Protected GitHub Enterprise Self Hosted Resources / Elements / Metadata

In this article, you will get information about all protected resources, elements and metadata in GitHub Enterprise self hosted.

Protected GitHub Enterprise self hosted resources, elements and metadata.

All the GitHub Enterprise self hosted protected data list:

  • Repository - Where the code is stored and changes are made.

  • Wiki - Tool to keep documents.

  • Issues - A tracking tool ideas, tasks and bugs.

  • Issue comments - Comments written by users for each issue.

  • Deployment keys - The SSH key that grants access to a single repository.

  • Pull requests - Tool that allows you to inform about changes that have been puched to the branch in the repository.

  • Pull request comments - Comments written by users for each pull requests.

  • Webhooks - These are custom HTTP callbacks that user define.

  • Labels - These allows to categorize others metadata.

  • Milestones - These allows to track progress of issues or requests.

  • Pipelines/Actions - Integrated CI/CD service.

  • Tag - Tags are ref's that point to specific points in Git history.

  • LFS - reduces the impact of large files in your repository by downloading the relevant versions of them lazily

  • Releases - Releases are GitHub's way of packaging and providing software to your users.

  • Commits - Commits are the core building block units of a Git project timeline.

  • Branches - In Git, branches are a part of your everyday development process. Git branches are effectively a pointer to a snapshot of your changes.

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