GitHub has grown from a source code hosting service, primarily for open source projects, to a full-featured application life-cycle environment with developer productivity tools that target all solution types, including large, private enterprise projects.
The Copilot brand is being applied to multiple services; however, Copilot is not a single technology or cohesive toolset, and customers should evaluate each Copilot feature separately.
GitHub continues to receive new features and improvements that can help organizations develop and build applications.
GitHub Copilot has received security and performance improvements and a new purchase option.
GitHub has received major Microsoft investments since it was acquired. It is now a centerpiece of Microsoft’s developer platform. Directions on Microsoft analyst Rob Sanfilippo joins Mary-Jo Foley to discuss how GitHub will impact the future of Azure DevOps, how organizations can respond, and some new Azure services that organizational development teams should consider.
Chart lists GitHub and Azure DevOps features that can be used for the phases of a DevOps life cycle.
GitHub is likely to supplant Azure DevOps as Microsoft’s development life-cycle management platform, but the two can be used together and will coexist for many years.
GitHub is a developer service for source code control and a growing set of software development implementation and collaboration functions.
GitHub Copilot can generate code for developers based on natural language comments, existing code, and context, saving time and providing insights.