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A full DevOps toolchain.*

GitLab is a complete DevOps platform, delivered as a single application. From project planning and source code management to CI/CD, monitoring, and security.

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Manage your toolchain before it manages you

Reduce toolchain complexity for improved software delivery and quality.

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200% Faster DevOps Lifecycle

From project planning and source code management to CI/CD and monitoring, GitLab is a complete DevOps platform, delivered as a single application. Only GitLab enables Concurrent DevOps to make the software lifecycle 200% faster.

GitLab is a complete DevOps platform, delivered as a single application.

GitLab could replace

Work Concurrently, No More Handoffs

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Dev, QA, Security and Operations are part of a single conversation throughout the lifecycle. Detect problems earlier by ‘shifting them to the left’ and solving them without delays.

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Teams work at the same time instead of waiting for Security, QA, and Operations handoffs because teams are backlogged.

Integrated teams working together

GitLab is the first single application built from the ground up for all stages of the DevOps lifecycle for Product, Development, QA, Security, and Operations teams to work concurrently on the same project. GitLab enables teams to collaborate and work from a single conversation, instead of managing multiple threads across disparate tools. GitLab provides teams a single data store, one user interface, and one permission model across the DevOps lifecycle allowing teams to collaborate, significantly reducing cycle time and focus exclusively on building great software quickly.

The easiest way to deploy cloud native applications

GitLab’s Kubernetes integration makes it easy to create and configure clusters. With Auto DevOps, GitLab automatically configures CI/CD pipelines to build, test, verify, and deploy applications to Kubernetes.

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New features every month

GitLab 12.1 released with Parallel Merge Trains, Merge Requests for Confidential Issues, Automated Let's Encrypt certificates for GitLab Pages and much more!

What everyone's saying...

Moving into a system like GitLab will help any organization or enterprise to get into DevOps methodology and continuously improve the deployment workflows to achieve quality, agility, and self-serviceability.

Bala Kannan, Senior Software Engineer

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With GitLab, we finally had a single tool that not only aligned to divergent engineering workflows, but also allowed for meaningful continuous integration.

Bri Hatch, Director of IT

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The Best Tool for CI/CD and more.

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GitLab has scaled to effectively host over 10,000 projects, representing roughly 400 GB of data, on one instance with the same speed and quality of the first project.

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GitLab takes the culture of the community and brings it to where you can actually codify how humans can interact together well. That’s difficult to capture, and I think GitLab does a really excellent job of not forcing people but really encouraging a collaborative beneficial work environment.

Chris McClimans, Cross-Cloud CI Project Co-founder

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Things were looking pretty scrappy for our CI pipeline only a few months ago. Now it is a whole different ballgame. If your team is looking for a way to breathe fresh life into a legacy CI pipeline, I suggest taking a look at GitLab CI. It has been a real game changer for our mobile team at Ticketmaster.

Jeff Kelsy, Android Developer

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[With GitLab] The amount of effort involved in actually getting to the newest version that you’re supposed to be testing, whether you’re a developer or a QA engineer, is minimized immensely.” QA engineer’s tasks – about an hour a day in total – have been slashed to 30 seconds, a 120x speed increase.

Greg Campion, Senior Systems Administrator

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Essentially, we look at GitLab as a building block, and we just build whatever we need on top of it. Whether it’s a wiki or a custom integration, GitLab helps create an engineering culture.

Jared Short, Director of Innovation

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The significant improvement that we’ve seen is a huge increase in the visibility of what is changing in the code. It’s become easier to track what’s being changed, by whom, and for what purpose. We now have this record of all of the questions that are asked about changes in the code, why changes are made and can more easily identify mistakes.

Alexandre Lossent, Version Control Systems Service Manager, CERN IT department

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GitLab supports development teams with a well-documented installation and configuration processes, an easy-to-follow UI, and a flexible per-seat pricing model that supports self service. GitLab’s vision is to serve enterprise-scale, integrated software development teams that want to spend more time writing code and less time maintaining their tool chain.

Forrester

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GitLab is a "Strong Performer" in The Forrester New Wave: Value Stream Management Tools, Q3 2018. According to the report, "GitLab combines end-to-end capability with the power of open source. GitLab offers a DevOps tool for each step of the software development process. Top-level views sitting across these tools provide its VSM functionalities."

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Gartner Cites GitLab as a Niche Player in MQ for ARO.

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