Where can I setup a subdomain?
Just go to your GitLab app in the NWS Customer Interface and click on "Settings". Open the "CNAME"- tab and fill in your subdomain.
Is it possible to setup a Customer Domain?
Yes, this is possible.
For this, the following things must be fulfilled /accomplished:
- Domain must belong to you
- You must set an A-record to IP 220.127.116.11 for the domain name
- You enter this in our NWS Customer interface at your GitLab app under "Settings"
- You specify if you want to have a Let's encrypt certificate or an SSL certificate
Do you provide OAuth for user integration?
Yes, GitLab provides OAuth for an easy user integration. Just go to your GitLab app in the NWS Customer Interface and click on "Settings". You can drop your OAuth credentials to use the pre-configured providers (GitHub, Twitter, Goolge, Facebook, GitLab.com, BitBucket, AzureAD, ADFS) at "External authentication with OAuth".
Where can I trigger an update of my Runner?
Just go to your GitLab app in the NWS Customer Interface and click on "Settings". Scrawl down to "Update GitLab Runner" and push the button.
Where can I see the remaining storage volume?
Just go to your GitLab app in the NWS Customer Interface and click on "Usage".
Where can I upgrade to a bigger plan?
Just go to your GitLab app in the NWS Customer Interface and click on "Manage contract". Here you can upgrade to Advanced or Premium plan. If the Premium plan is no longer sufficient, contact us via email@example.com and we will provide you with a customized solution on OpenStack.
Where can I change the title of my GitLab instance?
Just go to your GitLab app in the NWS Customer Interface and click on "Manage contract". Here you can change the title of your GitLab instance
Is access via SSH possible?
No, it´s not possible. You can only access your GitLab via https.
But you can use Git's credential.helper for effortless access. Just set this up once and you won't have to enter your credentials (username + PW) every time. You can do your Git pulls and Git pushes comfortably that way.
If access via SSH is essential for you, we can set up a custom GitLab instance on our OpenStack.
Here, the resources (CPU, RAM, storage) can be freely determined and adapted at any time.
Features that are not possible in our standardized SaaS app can also be implemented here (e.g. access via SSH, GitLab pages, self-selected update period, freely selectable backup cycle).
There is no contract period and billing is based on the resources used and the support time provided (which is accounted for separately in contrast to our SaaS offer). Just write us here, if this sounds interesting for you.