GitHub Integrations


Several integrations are available between Service Manager and GitHub using Microsoft Power Automate workflows.

To find out more, see the relevant documentation.

Integrations between Service Manager and GitHub

What are your needs? Which integration to choose? Which actions are performed by the flow?
Monitor Service Manager change requests in GitHub when they are associated with Service Manager release projects GitHub integration (via Microsoft Power Automate)
  • Create an issue automatically in GitHub when a change request is associated with a Service Manager release project
  • Close the change request automatically in Service Manager when the issue is closed in GitHub and store the closing comment of the GitHub issue
Create a notification in Service Manager tickets when review comments are approved in GitHub GitHub integration (via Microsoft Power Automate) - Approve a review
  • Create an action automatically in the timeline of the Service Manager ticket, together with the review comment and a direct link to the pull request
  • Save the pull request number in the Service Manager ticket
Create a notification in Service Manager tickets when merge comments are added to GitHub pull requests GitHub integration (via Microsoft Power Automate) - Merge a pull request
  • Create an action automatically in the timeline of the Service Manager ticket, together with the merge date, comment and a direct link to the pull request
Alert users in charge of pull requests when Service Manager tickets are closed but the GitHub pull request is not merged GitHub integration (via Microsoft Power Automate) - Close a Service Manager ticket associated with a pull request
  • Notify the user in charge by email automatically, together with a direct link to the non-merged pull request
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Integrations between Service Manager, Azure DevOps and GitHub

What are your needs? Which integration to choose? Which actions are performed by the flow?
Create a notification in Service Manager tickets when GitHub pull requests are closed and change the status of the Azure DevOps Bug work item automatically to Closed GitHub integration (via Microsoft Power Automate) - Close a pull request
  • Change the status of the Azure DevOps Bug work item associated with the Service Manager ticket automatically to Closed
  • Create an action automatically in the timeline of the Service Manager ticket, together with the closing date, a comment and a direct link to the pull request
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