GitHub named a 'Major Player' in new IDC MarketScape
Read the report excerpt for recent trends in application security testing and to learn more about why GitHub was named a Major Player.
How to accelerate innovation with innersource
Not all software can be open source, but nearly any project can benefit from the collaborative processes pioneered by the open source community. Organizations around the world are accelerating their development cycles and tapping into new wells of innovation within their companies through "innersource" projects that share code and resources internally, enabling cross-team collaboration and contributions. Drawing on the experiences of companies ranging from 3M and Ford to Postmates and Spotify, this ebook explores the ways your development team can benefit from innersource best practices.
What is GitHub Discussions? A complete guide
GitHub Discussions brings community forums right to your public or private repositories on GitHub making it easy to communicate with your community, ask and answer questions, share updates, and more. Here’s what you need to know about GitHub Discussions, best practices, and how other open source projects are using it.
Adopting and scaling GitHub Advanced Security in your company
Let's talk about how you can scale and adopt GitHub Advanced Security in an auotmated and structured fashion
What is GitHub Actions? How automation & CI/CD work on GitHub
A full guide on the benefits of having built-in automation and CI/CD capabilities on GitHub, how GitHub Actions work, common use cases, and more.
Skyscanner & GitHub
No matter the destination, everyone has a different strategy for snagging a deal on flights. Maybe you booked your trip to London a season in advance to get the lowest price.
The complete guide to developer-first application security for government agencies
The key to the government’s ability to innovate at speed is access to secure, high-quality software. For agencies at every level, advancing your mission depends on the power of digital transformation—the ability to deliver digital experiences to constituents quickly and effectively.
Achieving DevSecOps maturity with GitHub
GitHub has been rapidly evolving into a complete development platform over the past year and a half, with the addition of native CI/CD capabilities using GitHub Actions. But did you know that you can implement DevSecOps natively in GitHub Enterprise, using GitHub Advanced Security?
How leading software teams build securely on GitHub
Today, every company is a software company.
Application Security explained: Downloadable guide to learn how to put the developer first
Put developers front and center for application security and drive down the number of vulnerabilities in production code. Download this PDF guide to learn more.
GitHub Actions Cheat Sheet
Everything you need to know about getting started with GitHub Actions
Three AppSec pitfalls every security leader can avoid
Secure software is critical for business success today. Here are some common application security pitfalls every software team can watch out for.
IDC report: How open source is the key to innovation in the enterprise
Today, every company is a software company. Staying competitive depends on how fast your business can transform—and embrace new tools and technology.
What is DevSecOps? Download this guide to DevSecOps
DevSecOps brings IT security into development and operations teams to ensure that security is a priority at every step of the software development lifecycle. Download this guide to learn more.
Collaborating in DevOps Culture
Enterprises are learning that a large measure of success for adopting DevOps is the spirit of collaboration it instills among teams.
IDC Report: GitHub Actions adds CI/CD to augment DevOps pipeline collaboration
More and more organizations are using DevOps to get things done—and now, they can do it in the same place they code. This IDC report dives into how GitHub’s new release, GitHub Actions with built-in CI/CD, helps teams automate their DevOps pipeline from idea to production—and empowers the world’s largest open source community.
The enterprise checklist for building with open source communities
When your team uses open source software (OSS), everyone benefits, but how much is up to you.
Open source engagement model for enterprise software teams
Open source is changing the way we build software—with organizations using open source code, tools, and best practices to get applications to customers even faster.
Best practices for a collaborative software development culture
Collaboration, transparency, and code reuse aren’t just found in open source communities.