Introduced in GitLab 14.9.
Use Harbor as the container registry for your GitLab project.
Harbor is an open source registry that can help you manage artifacts across cloud native compute platforms, like Kubernetes and Docker.
This integration can help you if you need GitLab CI/CD and a container image repository.
In the Harbor instance, ensure that:
- The project to be integrated has been created.
- The signed-in user has permission to pull, push, and edit images in the Harbor project.
GitLab supports integrating Harbor projects at the group or project level. Complete these steps in GitLab:
- On the top bar, select Menu > Projects and find your project.
- On the left sidebar, select Settings > Integrations.
- Select Harbor.
- Turn on the Active toggle under Enable Integration.
- Provide the Harbor configuration information:
Harbor URL: The base URL of Harbor instance which is being linked to this GitLab project. For example,
Harbor project name: The project name in the Harbor instance. For example,
- Username: Your username in the Harbor instance, which should meet the requirements in prerequisites.
- Password: Password of your username.
- Harbor URL: The base URL of Harbor instance which is being linked to this GitLab project. For example,
- Select Save changes.
After the Harbor integration is activated:
- The global variables
$HARBOR_PROJECTare created for CI/CD use.
- The project-level integration settings override the group-level integration settings.
For each API request through the Harbor integration, the credentials for your connection to the Harbor API use
username:password combination. The following are suggestions for safe use:
- Use TLS on the Harbor APIs you connect to.
- Follow the principle of least privilege (for access on Harbor) with your credentials.
- Have a rotation policy on your credentials.