- What is OpenShift
- Use OpenShift to run GitLab Self-Managed
- Deploy to and integrate with OpenShift from GitLab
- Use OpenShift to run a GitLab Runner Fleet
- Unsupported GitLab features
OpenShift - GitLab compatibility can be addressed in three different aspects. This page helps navigating between these aspects and provides introductory information for getting started with OpenShift and GitLab.
OpenShift helps you to develop, deploy, and manage container-based applications. It provides you with a self-service platform to create, modify, and deploy applications on demand, thus enabling faster development and release life cycles.
Running GitLab within an OpenShift cluster is officially supported using the GitLab Operator. You can learn more on setting up GitLab on OpenShift on the GitLab Operator’s documentation. Some components (documented on the GitLab Operator doc) are not supported yet.
Deploying custom or COTS applications on top of OpenShift from GitLab is supported using the GitLab agent.
The GitLab Operator does not include the GitLab Runner. To install and manage a GitLab Runner fleet in an OpenShift cluster, use the GitLab Runner Operator.
- License Compliance
- Code Quality scanning
- Operational Container Scanning (Note: Pipeline Container Scanning is supported)
When using OpenShift to run a GitLab Runner Fleet, we do not support some GitLab features given OpenShift’s security model. Features requiring Docker-in-Docker might not work.
For Auto DevOps, the following features are not supported yet:
- Auto Code Quality
- Auto License Compliance
- Auto Browser Performance Testing
- Auto Build