GitHub Enterprise Server Administrator Guides
Step-by-step guides for organizational administrators, system administrators, and security specialists who are deploying, configuring, and managing a GitHub Enterprise instance.
With GitHub Enterprise you can manage accounts and access, licenses, and billing.
Installing GitHub Enterprise→
System administrators and operations and security specialists can install GitHub Enterprise Server.
Configuring GitHub Enterprise→
Once GitHub Enterprise Server is installed and set up, you can configure the appliance to suit your organization's needs.
You can use GitHub Enterprise Server's built-in authentication, or choose between CAS, LDAP, or SAML to integrate your existing accounts and centrally manage user access to your GitHub Enterprise Server instance.
Managing users, organizations, and repositories→
This guide describes authentication methods for users signing in to your GitHub Enterprise instance, how to create organizations and teams for repository access and collaboration, and suggested best practices for user security.
Setting policies for your enterprise→
You can set policies in GitHub Enterprise to reduce risk and increase quality.
Monitoring, managing, and updating your enterprise→
You can monitor your appliance, upgrade to a newer version, and configure clustering or high availability
Managing GitHub Actions for your enterprise→
Enable GitHub Actions on GitHub Enterprise Server, and manage GitHub Actions policies and settings.
Managing GitHub Packages for your enterprise→
You can enable GitHub Packages for your enterprise and manage GitHub Packages settings and allowed packaged types.
Working with GitHub Support→
Learn how to open a ticket and provide the GitHub Enterprise Support team with the information they need to resolve your issues.