If your organization uses GitHub Enterprise Server, you'll need to use self-host Pull Panda within the same security context so that your Pull Panda instance can send and receive requests from your GitHub Enterprise instance.
Self-hosting Pull Panda provides complete security and ownership over your data. Aside from requests to Slack's API, Pull Panda does not make requests or send data outside of your protected network.
Self-hosting Pull Panda involves a few steps:
We provide a Docker image containing the Pull Panda server.
You create GitHub and Slack apps to obtain API tokens set as environment variables.
You host and run our Docker image however you choose, eg. through a cloud provider like AWS or Google Cloud.
For questions about self-hosting Pull Panda or to start a free trial, please Contact Us.