Grant amazee.io access to your git repository

Amazee.io needs read access on the git repositories which need to be deployed. Also you need to setup a Webhook to inform Amazee.io about repository pushes. To support you in getting this permissions aligned please follow following guide:

Github - Code Access

  1. Navigate to the Github Repository which will be deployed to amazee.io

  2. Navigate to Settings

  3. On the Settings page navigate to Collaborators

  4. Grant amazeeio-deploy access to the repository

  5. Afterwards it will take several minutes until the invitation for the repository has been accepted

  6. If everything is okay you'll see that the Copy invite link button has disappeared now you're good to start deploying to amazee.io

  7. Yay! amazee.io can now access your sourcecode. You are not quite done yet. Read on and add also the Webhook to the repository.

Github - Webhook

You need to add a webhook to your Github repository to inform amazee.io that code has been pushed.

  1. Click on Webhooks

  2. Click Add webhook

  3. Add the Payload URL : https://deploy.amazeeio.cloud/github-webhook/ and click Add webhook

  4. Check that there is a green checkmark next to your newly created webhook. This tells you that everything works as planned and the creation of the webhook has been successful.

Gitlab - Code Access

  1. Navigate to the Gitlab Repository which will be deployed to amazee.io

  2. On the top right corner slick on the gear icon and then Members

  3. Search for the user amazeeio-deploy

  4. Select user amazeeio-deploy and grant reporter privileges

  5. Verify that the user has been added to your git repository. you're good to go ahead and start you first deployment

Gitlab - Webhook

  1. On the top right corner click the gear icon and then Webhooks

  2. Add the URL : https://deploy.amazeeio.cloud/gitlab/build_now

  3. Make sure Push events is selected and click Add Webhook

  4. Click Test

    Please note, until the repo is associated with a sitegroup, this test will fail.

Bitbucket - Code Access

  1. Navigate to the Bitbucket Repository which will be deployed to Amazee.io

  2. On the left side click on Settings

  3. Navigate to Access management

  4. Under Users add the user amazeeio-deploy and add read permission for that user

  5. Afterwards you should see the User in the List with the appropriate access permission

  6. Yay! amazee.io can now access your sourcecode. You are not quite done yet. Read on and add also the Webhook to the repository.

Bitbucket - Webhook

You need to add a webhook to your Bitbucket repository to inform amazee.io that code has been pushed.

  1. Click on Webhooks
  2. Click on Add Webhook
  3. Choose a Title and add the Webhook url https://deploy.amazeeio.cloud/bitbucket-hook/ You don't need to change SSL/TLS or Triggers default values are fine. When you're done click Save
  4. You get back to the overview where you can see the newly created webhook.

Other / Generic Git Hosting

You're using a private installation of GitLab, AWS Git repositories or something else we didn't come up with yet?

No worries, we only need read access on the repository so we will provide you with a SSH Public Key which then needs to be granted access.

Feel free to get in touch with us on slack or via support@amazee.io and we help you getting the repository access in line.

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