GitLab Application

Application Information

The following page provides details on domains, networks, IPs, hosting services, and content delivery networks used by GitLab.


GitLab - Logo

GitLab is an issue management, version control, code review, continuous integration, continuous delivery and monitoring system for software developers.

Category Technology
Web Link GitLab - Home Page

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Primary Domains

SaaS - Software-as-a-Service

Applications often use various third party platforms for providing authentication, advertising, cybersecurity, e-mail services and more. The Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platforms used by GitLab are summarized below.

SaaS solutions are often deployed on multiple IPs across different geographical points-of-presence. In addition, it is common for these IP addresses to be shared by multiple applications. A sample IP is provided below.

SaaS # of IPs
Logo Adobe Marketo 5
Logo Discourse 2
Service Category Sample IP IP Count
- Logo Adobe Marketo Advertiser 5 IPs
- Logo Discourse Social Media 2 IPs


Cloud hosting vendors like AWS and Microsoft Azure provide cloud-based computing and network resources to deliver applications. The hosting platforms used by GitLab are summarized below by geographical points-of-presence (PoP). Each PoP can host many IPs to deliver an application. A sample IP is provided.

Cloud Hosts # of IPs
Logo Amazon AWS 34
Logo Google Cloud Platform 30
Host PoP Location Sample IP IPs
- Logo Amazon AWS Ashburn United States 31 IPs
- Logo Amazon AWS Boardman United States 3 IPs
- Logo Google Cloud Platform Council Bluffs United States 7 IPs
- Logo Google Cloud Platform Anycast Global 13 IPs
- Logo Google Cloud Platform Charleston United States 10 IPs

Content Delivery Networks - CDNs

In order to get information to end users more quickly, many applications are distributed from multiple geographical points-of-presence (PoPs) using Content Delivery Networks (CDNs). Each PoP can host many IPs to deliver an application. A sample IP is provided.

Take special note of CDNs that use Anycast technology. Anycast makes it possible to route a single IP address to a variety of different geographic locations. In other words, one global Anycast IP is hosted in multiple geographic locations.

CDNs # of IPs
Logo CloudFlare 74


CDN Network Location Sample IP IPs
- Logo CloudFlare - Logo CloudFlare Global 74 IPs

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