Codeship Integrates with GitHub Enterprise Source Code Management
January 04, 2018

Codeship announced significant advancement into the Enterprise market with a new integration for GitHub’s Enterprise Source Code Management solution.

Developed specifically for larger companies, the new hybrid solution integrates, among others, GitHub Enterprise, the leading on-premise source code management system, to allow organizations to host their code on-premise on their private source code management instance while running their builds securely in the cloud on Codeship’s secure, dedicated build machines.

“We continue to offer simplicity, power and flexibility with our cloud-based CI/CD products Codeship Basic and Codeship Pro, but we’ve upped the ante by now integrating GitHub Enterprise to better serve our growing Enterprise client base,” announced Codeship CEO and Founder, Moritz Plassnig. “This is a game changer for many companies. By going with our hybrid solution, we enable organizations to support their internal security policies without taking on any of the overhead of managing CI/CD servers or a locally-installed Codeship.”

"It's important to GitHub that developers can use our platform alongside the tools that best suit their needs,” says Kyle Daigle, Director of Ecosystem Engineering at GitHub. “Now, thanks to our partnership with Codeship, our Enterprise customers can use this customizable Continuous Integration Platform with native Docker support from behind their firewall.”

GitHub Enterprise support is just the beginning of a wide variety of feature releases Codeship will announce in the coming months, all aimed to cover the flexibility, control and security requirements companies have for their Codeship builds (learn more in detail about Codeship’s Enterprise SCM integrations here).

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