GitHub Enterprise Server 3.11 gives customers more visibility of their instance. Here are some highlights:
- Code scanning's default setup now does even more to protect your code, by performing scans on a weekly scheudule (in addition to scanning pushes and pull requests) and allowing you to include Swift in your analysis.
- View repository history using the new Activity view, to see repository activity like pushes, merges, force pushes, tag changes, and branch changes, and associate them with commits and users.
- The value of secret scanning is now much more clear thanks to push protection metrics that are available in an organization's security overview pages.
- A GitHub CLI extension for the Manage GitHub Enterprise Server API allows customers to interact with their GitHub Enterprise Server instance via the
Release Candidates are a way for you to try the latest features early, and they help us gather feedback to
ensure the release works in your environment. They should be tested on non-production environments.
Read more about the release candidate process.
Read more about GitHub Enterprise Server 3.11 in the release notes,
or download the release candidate now.
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