In the decade since the word “DevOps” was coined, its goal has stayed the same—but the way organizations implement DevOps is constantly changing. For a closer look , we sat down with Ben Sigelman, CEO
Today, we’re making GitHub Enterprise Server 3.0 available as a release candidate. Announced in the GitHub Universe Keynote, it’s the biggest ever change to Enterprise Server, bringing customers: Actions – developer-first workflow automation and CI/CD
We detail the great momentum we’ve had with our partners at GitHub this past year, building a healthy ecosystem aimed at making our users more productive.
This is a guest post by Jimmy Whitaker, senior data science evangelist at Pachyderm In the last few years, DevOps has begun to shift—from a culture of continuous integration and continuous deployment (CI/CD) best practices
See this post in action during GitHub Demo Days on October 16. What makes a project successful? For developers building cloud-native applications, successful projects thrive on transparent, consistent, and rigorous collaboration. That collaboration is one
By now, most people in technology are familiar with the term DevOps. What we call “DevOps” will often differ between organizations, yet one thing remains the same: DevOps is defined by people building software and
Last week we launched code scanning out of beta and have since announced integrations with static analysis and developer security training solutions. By expanding our GitHub security ecosystem, developers can use their tools of choice
Last week, we launched code scanning for all open source and enterprise developers, and we promised we’d share more on our extensibility capabilities and the GitHub security ecosystem. Today, we’re happy to introduce 10 new