GitLab is an open source online and self-hosted service for managing your Git projects, complete with code navigation, wikis, and ticket tracking. It’s a popular option for companies and organizations. It comes with a powerful Git hosting service the companies can put under their control.
Developed on the basis of Git version control system, GitLab is one of the best web platforms for hosting project source codes. Therefore, GitLab is a very good alternative to other Git management services.
Although you might think that deploying GitLab requires tech skills, with Bunnyshell, you are a few clicks away from deploying the app in AWS. In this tutorial, we are going to show you, step-by-step, how to deploy GitLab in AWS.
Let’s get started!
How to deploy GitLab in AWS with Bunnyshell:
Step 1: Log into Bunnyshell and open the Dashboard. Take a look at the easy-to-use interface. You will see, on the left side of the screen, the main menu. You should also be able to see environments (company projects like production, management), resources, and one-click apps (apps like Joomla, Drupal, MediaWiki that are optimized and ready to deploy).
Step 2: Look for RESOURCES and click on One-Click Apps.
Step 3: Once you get here, to the One-Click Apps, all you have to do is select the one you need. If you can’t find it, feel free to use the search bar. Click on GitLab, and you will be redirected to its page.
Step 4: Check out the key features and read the requirements. Launch the app in the cloud, once you are done.
Step 5: In this step you need to fill in the required info. Give the app a name, choose a location, a virtual network, and a server size.
Step 6: Done? Now, all you have to do is to click on DEPLOY. You will be redirected to a page where you can see that GitLab is deploying. You can click on View logs to see how the app is deployed.
You deployed the app, and it is ready to be used. You can make changes any time you want!