Read a roundup of the exciting, new innovation coming from GitHub Actions.
Recently, we’ve been working to make our CI experience better by leveraging the newly released GitHub feature, Actions larger runners, to run our CI.
Many of us are aware of the benefits that a strong focus on automation can bring, particularly in our development workflow and DevOps lifecycle. But silos across businesses can lead to duplication of effort, and potential to lose out on best practices. In this post, we’ll explore how CI/CD can be shared across your entire organization alongside policies, for a well-governed experience with GitHub Actions.
Now, you can standardize and enforce CI/CD best practices across all repositories in your organization to reduce duplication and secure your DevOps processes.
The Sigstore GA means you can protect your software supply chain today with GitHub Actions, and will power new npm security capabilities in the near future.
CI/CD and workflow automation are native capabilities on GitHub platform. Here’s how to start using them and speed up your workflows.
Several ways for GitHub-hosted Actions runners to connect to resources on your private network.
When you want to create a workflow in the Actions tab of your repository, the recommendations are now based on an analysis of repo content.
GitHub Actions now supports OpenID Connect for secure deployment to different cloud providers via short-lived, auto-rotated tokens.
Tips on how to get started using GitHub Actions and resources to learn more about making it work for you.