|GitHub Enterprise Server 3.9 Now Available|
|Written by Kay Ewbank|
|Tuesday, 04 July 2023|
GitHub Enterprise 3.9 has been released with a new time-based projects view, and secret scanning checks for custom patterns on push.
GitHub Enterprise is designed to give large companies a way to deploy GitHub in their own environments and can be used locally to manage custom apps designed for an organization's users. Features include commit histories, code browsing, compare views, pull requests, issues, wikis, gists, organizations and team management.
The new release has improved GitHub Projects so it shows your roadmap in a new time-based view. The team says that projects and issues can be more easily standardized and automated with tools such as issue forms. Projects also has a new roadmap layout that can be used to visualize issues and pull requests over time. The aim of the roadmap is to make it easy for teams to share and iterate on their plans.
There are also two new workflows - auto-add and auto-archive.
A new option called secret scanning checks for custom patterns when you push a project, making it easier to ensure sensitive information isn't included in your codebase. Code scanning has generally been improved so it can be enabled in just a couple of clicks.
Other improvements include a Kubernetes based Actions Runner Controller that will auto-scale self-hosted runners; and more control and insight for operators to manage GHES with enhanced logs and new upgrade tools.
GitHub Enterprise Server 3.9 is available now.
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|Last Updated ( Tuesday, 04 July 2023 )|