GitHub is an open-source repository hosting service, sort of like a cloud for code. It hosts your source code projects in a variety of different programming languages and keeps track of the various changes made to every iteration. The service is able to do this by using git, a revision control system that runs in the command line interface.
Pandium leverages our GitHub integration to enable direct access to your repo so that you can fully utilize the CI/CD process natively built into Pandium.
Pandium has repo scope access, which is defined by GitHub as the following:
"Grants full access to private and public repositories. That includes read/write access to code, commit statuses, repository and organization projects, invitations, collaborators, adding team memberships, deployment statuses, and repository webhooks for public and private repositories and organizations. It also grants the ability to manage user projects."
You can read more on GitHub's website: https://developer.github.com/apps/building-oauth-apps/understanding-scopes-for-oauth-apps/#available-scopes
Before any integrations can be built, the source control tenant needs to be setup. To do that, select the source Git control tenant and connect it to the Github account that will contain all the code for the integrations. When connecting the git connector for the first time, it'll ask you to get permissions to access your organization. If you don't authorize it, the git source control will not work properly. When the git tenant has been successfully connected, a green checkmark will appear next to it.