Dedicated hardware, fully managed, choice of Datacenter, pay per server.
Your Gitlab instance is hosted on its own server, ensuring that all resources are available to you and no other customers will have an impact on your service.
Deploy your Gitlab instance to your preferred region among the US, EU and AP locations. Facilitating your compliance with GDPR and ensuring the best latency to your environments and teams.
Choose the best location for your Gitlab instance, within EU you can choose London, Paris and Frankfurt, ensuring data is hostedd in your preferred jurisdiction. Furthermore all payments are processed by a fully accredited merchant of record who handles all compliance.
We handle all the server management tasks: regular offsite backups, security patching, upgrading, monitoring, securing the server. We can provide additional security measures depending on the setup used by your team and your requirements.
Our subscription model charges a monthly subscription per server, ensuring a much more affordable and flexible option which won't lock you down on yearly contracts.
Are you moving away from Gitlab.com? We can handle the whole migration to our platform for free. Let us know when you subscribe!
Contact us if you have questions on how to use Gitlab, we're available by email and online chat.
By moving to Hosted Git I was able to try their new managed runners service. By dynamically provisioning new runners depending on pending jobs I was able to scale up the pipeline for a lot of my jobs without spending more in runners.
After the radical and sudden change to Gitlab.com free tier, severely limiting it's use, I was looking at 2000 EUR bill for the yearly subscription or hundreads of man hours to migrate everything away to a new solution. Hosted Git offered me a much better deal for a fraction of the price.
I'be been using Gitlab for the past 5 years, and some of my projects have dozens of active users. From the dev team actively working on the different issues, to the PMs and designers who like keep an eye on progress and participate in the discussions. The new pay per seat model would be uneconomical and force me to consider other options. But by offering a pay per server model, Hosted Git really saved my project.