A Brief Guide to GitLab CI Runners and Executors

If you wish to create your own infrastructure for running GitLab CI jobs, you need to host your own GitLab Runners. But which executor to select? Shell, SSH, or Docker? Or something else?

GitLab CI employs a different architecture, compared to the default installation of more traditional CI servers, like Jenkins. In a nutshell, the GitLab server will always delegate the work of actually running a job to a GitLab Runner…

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DevOps can help you deliver more business value. It is not always easy but certainly possible.

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