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Support for Github Enterprise

Hi there, is there a plan to support linking multiple Github Orgs to Compass? Using Github Enterprise, we have repositories organized via several organizations and need to be able to link to all of them.

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Hey Dave, Josh here from the product team. Investigating the work required to support multiple GitHub orgs is on our roadmap. I don't have an ETA for delivery for you but it's something we've heard from a few customers for sure. I've added this post as another vote for that work to help prioritize it. Unfortunately, I don't have a workaround or anything I can propose to help you out here; I don't think you'll want to manage multiple Compass sites but that could be an option if you so (1 site to 1 GH org).

If anyone else reading this also needs multi org support for GitHub I'd appreciate a reply as it really does help prioritize :) 

Appreciate it! It's frustrating to read that something supports Github Enterprise and find out that it really doesn't in the most basic sense...

And that's correct, @Josh Campbell - having multiple Compass sites wouldn't be a viable solution. 

Understand the frustration! We're still working on tons of features and improving the product every week. This is definitely on our roadmap and we've had a few other customers ask for this.

I just also wanted to clarify that you can still link your components to repositories in orgs that aren't connected to Compass and gain the catalog functionality for tracking all your components. You could also import these repos using the CSV import option if you wanted to perhaps export all your repo details through GitHub's API.

The big disadvantages to not being connected to GitHub, as you're probably already aware of, are: 

  • You cannot import those repositories as components
  • Events from those repos/actions workflows won't be sent to Compass
  • ...and that ^ means metrics won't show up

I realize that's not your ideal state but I just wanted to share it's still possible to get these components represented in Compass :)

I can also just disconnect and reconnect to a different org to import, but it's the syncing and metrics that really provide value, thanks!

Like Steffen Opel _Utoolity_ likes this

Haha that's right you totally can! Great callout!

Cheers Dave, thanks again for raising this.

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