This repository collects GitLab’s official Helm charts from their individual
repos and automatically publish them to our Helm repo, located at
charts.gitlab.io. Helm is a
package manager for Kubernetes, making it easier to deploy, upgrade, and
maintain software like GitLab.
IMPORTANT: Before using the
gitlab/gitlab chart for a production-grade implementation, please read the GitLab Helm chart documentation. Detailed installation instructions can be found there.
The charts collected and published currently by this repository are the following:
|gitlab||GA||Deploy the GitLab application.|
|gitlab-agent||GA||Deploys the GitLab Agent for Kubernetes.|
|gitlab-runner||GA||Deploys the GitLab CI/CD Runner.|
|gitlab-omnibus||Deprecated||Replaced by the GitLab Chart.|
|kubernetes-gitlab-demo||Deprecated||Should not be used.|
|auto-deploy-app||Deprecated||Replaced by Auto DevOps inline chart.|
|plantuml||Deprecated||GitLab.com uses tanka-deployments|
|knative||Deprecated||Deprecated in GitLab 15.0. formerly used for the GitLab knative one click install as part of removed GitLab Serverless|
|elastic-stack||Deprecated||Used for the Elastic Stack managed application|
|apparmor||Deprecated||Deprecated and formerly used for the AppArmor profile loader and Pod Security Policies|
More information is available in our chart documentation.
To use the charts, the Helm tool must be installed and initialized. The best
place to start is by reviewing the Helm Quick Start Guide.
Installation instructions, including configuration options, can be found in our documentation.
Issues related to the Charts can be logged for the respective chart at: https://gitlab.com/groups/gitlab-org/charts/-/issues
We welcome contributions and improvements. The source repo for our Helm Charts can be found here: https://gitlab.com/charts/charts.gitlab.io
Please see the contribution guidelines