GitLab is an integrated, open source DevOps lifecycle management platform for software development teams to plan, code, test, deploy and monitor product changes within a single application. GitLab allows users to streamline their collaborative workflows and visualize, prioritize, coordinate, and track progress using flexible project management tools.
GitLab helps streamline collaborative workflows whether a team uses Agile, Waterfall, or conversational development methods. Users are able to securely write and manage code and project data, and consolidate source code into a single DVCS that can be managed without disrupting the workflow. GitLab’s git repositories are provided with branching tools and access controls for a scalable, single source of truth for collaboration on projects and code.
Users are able to customize their approval workflow controls, and automatically test the quality of code. GitLab verification tools help users spot errors sooner while shortening feedback cycles with features such as built-in code review, code testing, code quality, and review apps. Users can manage custom container images with GitLab’s container registry, which provides users with enhanced security and access controls without third party add-ons.
Organizations can minimize complexity by building, testing, and releasing their code securely, whether deploying to one server, or thousands, using GitLab’s continuous delivery and deployment feature. Users can automate the entire workflow and customize everything from buildpacks to CI/CD. Best practice templates help users get started with minimal configuration. GitLab collects and displays performance metrics for deployed apps using Prometheus, allowing users to analyze shipping velocity and monitor application performance.
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