I am fairly experienced with using GitHub for my own personal projects, but I’ve only been pushing code to GitHub servers.
At the company I work at, we use Bitbucket and push code to one of our organization’s internal servers. SourceTree is the app we use to track commits.
I was wondering if the same can be done with GitHub - is it possible to use GitHub to track all project commits in our repo while pushing to a remote that is a server in our organization, rather than pushing to the GitHub server?
For example, we set a a repo that we are able to view on GitHub. But instead of the remote being something like ‘https://github.com/companyName/project.git’, can the remote be a network path to one of our servers like ‘//companyServer/repos/project.git’? If so, how can I set this up?