How to tap into the power of GitHub Actions from anywhere with GitHub Mobile!
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Now, you can standardize and enforce CI/CD best practices across all repositories in your organization to reduce duplication and secure your DevOps processes.
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Forrester's Total Economic Impact™ study dives into how GitHub Enterprise Cloud and GitHub Advanced Security help businesses drive ROI, increase developer productivity, and save time on developer onboarding.
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GitHub Actions Importer helps you forecast, plan, and facilitate migrations from your current CI/CD tool to GitHub Actions.
See what we're building to enhance the most integrated developer platform that allows developers and enterprises to drive innovation with ease.
Developers creating Internet of Things software use a complex stack of software that needs to be custom built into their CI/CD platform. Arm is leveraging the simplicity and scalability of GitHub Actions with a native integration that will revolutionize IoT software development.
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.
GitHub Actions changed how developers automate workflows with GitHub. Today, we’re introducing a new navigation to manage your GitHub Actions experience, improving discoverability and accessibility as well as opening up future feature opportunities.
The GitHub Actions team has done lots of work to improve the performance and resource consumption of Actions on GHES in the past year.
Now your team can spend less time managing infrastructure and more time writing code.
As GitHub Pages, home to 16 million websites, approaches its 15th anniversary, we’re excited to announce that all sites now build and deploy with GitHub Actions.
GitHub Actions gives teams access to powerful, native CI/CD capabilities right next to their code hosted in GitHub. Starting today, GitHub will send a Dependabot alert for vulnerable GitHub Actions, making it even easier to stay up to date and fix security vulnerabilities in your actions workflows.