Hosted runners for Actions are great - but there are some scenarios where you’ll need self-hosted runners, such as deploying to private networks. But how can you effectively manage your self-hosted runners? In this post I’ll cover some thoughts.
One canonical use of reusable workflows is a reusable deployment job. While this is definitely possible with reusable workflows, it’s not easy to get it working. In this post I’ll show you how to do it.
Authenticating to Azure in GitHub Actions requires a secret for a Service Principal. However, at Universe, GitHub released a new OIDC-based authentication mechanism that eliminates the need for secrets in secure deployments.
Reusable workflows are great, but how do you ensure that teams are using your reusable workflows? In this post I show how you can structure repos, teams and environments to ensure standardization for your workflows.
Code security is becoming more important for modern software development. What about code quality metrics? How do code quality metrics and code security compare and contrast? I’ll discuss some thoughts in this post.
Do you need to deploy to private VNets using GitHub Actions, but don’t want to have to keep self-hosted runners running all the time? In this post I show you how you can use Ephemeral Runners to create on-demand self-hosted runners.
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