GitHub brings teams together to work through problems, move ideas forward, and learn from each other along the way.
Collaboration makes perfect. The conversations and code reviews that happen in Pull Requests help your team share the weight of your work and improve the software you build.
Take a deep breath. On GitHub, project management happens in Issues and Projects, right alongside your code. All you have to do is mention a teammate to get them involved.
We worried about your administrative and security needs so you don’t have to. From flexible hosting to authentication options, GitHub can help you meet your team’s requirements.
Prevent problems before they happen. Protected branches, signed commits, and required status checks protect your work and help you maintain a high standard for your code.
Encourage teams to work together while limiting access to those who need it with granular permissions and authentication through SAML/SSO and LDAP.
Securely and reliably host your work on GitHub.com. Or, deploy GitHub Enterprise on your own servers or in a private cloud using Amazon Web Services, Azure or Google Cloud Platform.
Customize your process with GitHub apps and an intuitive API. Integrate the tools you already use or discover new favorites to create a happier, more efficient way of working.
Sometimes, there’s more than one tool for the job. Why not try something new?
GitHub is home to the world’s largest community of developers and their projects...
Kubernetes, previously Docker maintainer
...whether you’re making your first commit or sending a Rover to Mars, there’s room for you here, too.
GitHub’s users create and maintain influential technologies alongside the world's largest open source community.
Developers use GitHub for personal projects, from experimenting with new programming languages to hosting their life’s work.
Businesses of all sizes use GitHub to support their development process and to securely build software.