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.
- Go to the Account Settings
- Go to the tab Nodes
Require a request to expose this feature on your account. Contact with us to enable this feature.
- Click on the button ADD YOUR NODE Codefresh lets you use your own host as a node 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.
You need to provide the public IP address of the node.