We’ve launched a public preview of GitHub Actions Importer, which helps you forecast, plan, and automate migrations from your current CI/CD tool to GitHub Actions.

Doing individual migrations is relatively easy in isolation. However, for those that have a large and established CI/CD footprint, having tooling available to assist with migrations is key to their ability to adopt Actions at scale. In the time that we’ve been developing and using GitHub Actions Importer in its private preview form, we’ve encountered numerous customers that have thousands of pipelines—even in excess of 15K—in their legacy environments that need to be migrated. GitHub Actions Importer is designed to help when manual migration is not feasible, such as when users have a large number of teams that depend on hundreds or thousands of workflows.

Sign up here to request access to the public preview. Once you've been added, you will receive an email at the address registered on your GitHub account with instructions for getting started.

To learn more, see Automating migrations with GitHub Actions Importer and the announcement post on the GitHub blog.