- Backup and restore
- Developer Tooling
- Known limitations
The GitLab Operator is an installation and management method that follows the Kubernetes Operator pattern.
Use the GitLab Operator to run GitLab in OpenShift or on another Kubernetes-compatible platform.
Instructions on how to install the GitLab Operator can be found our installation document.
You should also be aware of the considerations for SSH access to Git, especially when using OpenShift.
Operator upgrades documentation demonstrates how to upgrade the GitLab Operator.
GitLab upgrades documentation demonstrates how to upgrade a GitLab instance, managed by the GitLab Operator.
Backup and restore documentation demonstrates how to back up and restore a GitLab instance that is managed by the Operator.
- Developer guide: Outlines the project structure and how to contribute.
- Versioning and Release Info: Records notes concerning versioning and releasing the operator.
- Design decisions: This projects makes use of Architecture Descision Records, detailing the structure, functionality, and feature implementation of this Operator.
- OpenShift Cluster Setup: Instructions for creating/configuring OpenShift clusters for Development purposes.
Below are known limitations of the GitLab Operator.
Below is a list of unsupported components:
- Spamcheck: #624
Below is a list of components that are not yet recommended for production when deployed by the GitLab Operator:
- KAS: #353