You can estimate the number of licenses your enterprise might need for GitHub Advanced Security with the "Advanced Security Committers" section of the site admin dashboard.
If you currently use GitHub Advanced Security, this tool helps you understand how many committers are currently using licenses. It also helps you estimate how many additional licenses would be used if you enable GitHub Advanced Security for more organizations and repositories.
If you're considering using GitHub Advanced Security, you can use this tool to estimate potential costs to enable GitHub Advanced Security.
For more information about billing for Advanced Security, see "About billing for GitHub Advanced Security."
- In the upper-right corner of any page, click .
- In the left sidebar, click Advanced Security Committers.
- To the right of "Current active committer count", view the number of active committers for repositories with GitHub Advanced Security enabled. This is the number of licenses that are currently being used.
- To the right of "Total billable committers if GHAS is enabled for all repositories", you can see the number of active committers across all the repositories in your enterprise. This is the number of licenses that would be used if you enabled GitHub Advanced Security for every repository in your enterprise.
Under "Calculate Additional Advanced Committers", you can calculate how many more new or additional licenses will be used if you enable GitHub Advanced Security for specific organizations and repositories.
In the upper-right corner of any page, click .
In the left sidebar, click Advanced Security Committers.
Under "Organizations and Repositories", enter or paste a list of organizations and repositories, with one organization or repository per line. For example: