Migrating workloads and infrastructure to the cloud means that infrastructure, policies, and processes should be defined as code. We can now standardise via templates, invites peers to collaborate and review, and can accelerate provisioning cloud environments.
To do this, all teams, not just developers need to adopt DevOps processes. In the next 18-24 months, GitHub Enterprise will expand to cover many of the most used capabilities of Azure DevOps such as Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) and policy enforcement. It will have developer analytics capabilities that exceed what’s available in Azure DevOps.
If you want to adopt GitHub now the easiest way to get started is migrating from Azure Repos to GitHub Repos. Migration is a simple process leveraging your existing Git tools. Code history is retained and integration with Azure Boards can be configured to continue end-to-end process visibility.
This allows you to immediately leverage GitHub Advanced Security features such as code scanning, secret scanning and dependency updates hardening your security posture against potential secret breaches and code exploits.