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GitHub Actions Importer – Bamboo Server and Data Center Migrations (Public Beta)

Bamboo Server and Data Center migrations to GitHub Actions are now in public beta! You can now plan, test, and automate the migration of your Bamboo pipelines to GitHub Actions easily and for free using GitHub Actions Importer.

For details on how to get started, check out our documentation. For questions and feedback about the public beta, please visit the GitHub Actions Importer community.

GitHub secret scanning protects users by searching repositories for known types of secrets. By identifying and flagging these secrets, our scans help prevent data leaks and fraud.

We have partnered with LogicMonitor to scan for their tokens and help secure our mutual users on public repositories. LogicMonitor tokens allow users to authenticate requests to LogicMonitor's REST API. GitHub will forward access tokens found in public repositories to LogicMonitor, which will then inform their portal contacts for remediation. You can read more information about LogicMonitor's tokens here.

All users can scan for and block LogicMonitor tokens from entering their public repositories for free with push protection. GitHub Advanced Security customers can also scan for and block LogicMonitor tokens in their private repositories.

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In the coming week, GitHub will upgrade the host operating system for the virtual machines that build and run the dev containers in GitHub Codespaces from Ubuntu 18.04 to Ubuntu 22.04. Ubuntu 18.04 will reach its end of standard support on May 31, 2023, so we are upgrading in order to maintain the highest quality of support and security for all development environments. Most users will not be impacted by this update.

The host virtual machine is responsible for building and running the dev container configured in the devcontainer.json. When a developer connects to a codespace, they connect directly to the dev container, whose operating system is defined by the devcontainer.json configuration. This maintenance upgrade will not impact the development container configuration or prebuilds, and will not require any package updates within the development environment itself.

We recommend decoupling your dev container configuration from the host operating system. If your dev container depends on a specific host operating system version or Linux kernel version, this upgrade will impact you. For example, if you are installing specific kernel headers from the host into your dev container, you should change your configuration to install the generic linux headers, as this package will properly update independent of the host operating system kernel version.

If you see any issues that you believe are related to this change, please reach out to GitHub Support.

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