GitLab offers unmatched visibility and higher levels of efficiency through a complete DevOps platform that brings development, operations, and security teams together into a single application that spans the entire software development lifecycle. This makes GitLab unique and creates a streamlined software workflow, unlocking your organization from the constraints of a pieced together toolchain.
As a Gitlab partner, we are committed to simplifying your DevOps practice so you can focus on what matters the most: your customers.
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Powerful, scalable, end-to-end automation is certain with GitLab. This will speed up your workflow and help you deliver better software, faster.
With every change that is fully tested and secure, audit logs for every action and single sign-on, you don’t have to worry about security and compliance risk.
Working in one platform means no messy integrations and everyone shares the same feedback loops.
Distributed Version Control Systems (DVCS) aids software development teams to accelerate delivery by allowing them to commit, branch and merge locally. Ensuring only quality code that merges into the main repository also helps in creating strong workflows and hierarchies. Some benefits of a distributed version control system include:
Catch bugs and errors early in the development cycle through automatic build, test and deploy. In Gitlab, CI/CD process is structured through pipelines which can be easily seen in dashboard, hence promoting efficient monitoring as well as a more controlled testing and deployment process.
With Merge requests (MRs) teams can check source code changes into a branch. When team members open a merge request, they can visualize and collaborate on the code changes before merge. Merge requests include:
Issue boards is a software project management tool that help teams to plan, organize, and visualize a workflow easily for a feature or product release. It pairs issue tracking and project management, keeping everything together, so that teams don’t need to jump between different platforms to organize their workflow. Additionally, team members can organize their own workflows by using multiple issue boards.