Start with Pan-Net GitLab

To use Pan-Net DevOps Space Package you need first DevOps Space product to be activated for you personal or Organization account on Pan-Net’s portal (https://portal.pan-net.cloud).
Steps to perform for DevOps Space product activation are described in [link]

Request for a product, choose it's users (the list of users is available if you have more Pan-Net cloud users in your Organization) and go to the management panel to start using newly available tools.

Please note that a set of functions, available with management panel may differ for different user roles. To be able to manage user access to DevOps Space platforms and resources at least Technical lead role is needed. Read more about user roles here: Users and Roles

This guide describes how to enable Pan-Net GitLab account for your portal account, create repository and start work with it.

User activation

After product ordering process is complete, all the users, selected on the Configuration step will be activated in Pan-Net GitLab.
Activation of Pan-Net GitLab account for new user or deactivation of existing one can be done on My Products/DevOps Space tab of the portal menu.
Select User Management/GitLab tab in the DevOps Space management panel menu on the left. Select users to activate/deactivate from the list of users on the right side (Figure 1)

Figure 1. Select users to activate/deactivate from the list of users in DevOps Space management panel.

Access Pan-Net GitLab Web UI

Ones your account is activated, you can login Pan-Nat GitLab using it's Web interface.

From the portal you can access DevOps Space graphical tools by the URL links in My Products/DevOps Space (Figure 2 )

Figure 2. Follow the URL link on the Pan-Net portal to open a window for the GitLab web iui

Click the Url link in GitLab section. On the GitLab login screen that shows enter your user name (e-mail address) and your password. Use Pan-Net portal credentials.

Work with GitLab

You can start using full functionality of GitLab Enterprise edition now.

Create a project, add your own or generate a new SSH public key for secure authorization, initialize repository and start publishing code.

You can get more information about GitLab functionality in official user documentation.