Note: GitHub Packages on GitHub Enterprise Server does not currently support clustering.
GitHub Packages is available in GitHub Enterprise Server 3.0 or higher. If you're using an earlier version of GitHub Enterprise Server, you'll have to upgrade to use GitHub Packages. For more information about upgrading your GitHub Enterprise Server instance, see "About upgrades to new releases."
GitHub Packages on GitHub Enterprise Server uses external blob storage to store your packages.
After enabling GitHub Packages for your GitHub Enterprise Server instance, you'll need to prepare your third-party storage bucket. The amount of storage required depends on your usage of GitHub Packages, and the setup guidelines can vary by storage provider.
Supported external storage providers
- Amazon Web Services (AWS) S3
- Azure Blob Storage
To enable GitHub Packages and configure third-party storage, see:
- "Enabling GitHub Packages with AWS"
- "Enabling GitHub Packages with Azure Blob Storage"
- "Enabling GitHub Packages with MinIO"
Choose which package ecosystems you'd like to enable, disable, or set to read-only on your GitHub Enterprise Server instance. Available options are Container registry, Docker, RubyGems, npm, Apache Maven, Gradle, or NuGet. For more information, see "Configuring package ecosystem support for your enterprise."
If subdomain isolation is enabled for your GitHub Enterprise Server instance, you will need to create and upload a TLS certificate that allows the package host URL for each ecosystem you want to use, such as
containers.HOSTNAME. Make sure each package host URL includes
You can create the certificate manually, or you can use Let's Encrypt. If you already use Let's Encrypt, you must request a new TLS certificate after enabling GitHub Packages. For more information about package host URLs, see "Enabling subdomain isolation." For more information about uploading TLS certificates to GitHub Enterprise Server, see "Configuring TLS."