Development Operations (DevOps) is provided by the Middleware and Common Applications group within ITS Applications. The service provides a core set of offerings which include Version Control (source code and binary repositories) and other tools for software development, testing, and process automation for IT operations.
The UTForge service is being replaced by GitHub. Owners of existing UTForge repositories are being asked to migrate their active projects to GitHub by August 1, 2018. Information for converting UTForge repositories to GitHub is available here.
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GitHub is a web-based Git repository hosting service that offers all of the distributed version control and source code management functionality of Git along with a graphical console and tools for bug tracking, task management and collaboration.
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- Git distributed version control system (DVCS) featuring improved source code management, branching and merging
- User-friendly graphical interface
- GitHub-included toolset for issue tracking, task management, code reviews and collaboration
- Single sign-on (SSO) authentication with granular control of repository access
This service and its offerings are provided as Common Good.
Service availability: 98.37%
Consumer Requests Areas:
New User Access
Removal of Access
Version Control (GitHub) is intended for use by campus software developers. Users of the service and identified owners/administrators agree to be aware of and adhere to the university's Acceptable Use Policy.
Version Control subscribers agree to:
- Be responsible for creating and managing their projects in the repository
- Manage any and all authorizations necessary for developers to view and update the data in their repository
- Manage any permissions needed by others to manage the above authorizations for developers
- Delete the project and repository when it is no longer needed