GitLab has wiki and online editing, issue tracking, CI/CD, and other features that support hundreds of CI/CD open source projects simultaneously, consistent tools across repositories, and support for external repositories such as GitHub or BitBucket.
GitLab is a complete open DevOps platform that can be used as a single application. From design to development, GitLab helps teams reduce work cycles from weeks to minutes, reducing development costs and time-to-market, while increasing developer productivity.
Increase Operational Efficiencies
GitLab helps teams manage and optimize the software delivery lifecycle with built-in matrics and value streams to streamline and increase the speed of delivery.
GitLab implements project portfolio planning and management through epics, groups (programs), and milestones. Regardless of the approach used from Waterfall to DevOps, GitLab's simple and flexible planning tools meet the needs of small teams to large enterprises, helping teams do the right thing at the right time, maintaining end-to-end visibility and issue traceability throughout the life cycle from design to production.
Maintaining the quality of production code through automated testing and reporting, GitLab's industry-leading CI capabilities enable automated testing, Static Analysis Security Testing, Dynamic Analysis Security testing, and code quality analysis, providing developers and testers with rapid feedback on code quality.
Using GitLab's built-in package management to create a consistent and reliable software supply chain, GitLab makes it easy for teams to package their applications and their dependencies, manage containers, and build artifacts. The built-in container and package registry can be activated anytime and work seamlessly with GitLab's source code management and CI/CD pipelines.
GitLab provides Static Application Security Testing (SAST), Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST), Container Scanning, and Dependency Scanning to ensure application compliance.
GitLab's integrated CD solution allows you to send code with zero touch, automating the release and delivery of applications, shortening work cycles, simplifying manual processes, and speeding up teams. With zero-touch continuous delivery (CD) built into the pipeline, deployments can be automated across multiple environments and systems needlessly - even for more advanced models like canary deployments.
GitLab helps teams configure and manage application environments. With the ability to integrate powerfully with Kubernetes, it reduces the work required to define and configure infrastructure for your applications. Protect infrastructure configuration information (such as passwords and login information) by using "secret variables" to restrict access.
Effectively reduce the severity and frequency of error events, so you can distribute the software as you wish.
GitLab provides Cloud Native Protection, including unified policy management, container scanning, and container network and host security.