Seed can easily connect to your GitLab Self-Managed account. This allows you to add a fully-managed CI/CD pipeline for your Serverless apps hosted on GitLab Self-Managed.

Note that, GitLab Self-Managed support is available as a part of our Enterprise plan. You can read more about our pricing plans here.

In this chapter, we’ll look at how to enable GitLab Self-Managed for your organization on Seed.


Start by creating an organization on Seed by following the steps in this chapter.

Add a GitLab OAuth App

Next we’ll create an OAuth app for Seed on GitLab.

  1. Head over to your GitLab Self-Managed Console.

  2. Click on your avatar on the top right and hit Settings.

    Click GitLab Self-Managed settings

  3. Click on Applications.

    Click on Applications

  4. Fill out the form with the following.

    Name: Seed
    Redirect URI:

    Uncheck Confidential

    Check api, read_user and read_repository under Scopes.

    Fill out new Application form

  5. Scroll down and hit Save application.

    Save Application

  6. Copy the Application ID and the Secret.

    Copy the Application ID and Secret

Enable GitLab Self-Managed on Seed

Now head over to your organization settings on Seed. Here you’ll be able to put in your:

  • Organization domain (ex:
  • Application ID & Secret (from above)

Enabled GitLab Self-Managed on Seed

Note that, you’ll need to be on the Enterprise plan to be able to enable GitLab Self-Managed on Seed.