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Connecting GitHub to Gitlab & run CI/CD Pipeline

1. First we have to create personal token key in GitHub. These are the steps to do:

To create personal token Key

  • Login in to GitHub Account

  • Click on Profile on top right side corner of GitHub

  • Click on Settings > Developer settings

  • Click on Personal access tokens from the left side panel

  • Click on Generate new tokens

  • Enter Password and click Confirm password

  • Enter Text in Note,

  • Select days in the Expiration field and Check the required scopes

  • Click on the Generate token button

  • Token is generated

Token: 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

2. Creating Gitlab Account

We can create Gitlab Account with Google Account / GitHub Account/ bitbucket and etc.

  • Here we are going to sign in with Google Account.

  • Click on Google Account and register account and when logging in,

  • Click on join a project when it asks.

  • Now click on Accept terms

  • Now click on Create a project

  • Now click on Run CI/CD for external repository

  • Click on GitHub

Now paste GitHub token generated in Personal Access Token and click on Authenticate

  • Now all repositories are displayed

  • Now select Sample and click on Connect

  • Click on Go to project

  • Click on Enable Auto DevOps

  • Click on Default to Auto DevOps pipeline

  • Select Continuous deployment to production and Click on Save Changes

  • Now Click on Infrastructure on left side of the screen and Click on Connect a cluster

  • And Click on this this repository

  • The screen below will be displayed

  • Now click on CI/CD and Select Pipelines

  • Click on Run Pipeline Button

  • Select Branch from Run for branch name or tag and Click on Run Pipeline button

NOTE*: Gitlab will ask you to connect a credit card to your account in order to validate it, it will not charge your card.

Now you are ready for CI/CD pipeline

Happy Reading

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