Install GitPitch Enterprise



Step 1. Getting Started

If you have not yet applied for an evaluation or commercial GitPitch Enterprise license please start now by completing the following contact form.


Assuming you have been granted an evaluation or commercial GitPitch Enterprise license please read on. This guide will take you through the steps you need to take in order to download the GitPitch Enterprise image from the Docker Hub registry.


Step 2. Install Docker

GitPitch Enterprise is delivered using Docker container technology.

In order to download GitPitch Enterprise, you first need to have Docker installed on your Linux server. If you do not have Docker installed on your server, please go ahead and install it now. You can find Docker installation instructions here.


Step 3. Create Docker Hub Acount

The GitPitch Enterprise image is maintained in the Docker Hub registry. Therefore, in order to download the image you will need your own free account on Docker Hub. If you do not have an account on Docker Hub, please go ahead and create an account now.


Step 4. Share your Docker Hub ID

Before you can download the image from Docker Hub you must be granted read-access to the GitPitch Enterprise image repository.

For that to happen, you need to share your Docker Hub ID with us. Please send your Docker Hub ID to the following email address. We will use that ID to grant you access to the GitPitch Enterprise image repository.

If more than one Docker Hub account within your organization needs access to the GitPitch Enteprise image repository please supply all relevant IDs. It would be helpful if you could also provide a brief description of your workflow that requires access by multiple accounts.


Step 5. Await Access Confirmation

Once we recieve and process your Docker Hub ID, we will send you an email to confirm your access to the GitPitch Enterprise image repository. As soon as you receive this confirmation message you are then ready to move on to the next step.


Step 6. Login to Docker Hub

You should now have access to the GitPitch Enterprise image repository. Downloading is a two-step process. The first step requires a simple login to Docker Hub from the command line on your host Linux server. You can login using the following command:

docker login

Once you can confirm a successful login move on to the next step.


Step 7. Pull GitPitch Enterprise Image

Following a successful login to Docker Hub you are now ready to download the GitPitch Enterprise image from the Docker Hub registry. To download, use the following command:

docker pull gitpitch/enterprise:latest

Allow the download process to complete. This may take a few minutes the first time you run this command. In the future, you can use this same command to pull any updates to the GitPitch Enterprise image.


Step 8. Verify GitPitch Enterprise Image

Following a successful download, the GitPitch Enterprise image should be visible to Docker on your local server. You can verify the presence of the image using the following command:

docker images

The output generated by that command should confirm the existence of your local copy of the GitPitch Enterprise image. The output should be similar, but not necessarily identical, to the following:

$ docker images

REPOSITORY                   TAG                 IMAGE ID            CREATED             SIZE
gitpitch/enterprise          latest              83447a6c80d6        1 week ago         199MB

Congratulations! If you have reached this point you have completed a successful installation of the GitPitch Enterprise image. You are now ready to move on to launching the server.