Using Flow with an internal server or behind a firewall

Tags: Flow

Overview

Many customers host their Git repositories on internal servers using GitHub Enterprise, GitLab, Atlassian, Bitbucket Server, or similar products. Flow needs to be able to access these servers to be able to collect the data used to calculate your metrics.

This can be accomplished securely by allowing access via HTTPS or SSH (recommended) access to internal repositories. This insures that all data transmitted to Flow is done over a secure protocol. 

Setup

  1. On your internal Git server, whitelist Flow’s static IP addresses:
    Flow static IP addresses
    52.89.66.218
    52.88.145.188
    52.34.18.208
    54.185.167.177
    52.12.105.163
    54.148.234.120
    3.132.140.21
    3.128.138.77
    3.129.193.109
  2. Open up a port on your network.
  3. Once we have confirmed a secure connection with Flow, you may import your repos via one of our supported Git hosts or via SSH or HTTPS.  




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