Codefresh Hybrid installation (legacy)

Add your own Node to run/build containers

Note that this page is now describing the legacy hybrid mode. For the new version look at behind-the-firewall documentation.

Codefresh lets you use your own host as a node to run/build containers.

  1. go to your Account Configuration, by clicking on Account Settings on the left sidebar
  1. Select Nodes from the left sidebar.

Hybrid nodes are only available to enterprise customers. Contact us us to enable this feature.

Adding a hybrid build node

Adding a hybrid build node
  1. Click on the button ADD YOUR NODE Codefresh lets you use your own host as a build agent to run/build containers. In order to do this, you have to first install the Codefresh Agent on your machine.

The following Linux distributions are supported:

  • Ubuntu 14.04, 15.04, 16.04
  • Debian 8
  • Centos 7+
  • RedHat Linux 7
  • Fedora 21, 22

In order for Codefresh to communicate with the Docker daemon running on your node, port tcp:2376 should be open on your node’s firewall.

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Note: You need to provide the public IP address of the node.