We’re excited to announce that GitHub Superior Safety for Azure DevOps is now usually obtainable and is prepared so that you can use in your individual Azure DevOps repos! Now you can allow code, secret, and dependency scanning inside Azure Repos and reap the benefits of the brand new product updates.
Because of your nice suggestions, we have been in a position to determine points and ship updates that deal with key enhancements since our public preview. You wished:
- Sooner onboarding after registering for Superior Safety
- The power to allow a number of repos concurrently
- Extra upfront readability in billing
- Higher visibility into all enabled repo alerts by means of a single pane of glass
and we delivered.
As a substitute of registering to get your group onboarded to Superior Safety, we’ve carried out away with the registration course of totally. Any Azure DevOps Venture Assortment Administrator (PCA) can now allow Superior Safety protections for his or her orgs/initiatives/repos by means of the Azure DevOps configuration settings.
Talking of enablement experiences, we additionally addressed that you just’d actually like a straightforward approach to allow all of the repos in a given undertaking or org. Throughout public preview, we supplied some PowerShell scripts to assist automate bulk-enablement as a workaround, however we acknowledged that you just wished the power to allow Superior Safety on newly created repos by default. To make this course of simpler for you, now you can select to allow Superior Safety on the org or undertaking stage in addition to the person repo stage, and you can too select for Superior Safety to be routinely enabled for any future repos you and your groups create.
As a result of Superior Safety is billed per lively committer, we additionally now present the variety of new lively committers you’ll be billed for by enabling Superior Safety for a repo/undertaking/org.
I’ve saved our largest information for final: one other nearly common characteristic request we get is for a approach so that you can view all of your Superior Safety alerts throughout all of your repos in a single pane of glass. Nonetheless, we’ve truly carried out higher than that! Superior Safety is now integrating with Microsoft Defender for Cloud (MDC) to allow you to view all of the alerts for all of your repos throughout all of your orgs – each Azure DevOps and GitHub – all in a single pane of glass in MDC. This all comes within the free tier of MDC, so it’s no further value to you, however you do get some superior code-to-cloud contextualization capabilities within the paid tier, so please do test that out.
Once more, whether or not you’ve ever signed up for an Superior Safety preview or not, all these new options and all the present options of Superior Safety (akin to code scanning, dependency scanning, and secret scanning) are actually prepared so that you can allow in your individual Azure DevOps orgs. We’d love to listen to any suggestions you’ve gotten for us through the use of the Developer Group web site. For extra info, we’re additionally internet hosting a webinar demo and Q&A on October 6, and we’d like to see you there to reply any questions you will have in actual time!
To be taught extra about different upcoming Azure DevOps investments in safety and past, see https://aka.ms/AzureDevOpsRoadmap.