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Launched at GitHub Universe, our latest GitHub Enterprise release introduces GitHub Connect—a powerful new way for development teams to work across your organization’s Enterprise and Business Cloud accounts. You’ll also find security enhancements, including automatically protected branches and S/MIME Git signing.
GitHub Connect is a new initiative that begins to break down organizational barriers, unify the experience across deployment types, and bring the power of the world’s largest open source community to teams at work. With GitHub Connect, companies can enjoy the best of both worlds: the scalability and ease-of-use of our cloud offering with the control of self-hosting.
In GitHub Enterprise 2.15, we’ve expanded the functionality of Unified Search to include private Business Cloud repositories, as well as added an advanced search interface and prefixes.
Unified search brought the power of the world’s largest community of open source projects to GitHub Enterprise users. Now you can also search all of your Business Cloud organization’s private repositories from Enterprise, opening communication across teams. And with the advanced search interface and prefixes, you can efficiently search for the content you need within both cloud and on-premise repositories.
Now developers can get recognition for their hard work, no matter where they work, with Unified Contributions. Previously, they could code, review, and comment within their companies’ GitHub Enterprise accounts, but those contributions wouldn’t get recognized on their GitHub.com public profiles. With Unified Contributions, developers can connect their Enterprise accounts with their GitHub.com accounts and showcase their Enterprise contribution counts on their profiles.
With our new system for protecting branches, you can create protected branch configurations that will automatically apply if a branch name matches the specified regex pattern. For example, a pattern like releases/S?d.d will automatically match branches with the names releases/v1.0, releases/v1.2, and others. This removes the need to set up new branch protection rules when creating a new release branch in a repository and simplifies your workflow by ensuring your branches are uniformly protected.
The S/MIME standard describes how emails can be digitally signed using PKI certificates. Git recently gained the ability to understand S/MIME signatures, providing a method of Git signing that’s friendlier to large organizations. GitHub can now verify these signatures, too, similar to how OpenPGP signatures have worked for some time. With S/MIME Git signing, developers can easily sign their commits with X.509 certificates which require no configuration to GitHub. We’re also releasing a client tool called smimesign that makes it easy to create and use S/MIME signatures.
The Checks API, initially introduced as a public beta in GitHub Enterprise 2.14, is now generally available in 2.15. With the Checks API, integrators can specify more status information during builds and collect richer data, providing a more integrated experience for developers.
We’ve expanded our Premium Support program to include two new plans: Premium and Premium Plus.
All Premium Support plans now include:
Our Premium Plus plan also includes: