In March, we experienced six incidents that resulted in degraded performance across GitHub services. This report also sheds light into a February incident that resulted in degraded performance for GitHub Codespaces.
Many of us are aware of the benefits that a strong focus on automation can bring, particularly in our development workflow and DevOps lifecycle. But silos across businesses can lead to duplication of effort, and potential to lose out on best practices. In this post, we’ll explore how CI/CD can be shared across your entire organization alongside policies, for a well-governed experience with GitHub Actions.
In February, we experienced three incidents that resulted in degraded performance across GitHub services. This report also sheds light into a January incident that resulted in degraded performance for GitHub Packages and GitHub Pages and another January incident that impacted Git users.
We’re excited to announce the general availability of GitHub Actions Importer. GitHub Actions Importer helps you plan, forecast, and automate migrations from Azure DevOps, CircleCI, GitLab, Jenkins, and Travis CI…
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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).