The authentication graphs break down the rates at which users and applications are authenticating to the GitHub Enterprise appliance. We also track the protocol or service type such as Git or API for the authentications, which is useful in identifying broad user activity trends. The authentication graphs can help find interesting trends or timeframes to look at when diving deeper into authentication and API request logs.
LDAP graphs will only display data if LDAP Authentication is enabled on the GitHub Enterprise appliance. These graphs can help to identify slow responses from your LDAP server, as well as the overall volume of LDAP password based authentications.
team, and net
new_membersrecords which were synchronized via the LDAP Synchronization feature, when the feature is enabled.
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