In this post, hear from @stevemar, a Senior Technical Staff Member at IBM, about a new GitHub Starter Workflow for developers deploying containerized applications to IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service. Here at IBM, we’re one of
Protect your team’s code with secure software development best practices like setting up SAML/SCIM integrations, enforcing policies to avoid code leakage, and more.
GitHub stores your source code, releases, and a vast amount of invaluable information in issues and pull requests. While GitHub Enterprise Server (GHES), our self hosted solution, provides great security by default, administrators can take additional steps to further harden their appliance. This post will guide you through the most important settings.
Now you can create custom workflow templates to promote best practices and consistency across your organization.
Now you can define secrets for an organization, making it easier to keep secrets synced across multiple repositories.
With GitHub’s focus on developers, community, and customers, we can’t imagine a better place for our team to be.
GitHub Actions continues its community momentum and ships new features for enterprises and developers.
We’re partnering with Microsoft for Startups to make GitHub available for all participants, starting on February 13.
We want your feedback about GitHub’s new command line tool that makes it easier to work with GitHub and reduce friction for many of your common workflows.