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Last Updated: Mar. 30, 2022

Integrate Coralogix with your GitLab deployment pipelines

Coralogix supports integration with GitLab webhooks, use webhooks to inform Coralogix when a new build is issued.

First, log in to GitLab using your Credentials, and navigate to your project page.

Go to Settings -> Integrations

Add the following URL:

https://ng-api-http.CLUSTER/api/v1/external/gitlab?application=APPLICATION_NAME&subsystem=SUBSYSTEM_NAME&name=TAG_NAME

where

CLUSTER – depends on the team’s region. Choose from the list below:

RegionCluster
Europe (.com)coralogix.com
US (.us)coralogix.us
India (.in)app.coralogix.in
Sweden (.eu2.)eu2.coralogix.com
Singapore (sg.com)coralogixsg.com

APPLICATION_NAME – the application name (mandatory)
SUBSYSTEM_NAME – the subsystem name (mandatory). You can add more than 1 subsystem name separated by a comma.
TAG_NAME – the tag name (if it is not set then values are taken from GitLab payload fields: project.name and object_attributes.ref – see GitLab documentation for more details)

Add the Secret token which is the API key from Coralogix –> Data Flow –> API Keys –> Alerts, Rules and Tags API Key

Coralogix Alerts API key

Next, select Pipeline events, and save:

coralogix integration to Gitlab

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