Git Protocol Connector

Commit to, or read and save from, Git

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Apache 2.0

Git is a mature, actively maintained open source project originally developed in 2005 by Linus Torvalds, the famous creator of the Linux operating system kernel. Git is the most widely-used modern version control system. Most software projects rely on Git for version control, including commercial projects as well as open source. Automating software deployment pipelines is essential to increase security and efficiency – this connector enables you to interact with your Git account and either trigger a commit to a repository or to read software from a repository.

About the Git Protocol integration connector

This is an open source connector to Git for the platform. This component has no trigger functions. This means it will not be accessible to select as a first component during the integration flow design.
The connector functionality enables you to either trigger a commit from an existing Git repository, or to read code committed to a specific branch in Git. Code read from Git is stored using the Maester service (internal storage).

Follow the Documentation link above to find what you need to do to set it up & please be aware that an SSH key must be added to the repo before the integration is made.

Like with all other connectors that are under the Apache license, you can clone it and enhance it yourself to include more functionalities out of the box. Alternatively, you can contact our pre-sales team at ps[at] if you prefer our developers to extend this connector for you.



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