GitHub Actions is the continuous integration tool provided by GitHub. It allows you to build, test, and deploy your application using automated jobs that are triggered manually or as a consequence of various interactions with your GitHub repository.
It is assumed you already have an active GitHub account and a repository with a working GitHub Actions configuration.
You should also add at least one Code deployment based on a GitHub repository so that we may use it as a source of GitHub Actions builds.
Configuring the integration
Once the integration is successful, find the Impact sources section in the sidebar and click the + Add link nested under that section.
Select GitHub from the dropdown and continue by clicking Enable and add.
Give this build tracking instance a name and select which build or job inside a build should be used to base the impact measurements on.
That's it! Sleuth will now start verifying your deploys health by tracking whether the selected build/job is passing or failing. Head over to the Dashboard to start seeing your data in action in the project and deploy health graphs.