Archive for the ‘GitLab’ Category

Case Study: Thomson Reuters shares their development process combining GitLab, Jenkins and Slack

Last week we hosted a GitLab event for R&D and DevOps managers. A satisfied GitLab user, Matan Keidar of Thomson Reuters, presented his work at the company, including GitLab, Jenkins and Slack. After receiving good feedback on this story, we decided to publish it here on the blog (text summary and a video recording). The […]

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GitLab Releases Important Security Fixes

We’d like to inform you that yesterday GitLab released important security fixes for versions 8.7.x to 8.17.x. These versions contain several security fixes, including an important security fix for a critical information disclosure vulnerability. GitLab strongly recommend that all affected GitLab installations be upgraded immediately.   If you need assistance to confidently upgrade GitLab feel […]

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Better understanding of different GitLab Editions

There are currently 5 different editions of GitLab, including free, paid, cloud and more. This variety confuses some users, so I wrote this article to explain the differences between the editions. I’m going to introduce the editions as different layers on top of each other. Each layer provides some additional functionality beyond the layer below […]

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Meet Us at the DevOpsDays Conference Next Week

GitLab is sponsoring the DevOpsDays conference next week in Tel Aviv, and as their Israeli distributor we’ll be there too! If you attend the conference, be sure to drop by GitLab’s booth and say hello

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