Share specific files and folders from your Git repository
Sturdy allows you to share only parts of your Git repository. This way you can get external help with your project without the need to share all sources within a repository. Sturdy acts as a filter between Git and contributors eliminating the need for full clones of the repository on developer workstations. Each local change is securely integrated with the rest of the repository in real time.
Role-based access control
Setup roles and access control lists that suit your organization. Sturdy allows you to create inclusion and exclusion filters per role. Collaborators will only see files and folders matching your access control lists.
Plugs into your existing workflow
Sturdy integrates with your existing Git workflow. There is no need to split your repository in order to protect the sensitive parts of your codebase. Sturdy integrates with GitHub and sits between your repository and contributors, enabling partial access to the Git repository. Such granular authorization would normally be impossible with pure Git.
Pull Request contributions without access to your repository
Sturdy creates Pull Requests on behalf of your contributors. This way code changes can be integrated and reviewed without the need to add third party developers to your codebase. At the same time, collaborators can see test results from your existing Continuous Integration pipelines, no additional setup needed.
How it works
Sturdy sits between your Git repository and contributors in order to provide access control for individual files and directories.
Designed for your enterprise needs
Sturdy combines the strengths of Git compatibility with robust access control and monitoring.
Least Privilege Principle
Protect your Intellectual Property by staying in control over access to sources. Limit the exposure in the event of a developer workstation being compromised.
No need to split your repository and deal with code or artefact dependencies. No need to configure Git submodules or subtrees. No need to create new CI pipelines. Sturdy plugs into your existing workflow.
Code review and collaboration
Sturdy offers a number of review and collaboration tools for sharing feedback and helping one another.
Run on your hardware
Sturdy can be installed on your own hardware that you control.
Integrates with a number of identity providers: OAuth, SAML, Active Directory.
Sturdy provides usage and access logs appropriate for compliance and regulatory needs.