Step 1: Adding a Git Application

To add a Git application:

  1. In the Management Console, click Settings -> Destinations ->Add Application.
  2. Select Git Server.
  3. Add a meaningful name for the application.

Local Address And Port

  1. Add domain or IP address. Specify the application’s Local Domain/FQDN/IP address that is visible to the connector for the network segment.
  2. Specify the port for the application as an integer. This setting pre-populates with a default port which can be edited:
  • 80 - for HTTP
  • 443 - for HTTPS
  • 22 - for SSH
  • 3389 – for Remote Desktop
  • 9418 for Git
  1. From the Connector zone drop-down menu, select a connector zone within the same network segment or that has access to the application. For more information about connector zones, click here.
  2. Click Next.

Git Path

  1. Enter the Git path. This is the repo path provided by Git.
  2. Click Next.


  1. Click the Identity Provider drop-down menu to select an Identity Provider that will manage authentication for this application.
  2. Click Next.

Application Tags (Optional)

Tags help creating policy rules fast and efficiently for groups of applications. Click here to learn about creating application tags.

  1. Start typing to create new tags, or choose from the Tags drop-down menu.
  2. Click Finish.
  3. Next Steps: Step 2: Adding a Git Profile.



To commit your changes, navigate to the top-right menu, click Apply Changes, then select Commit Changes.