise a try, request a 45-day free trial.