To integrate Flow Enterprise Server with GitHub Cloud, you must configure an OAuth integration in GitHub. Consider configuring the OAuth integration using a service account with access to all teams and repositories in the organizations you want to show data for in Flow.
- Create an OAuth App for the organization you want to integrate with Flow Enterprise Server according to the steps in the GitHub documentation (external site, opens in new tab).
- In Application name, fill out Flow Enterprise Server Integration, or something similar. If you want to have multiple Flow Enterprise Server integrations, name them so you can differentiate between them later.
- In Homepage URL, fill out the root URL of your Flow Enterprise Server instance. This will look something like
- In Application description add a description of the purpose of the application.
- In Authorization Callback URL, add the URL that GitHub should direct the user browser to after OAuth authentication is complete. This should look something like
https://accounts/complete/github. For example, if your Flow Enterprise Server instance is at
flow.mycompany.com, you would enter
- Once you save this information, find your Client ID and Client secret. If you don't see them, go to the GitHub app settings for this app.
- Add this key and secret pair to the KOTS admin console for Flow Enterprise Server. Learn how to configure Flow Enterprise Server.
- Once this is complete, follow the OAuth connection instructions in the GitHub Cloud setup article to complete your connection.
Note: Once you have your OAuth app authorized in both GitHub and the KOTS admin console, managing your GitHub Cloud integration is identical in Flow Cloud and Flow Enterprise Server.
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