Who we are
GitLab is a single application designed for all stages of the DevOps lifecycle so that Product, Development, QA, Security, and Operations teams can work concurrently on the same project.
GitLab can significantly reduce cycle time and help teams focus exclusively on building great software quickly. GitLab provides teams a single data store, one user interface, and one permission model across the DevOps lifecycle.
Built on Open Source, GitLab leverages the community contributions of thousands of developers and millions of users to continuously deliver new DevOps innovations.
More than 100,000 organisations from start-ups to global enterprise organisations, including Ticketmaster, ING, NASDAQ, Alibaba, Sony, and Intel use GitLab to deliver great software at new speeds.
GitLab reimagines the scope of DevOps tooling to include developers, operations, and security teams in one single application. Dramatically reducing friction, increasing collaboration and driving a competitive advantage. Doing away with context switching and having all of the necessary information in one place closes the loop and enables a better understanding of each team’s needs. GitLab releases a new version on the 22nd of every month, based on features that are ready to release, which enable a rapid iteration and roll out of the vision gradually over the year. Embracing the feedback from customers, GitLab makes adjustments to their plans continuously.
A few key differentiators about GitLab:
Complete DevOps out of the box – making it possible to plan, build, test, package, configure, deploy and monitor an application in its entirety without having to integrate with or use any external tools (other than your Kubernetes cluster).
- Review Apps – automatically deploying an app to an ephemeral dynamic environment every time you push a new branch to GitLab. Review Apps are automatically linked to merge requests making it frictionless to validate merges as live running apps.
- Built-in Docker registry – enabling automatic storing and tagging of images, making it easy for developers to code, test and deploy Docker container images using GitLab CI and other Docker-compatible tooling
- Every change is automatically fully traceable – back to the merge request, from dev all the way into operations.
- Sophisticated pipelines as code – residing in the repository next to application code. In these pipelines build steps can be set to run (or not) based on the branches that triggered it, which can be tightly controlled to only allow changes by specific groups or individuals.
- Concurrent DevOps – enabling teams to work on their related pipeline stages concurrently. No need to wait for handoffs between other tools.
- Truly transparent – customers can trust GitLab. Customers can co-create their solution. Everyone can contribute.
- Large number of contributors – enabling high
Customers pay one price for complete DevOps functionality.
What people are saying?
A single application is appealing because I don’t have to integrate. Plus, it’s much easier to do analytics and compliance!
GitLab’s Auto DevOps is rad. Go from code to running in production Kubernetes in moments. Each merge request spins up a review of changes live, onto production.
Case studies about CNCF, Ticketmaster, Cern, Paessler AG, Equinix, University of Washington, Vaadin, Fabio Akita, Lukkien, Oohlala Mobile, Charge, Cognitive Logic, and Captain Train can be found here.
How does our solution work?
GitLab is the first single application for software development, security, and operations that enables Concurrent DevOps, making the software lifecycle three times faster and radically improving the speed of business. GitLab provides solutions for all the stages of the DevOps lifecycle: plan, create, verify, package, release, configure, monitor.
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