Gitlab

Gitlab (https://code.oakland.edu) is a source code management and collaboration software that is hosted and operated by Oakland University Technology Services (UTS). Gitlab is available to use for Oakland University staff and faculty with a valid NetID.

This resource is only available on-campus and not available to computers outside of the Oakland University network. There are many other resources available online as a cloud-based solution, although Gitlab should be considered if you have concerns over intellectual property and security.

Oakland University currently runs the Community Edition of Gitlab with available documentation at http://doc.gitlab.com/ce/.

Eligibility

Oakland University’s Gitlab is only available for official University source code and not personal or student course work. Requests can be made to uts@oakland.edu to allow developers access to create their own repositories within Oakland University’s Gitlab service.

Policies and Guidelines

The Gitlab service (https://code.oakland.edu) is provided as a “Good Will Service” with no guarantee of service availability. UTS will provide access and disaster recovery services only.

By accessing and using these resources you agree to use all information technology resources responsibly and in compliance with University policies and guidelines (http://www.oakland.edu/uts/policies).

As a general guideline, do not store any Confidential Data (as defined in university Policy #860 Information Security) or other security related data in the repositories, such as personal data, passwords, and SSL keys. These generally should be kept in a separate and secure location.

Requesting Access

When requesting access, please send the following in an email to uts@oakland.edu , subject GITLAB Request:

  • List of developers needing access
  • Department
  • Purpose of repositories
  • Estimated size of repository data and growth rates per annum
  • Point of contact that can sign off on usage

Gitlab Services Provided

References and Best Practices