GitLab Enterprise Edition
Read more about GitLab at about.gitlab.com.
GitLab is open source software to collaborate on code.
Manage git repositories with fine grained access controls that keep your code secure.
Perform code reviews and enhance collaboration with merge requests.
Each project can also have an issue tracker and a wiki.
Used by more than 100,000 organizations, GitLab is the most popular solution to manage git repositories on-premises.
GitLab Enterprise Edition documentation
- Account Security Securing your account via two-factor authentication, etc.
- API Automate GitLab via a simple and powerful API.
CI/CD GitLab Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD) getting started,
.gitlab-ci.ymloptions, and examples.
- Custom templates for issues and merge requests Pre-fill the description of issues and merge requests to your liking.
- GitLab as OAuth2 authentication service provider. It allows you to login to other applications from GitLab.
- Container Registry Learn how to use GitLab Container Registry.
- GitLab basics Find step by step how to start working on your commandline and on GitLab.
- GitLab Pages Using GitLab Pages.
- Importing to GitLab Import your projects from GitHub, Bitbucket, GitLab.com, FogBugz and SVN into GitLab.
- Importing and exporting projects between instances.
- Koding Learn how to use Koding, the online IDE.
- Markdown GitLab's advanced formatting system.
- Migrating from SVN Convert a SVN repository to Git and GitLab.
- Permissions Learn what each role in a project (external/guest/reporter/developer/master/owner) can do.
- Profile Settings
- Project Services Integrate a project with external services, such as CI and chat.
- Public access Learn how you can allow public and internal access to projects.
- SSH Setup your ssh keys and deploy keys for secure access to your projects.
- Webhooks Let GitLab notify you when new code has been pushed to your project.
- Workflow Using GitLab functionality and importing projects from GitHub and SVN.
- University Learn Git and GitLab through videos and courses.
Git Attributes Managing Git attributes using a
- Git cheatsheet Download a PDF describing the most used Git operations.
- Upload your GitLab License Upload the license you purchased for GitLab Enterprise Edition to unlock its features.
- Audit Events Check how user access changed in projects and groups.
- Access restrictions Define which Git access protocols can be used to talk to GitLab
- Authentication/Authorization Configure external authentication with LDAP, SAML, CAS and additional Omniauth providers.
- Changing the appearance of the login page Make the login page branded for your GitLab instance.
- Custom git hooks Custom git hooks (on the filesystem) for when webhooks aren't enough.
- Email Email GitLab users from GitLab
- Push Rules Advanced push rules for your project.
- Help message Set information about administrators of your GitLab instance.
- Install Requirements, directory structures and installation from source.
- Integration How to integrate with systems such as JIRA, Redmine, LDAP and Twitter.
- Restart GitLab Learn how to restart GitLab and its components.
- Issue closing pattern Customize how to close an issue from commit messages.
- Koding Set up Koding to use with GitLab.
- Web terminals Provide terminal access to environments from within GitLab.
- Libravatar Use Libravatar instead of Gravatar for user avatars.
- Log system Log system.
- Environment Variables to configure GitLab.
- Operations Keeping GitLab up and running.
- Raketasks Backups, maintenance, automatic webhook setup and the importing of projects.
- Repository checks Periodic Git repository checks.
- Repository storages Manage the paths used to store repositories.
- Security Learn what you can do to further secure your GitLab instance.
- System hooks Notifications when users, projects and keys are changed.
- Update Update guides to upgrade your installation.
- Welcome message Add a custom welcome message to the sign-in page.
- Reply by email Allow users to comment on issues and merge requests by replying to notification emails.
- Migrate GitLab CI to CE/EE Follow this guide to migrate your existing GitLab CI data to GitLab CE/EE.
- Downgrade back to CE Follow this guide if you need to downgrade from EE to CE.
- git-annex configuration
- Git LFS configuration
- Housekeeping Keep your Git repository tidy and fast.
- GitLab Pages configuration Configure GitLab Pages.
- Elasticsearch Enable Elasticsearch.
- GitLab GEO Configure GitLab GEO, a secondary read-only GitLab instance.
- GitLab Performance Monitoring Configure GitLab and InfluxDB for measuring performance metrics.
- Request Profiling Get a detailed profile on slow requests.
- Monitoring uptime Check the server status using the health check endpoint.
- Debugging Tips Tips to debug problems when things go wrong
- Sidekiq Troubleshooting Debug when Sidekiq appears hung and is not processing jobs.
- High Availability Configure multiple servers for scaling or high availability.
- Container Registry Configure Docker Registry with GitLab.
- Multiple mountpoints for the repositories storage Define multiple repository storage paths to distribute the storage load.
- Repository restrictions Define size restrictions for your repositories to limit the space they occupy in your storage device. Includes LFS objects.