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Introducing the Rally + GitHub integration

Written by GitHub Engineering / Original link on Aug. 18, 2020

GitHub’s Professional Services Engineering team has decided to open source another project: Rally + GitHub. You may have seen our most recent open source project, Super Linter. Well, the team has done it again, this time to help users ensure that Rally stays up to date with the latest development in GitHub! 1f389.png

Rally + GitHub

This project integrates GitHub Enterprise Server (and cloud, if you host it yourself) with Broadcom’s Rally project management.

Every time a pull request is created or updated, Rally + GitHub will check for the existence of a Rally User Story or Defect in the title, body, or commit messages, and then validate that they both exist and are in the correct state within Rally.

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Why was it created?

GitHub Enterprise Server had a legacy Services integration with Rally. The deprecation of legacy Services for GitHub was announced in 2018, and the release of GitHub Enterprise Server 2.20 officially removed this functionality. As a result, many GitHub Enterprise users will be left without the ability to integrate the two platforms when upgrading to recent releases of GitHub Enterprise Server.

While Broadcom created a new integration for github.com, this functionality does not extend to GitHub Enterprise Server environments.

Get Started

We encourage you to check out this project and set it up with your existing Rally instance. A good place to start getting set up is the Get Started guide in the project’s README.md

We invite you to join us in developing this project! Come engage with us by opening up an issue even just to share your experience with the project.

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