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Setting up a trial of GitHub Enterprise Cloud

You can try GitHub Enterprise Cloud for free.

Try GitHub Enterprise Cloud for free

About GitHub Enterprise Cloud

GitHub Enterprise Cloud is a plan for large businesses or teams who collaborate on GitHub.com.

Your team can collaborate on GitHub by using an organization account. Each person that uses GitHub signs into a user account. Multiple user accounts can collaborate on shared projects by joining the same organization account, which owns the repositories. A subset of these user accounts can be given the role of organization owner, which allows those people to granularly manage access to the organization's resources using sophisticated security and administrative features. For more information about accounts, see "Types of GitHub accounts."

You can use organizations for free with GitHub Free, which includes limited features. For additional features, such as SAML single sign-on (SSO), access control for GitHub Pages, and included GitHub Actions minutes, you can upgrade to GitHub Enterprise Cloud. For a detailed list of the features available with GitHub Enterprise Cloud, see our Pricing page.

If you configure SAML SSO, members of your organization will continue to log into their user accounts on GitHub.com. When a member accesses non-public resources within your organization that uses SAML SSO, GitHub redirects the member to your IdP to authenticate. Após a autenticação bem-sucedida, seu IdP redireciona o integrante para GitHub, onde poderá acessar os recursos da sua organização.

Note: Organization members can perform read operations such as viewing, cloning, and forking on public resources owned by your organization even without a valid SAML session.

For more information, see "[About identity and access management with SAML single sign-on](/enterprise-cloud@latest/organizations/managing-saml-single-sign-on-for-your-organization/about-identity-and-access-management-with-saml-single-sign-on)" in the GitHub Enterprise Cloud documentation.

Enterprise Managed Users is a feature of GitHub Enterprise Cloud that provides even greater control over enterprise members and resources. With Enterprise Managed Users, all members are provisioned and managed through your identity provider (IdP) instead of users creating their own accounts on GitHub. Team membership can be managed using groups on your IdP. Managed users are restricted to their enterprise and are unable to push code, collaborate, or interact with users, repositories, and organizations outside of their enterprise. For more information, see "About Enterprise Managed Users" in the GitHub Enterprise Cloud documentation.

Enterprise Managed Users is not part of the free trial of GitHub Enterprise Cloud. If you're interested in Enterprise Managed Users, please contact GitHub's Sales team.

Se não tiver certeza se GitHub Enterprise Cloud, GitHub Enterprise Server ou ambos são o melhor para a sua organização, entre em contato com Equipe de Vendas do GitHub. If your organization has 11 or fewer developers, consider GitHub Team; organizations with 12 or more developers typically benefit the most from GitHub Enterprise. Para obter mais informações, consulte "Produtos da GitHub".

About trials of GitHub Enterprise Cloud

You can set up a 30-day trial to evaluate GitHub Enterprise Cloud. You do not need to provide a payment method during the trial unless you add GitHub Marketplace apps to your organization that require a payment method. For more information, see "About billing for GitHub Marketplace."

Your trial includes 50 seats. If you need more seats to evaluate GitHub Enterprise Cloud, contact Equipe de Vendas do GitHub. At the end of the trial, you can choose a different number of seats.

Trials are also available for GitHub Enterprise Server. For more information, see "Setting up a trial of GitHub Enterprise Server."

Setting up your trial of GitHub Enterprise Cloud

Before you can try GitHub Enterprise Cloud, you must be signed into a user account. If you don't already have a user account on GitHub.com, you must create one. For more information, see "Signing up for a new GitHub account."

  1. Navigate to GitHub for enterprises.
  2. Click Start a free trial. "Start a free trial" button
  3. Click Enterprise Cloud. "Enterprise Cloud" button
  4. Follow the prompts to configure your trial.

Exploring GitHub Enterprise Cloud

After setting up your trial, you can explore GitHub Enterprise Cloud by following the Enterprise Onboarding Guide.

You can read documentation that reflects the features available to you on GitHub. Para obter mais informações, consulte "Sobre as versões do GitHub Docs."

Para obter informações sobre recursos e produtos planejados, consulte o Itinerário público do GitHub.

Finishing your trial

You can buy GitHub Enterprise or downgrade to GitHub Team at any time during your trial.

If you don't purchase GitHub Enterprise or GitHub Team before your trial ends, your organization will be downgraded to GitHub Free and lose access to any advanced tooling and features that are only included with paid products, including GitHub Pages sites published from those private repositories. If you don't plan to upgrade, to avoid losing access to advanced features, make the repositories public before your trial ends. For more information, see "Setting repository visibility."

Downgrading to GitHub Free for organizations also disables any SAML settings configured during the trial period. Once you purchase GitHub Enterprise or GitHub Team, your SAML settings will be enabled again for users in your organization to authenticate.

  1. In the top right corner of GitHub.com, click your profile photo, then click Your organizations. Suas organizações no menu de perfil
  2. Ao lado da organização, clique em Configurações. Botão de configurações
  3. Na barra lateral das configurações da sua organização, clique em Planos de & cobrança. Configurações de faturamento
  4. Under "GitHub Enterprise Cloud Free Trial", click Buy Enterprise or Downgrade to Team. Buy Enterprise and Downgrade to Team buttons
  5. Follow the prompts to enter your payment method, then click Submit.