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GitHub audit log streaming is now out of beta and generally available. Your experience using audit log streaming will not change, but we expanded the number of options you have for where you can stream your audit and Git events:

  • Amazon S3
  • Azure Blob Storage
  • Azure Event Hubs
  • Google Cloud Storage
  • Splunk

Enterprise owners can set up their stream in minutes by navigating to their enterprise account settings under the Audit log tab and configuring the collection endpoint.

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Pull request and review-related events are now included in the audit log at both the enterprise and organization levels. This helps administrators better monitor pull request activity and ensure security and compliance requirements are being met.

Events now included in the audit log:

  • A pull request is created, merged, closed, reopened, converted to draft, or marked ready for review
  • A review is requested or a request is removed
  • A review comment is added, updated, or deleted
  • A review is submitted, dismissed, or deleted

Events can be viewed from the web UI, exported as CSV or JSON, or accessed via REST API. You can also search the audit log for specific pull request events. For example action:pull_request filters for events directly on a pull request, action:pull_request.merge shows just merge events, and action:pull_request_review shows review events.

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