GitHub partners with Arm to revolutionize Internet of Things software development with GitHub Actions
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.
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.
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.
New Actions from Anchore, NowSecure, SBT, and Trivy are now available to create a more comprehensive GitHub Dependency Graph.
Can projects and GitHub Actions be used by your non-developer teams? They absolutely can. Check out how our Security Team uses GitHub to run the department effortlessly.
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.
GitHub Enterprise Server 3.5 is available now, including access to the Container registry, the addition of Dependabot, enhanced administrator capabilities, and features for GitHub Advanced Security.
From plug-and-play automations to protected branches, here are simple ways any developer can build more secure software on GitHub—all with a free account.