This repo sends a GitHub webhook to a private server with the OpenZiti Webhook Action over a zero trust, private network based on OpenZiti . Do this f

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This repo sends a GitHub webhook to a private server with the OpenZiti Webhook Action over a zero trust, private network based on OpenZiti .

Do this first: there's a button in the GitHub UI to "Use this template" which will give you a blank commit history in a repo generated from this one. Clone your new repo and follow the steps below in your Git working copy directory.

You might prefer to self-host your network or you may use the network provided by the Ziti Edge Developer Sandbox (ZEDS). Self-hosting means you won't need to sign up for anything and you'll have full transparency of the open source software and total control of the network. ZEDS requires a painless and free-forever signup for a private developer sandbox on shared servers and does provide end to end encryption like all OpenZiti Networks.

The steps for this hosting option will guide you to self-host an OpenZiti Network by following the "Run on your own server" quickstart.

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