GitHub Enterprise Server is now generally available for all customers. This release improves performance for CI/CD and for customers with large repositories.
Tag: GitHub Enterprise Server
This latest release sees the introduction of a new role, a new webhook for GitHub Actions, and a bright edge to dark mode.
Today, we’re excited to announce that GitHub Enterprise Server 3.2 is generally available. This release brings over 70 new features and changes that improve developer experience and deliver new security capabilities.
GitHub Enterprise Server 3.2 is available today as a release candidate. With this release, we’re shipping over 70 new features and changes to improve the developer experience and deliver new security capabilities for our customers.
GitHub Enterprise Server 3.1 is now generally available for all customers. It helps customers work with large, busy repositories, while enabling developers to develop and deploy with less effort than ever. This release includes: GitHub
GitHub Enterprise Server 3.1 is now available to download as a release candidate. This release follows the most popular GitHub Enterprise Server release in years. GitHub Enterprise Server 3.0 brought GitHub Actions, GitHub Packages and
Today we’re announcing general availability of GitHub Enterprise Server 3.0. Introduced during the GitHub Universe 2020 keynote, it’s the biggest ever change to Enterprise Server. Every company using GitHub can now safely and securely take
Today, we’re making GitHub Enterprise Server 3.0 available as a release candidate. Announced in the GitHub Universe Keynote, it’s the biggest ever change to Enterprise Server, bringing customers: Actions – developer-first workflow automation and CI/CD
In our ongoing “Building GitHub” series, we talk about some of the projects we’re working on to improve how efficiently we build GitHub, as well as increase GitHub’s availability, stability, and resilience. We know how