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What is a DevOps engineer and what does a DevOps engineer do?
A DevOps engineer optimizes an organization’s software delivery process to enable collaboration and innovation. Keep reading to learn more about what DevOps engineers do and what skills they rely on.
What is DevOps automation?
DevOps automation is a modern approach to software development that uses tools and processes to automate tasks and streamline workflows. It brings together developers, IT operations, and security teams to help them collaborate effectively and deliver reliable software. With DevOps automation, organizations are able to handle repetitive tasks, optimize processes, and deploy applications to production faster.
What is an enterprise application?
An enterprise application is specialized software that helps organizations integrate and automate their core processes, streamline workflows, improve efficiency, and gain valuable insight into their data and performance. Get an overview of enterprise applications and learn why they are important for managing specific operations.
The enterprise guide to end-to-end CI/CD governance
A complete guide on how to build governance and security into enterprise CI/CD pipelines.
What is GitHub Actions?
Join us as we explore GitHub Actions and implement a build, test, and deploy with powerful CI/CD capabilities right next to your code.
G2 Results Index Report for DevOps platforms
See how GitHub became the top-ranked DevOps platform based on reviews by G2 users— get the latest Results Index for DevOps Platforms.
G2 Grid® Report for DevOps Platforms
See why GitHub was named a leader in the G2 Grid® Report
Integrating GitHub with Sentry to Increase Speed to Resolution
Whether you’re already using Sentry and GitHub separately, or building a deployment workflow for the first time, you can follow these steps to create an automated workflow for your team
How developer-first supply chain security helps you ship secure software fast
Discover why supply chain security is needed and how GitHub’s supply chain security tool can help you ship secure software quickly.
Should we think of DevOps as a methodology?
There’s one word that perfectly describes successful DevOps: flow. As individuals, we experience a state of flow when everything in our work comes together naturally and at the right time. DevOps enables that kind of flow at the organizational level through a combination of tooling, culture, and process.
DevOps fundamentals: Defining DevOps principles
From headlines to job descriptions, DevOps has emerged as an outsized buzzword over the past decade—and for good reason. Organizations that successfully adopt DevOps often see big gains in software development speeds, improved reliability, faster product iterations, and have an easier time scaling their services.
DevOps monitoring tools: Automating your DevOps monitoring processes
At its core, DevOps is a fundamentally data-driven practice. The ability to continuously improve the code that drives a product comes from understanding how it performs, what risks it introduces, and where to find opportunities. Monitoring tools tap into each layer of a product’s technology stack to deliver the data to catch code errors early, improve operational efficiency, and respond rapidly to changes in usage.
The fundamentals of continuous deployment in DevOps
What is continuous deployment? Continuous deployment (CD) is an automated software release practice where code changes are deployed to different stages as they pass predefined tests. The goal of CD is to facilitate faster releases by using automation to help remove the need for human intervention as much as possible during the deployment process.
What is containerization?
When it’s successfully implemented, DevOps can transform software reliability by making the software development lifecycle (SDLC) more predictable through a combination of automation and cultural practices that favor deep collaboration and incremental releases. With less chance for variation, fewer code-related issues make it to production.
What is a DevOps pipeline? A complete guide
A DevOps pipeline combines processes, tooling, and automation to enable organizations and software teams to build, test, and deliver high-quality software quickly to end users.
A guide to DevOps tools and DevOps automation toolchains
What are DevOps tools? As an umbrella term, DevOps tools include any number of applications that automate processes within the software development lifecycle (SDLC), improve organizational collaboration, and implement monitoring and alerts. Organizations will often invest in building out a "DevOps toolchain," or collection of tools to use in its DevOps practice, to address each stage of the SDLC.
What is the DevOps Model? Exploring foundational practices in DevOps
DevOps helps teams ship high-quality products faster by reducing the friction between writing, testing, and deploying code. GitHub offers a holistic platform designed to help organizations successfully adopt DevOps, making it easier to continuously ship and improve software.
The fundamentals of continuous integration in DevOps
What is continuous integration in DevOps? Continuous integration (CI) is a foundational DevOps practice where development teams integrate code changes from multiple contributors into a shared repository. Automation is used throughout this process to merge, build, and test code to facilitate a higher speed of software development. This process is often called a CI pipeline. When implemented properly, CI enables organizations to quickly identify defects and ship higher-quality software faster.
What is GitHub Actions? How CI/CD & automation 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.
Partner Readiness: GitHub Actions
Join us for this month’s Partner Readiness Webinar on GitHub Actions.
Demo Day: Getting Traction with GitHub Actions
Get hands-on support for all things automation. Join us for a technical deep dive into GitHub Actions, starting with non-CI/CD examples to help your developers streamline every part of their workflow. From issue automation to performance monitoring, you’ll walk away with tricks on how to use Actions to build workflows your developers love.
Automating CI/CD pipelines with GitHub Actions and Google Cloud
Bring your DevOps pipeline to the cloud with hosted runners and private clusters.
Transform your business with developer productivity and automation
Today’s leaders drive innovation by building better developer experiences: empowering their developers to learn from each other, think bigger, and work more efficiently.
GitHub Actions Cheat Sheet
Everything you need to know about getting started with GitHub Actions
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.