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GitHub Follows GitLab and Bitbucket and now offers private repositories for free

Starting from today, GitHub is offering free repositories – at no charge  – on their public cloud (github dot com). They limit it to 3 free collaborator users (who write code), and you have to pay if you have more than 3 (as it was before). It’s good for those who have a side-project and […]

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Join our upcoming GitLab webinars: Code Security and CI/CD

This week and the week after we are hosting two GitLab employees to discuss different aspects of using GitLab effectively. All webinars are free of charge. 1. GitLab and Code Security (10/10 10AM CET+2) We are hosting Fabio Bussato, Senior Product Manager of Security in GitLab Company, to discuss new code security capabilities included in Gitlab. […]

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A GitLab-assisted DevOps Journey at Jaguar Land Rover

This time I have chosen to summarize a lecture from the recent DevOps Enterprise Summit in London. The conference was organized by Gene Kim, the author of a well-known book, The Phoenix Project. Lecture recordings were published a few days ago. I have selected this specific lecture for a number of reasons: It’s an interesting […]

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GNOME Project is Now Using GitLab

GNOME, one of the most recognized, respected projects in the open source world, has moved to GitLab to manage their more than 400 software projects and nearly 900 (!) contributors.  GNOME software is used by millions of people worldwide, and is one of the largest and oldest free software projects. It’s best known for […]

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New: Autoscale GitLab CI/CD on Spot Instances With Spotinst’s Elastigroup

Spotinst now offers a new service that enables you to integrate their Elastigroup to GitLab CI/CD. That means you can enjoy 3 benefits: Save money on Spot instances you install on AWS (Amazon Web Services) EC2. You can save up to 80% by using Spotinst (read below what Spot instances are) High availability that Spotinst […]

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GitLab Pricing is Changing Soon

GitLab, a popular solution for smart software development on top of Git, recently announced a price increase for on-premise (self-hosted) editions: GitLab EES is changing in price from $39 per person per year to $48 and will now be called: “GitLab Starter” GitLab EEP is changing in price from $199 per person per year to […]

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GitLab Acquires Gemnasium and Offers New Built-in Code Security Features

GitLab has acquired Gemnasium, a service that scans for security vulnerabilities in open source libraries, and soon it will be part of the GitLab product. This move helps GitLab users enjoy static code analysis; dynamic security testing; security container scanning and more. The tool can now scan Ruby, Python and JavaScript code languages, and very […]

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Have Remaining 2017 Budget? Use it Now

It’s hard to believe that 2017 is almost complete… As the busy holiday season approaches, don’t forget to take full advantage of your remaining 2017 budget by having a look at our offering for Git/GitLab, ClearCase/ClearQuest or any other ALM toolset (including Atlassian, SmartBear and many other vendors). It’s a definite win-win. Contact our sales team […]

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Tutorial: How to Integrate GitLab with Visual Studio

A great technical and short video we found online! We got the approval of the guy who made it (Gonzalo Sanchez) and added English Captions. Enjoy! If you want us to provide similar videos for Eclipse and IntelliJ, just let us know by contacting us: gitlab@almtoolbox.com   ALMtoolbox company is a GitLab authorised reseller. We […]

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How to Select the GitLab Version that Suits Your Needs

Last update: 10/20/2018 GitLab users often ask us which GitLab version to select. No wonder: today there are essentially 12 (!) options (cloud, on-premise etc.), and the choice can be quite confusing. The purpose of this article is to help you to choose the right version of GitLab. So how do you choose? To make […]

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