You can add data from one or several GitLab self managed instances. For each instance, follow the instructions below.
To include data from GitLab self managed, it must fulfill these requirements:
It must be reachable via a public DNS entry and IP.
It must use HTTPS.
The HTTPS certificate must be valid. Self signed certificates or certificates signed by your own root certificate authority are not accepted.
The firewall has to allow traffic from the public internet. Or you can choose to use a static IP, so you can white list the IPs in the firewall. The Static IPs are 220.127.116.11, 18.104.22.168. When using the static IP, QuotaGuard is used with its privacy and security policy.
The GitLab self managed instance has to be configured first:
Navigate to: Confluence-Settings → Include GitLab
Follow the instructions on that page to configure the GitLab instance
After this configuration, you can use URLs to your GitLab self-managed instance to include files, pull requests and issues
If your GitLab self managed instance is behind a firewall, you use the ‘Static IP’ option to allow list the app. The IP’s used in this case are
22.214.171.124, 126.96.36.199. With the static IP, traffic will be routed via QuotaGuard and it’s privacy and security policy applies.