Archive for the ‘GitLab CI’ Category

What’s New in GitLab 14.9

GitLab 14.9 was released yesterday and we’ve just made two updated lists of GitLab features All NEW features (since June 2018) separated by editions, release, popularity, stages and more (so you can easily filter it out by your preferred criteria) ALL GitLab Features separate by editions, categories, documentation and more (so you can quickly find out what’s in one edition VS another edition) We made this […]

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GitLab CI and Akeyless Vault Integration

You can use Akeyless Vault secret management within GitLab and GitLab CI. Code placed in GitLab or GitLab CI/CD requires secrets in order to properly execute access to various resources. By integrating GitLab CI with Akeyless Vault, you would not need to keep hard coded secrets within the GitLab code repo such as username & […]

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What’s New in GitLab 14.7

GitLab 14.7 was released yesterday and we’ve just made two updated lists of GitLab features All NEW features (since June 2018) separated by editions, release, popularity, stages and more (so you can easily filter it out by your preferred criteria) ALL GitLab Features separate by editions, categories, documentation and more (so you can quickly find out what’s in one edition VS another edition) We made this […]

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What’s New in GitLab 14.6

GitLab 14.6 was released yesterday and we’ve just made two updated lists of GitLab features All NEW features (since June 2018) separated by editions, release, popularity, stages and more (so you can easily filter it out by your preferred criteria) ALL GitLab Features separate by editions, categories, documentation and more (so you can quickly find out what’s in one edition VS another edition) We made this […]

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What’s New in GitLab 14.5

GitLab 14.5 was released yesterday and we’ve just made two updated lists of GitLab features All NEW features (since June 2018) separated by editions, release, popularity, stages and more (so you can easily filter it out by your preferred criteria) ALL GitLab Features separate by editions, categories, documentation and more (so you can quickly find out what’s in one edition VS another edition) We made this […]

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Join GitLab Security Workshop!

Date: Wednesday, December 1st Time: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm EST Join this three hour hands-on workshop to gain a better understanding of how GitLab’s security offering helps inject security measures earlier in your development cycle. Rapid iterations in DevOps strategy, along with a host of new tools, can make an application security program seem […]

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Migrating to gitlab CI/CD from Jenkins pipelines

Watch a nice and useful video (we found in LambdaTest channel): How To Migrate From Jenkins Pipeline To GitLab CI You may be in a situation where your team is already using Jenkins pipelines to facilitate CI/CD. This means that you already have pipelines defined, so you need to convert those Jenkins pipelines into their […]

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What’s New in GitLab 14.4

GitLab 14.4 was released yesterday and we’ve just made two updated lists of GitLab features All NEW features (since June 2018) separated by editions, release, popularity, stages and more (so you can easily filter it out by your preferred criteria) ALL GitLab Features separate by editions, categories, documentation and more (so you can quickly find out what’s in one edition VS another edition) We made this automatically […]

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What’s New in GitLab 14.3

GitLab 14.3 was released yesterday and we’ve just made two updated lists of GitLab features All NEW features (since June 2018) separated by editions, release, popularity, stages and more (so you can easily filter it out by your preferred criteria) ALL GitLab Features separate by editions, categories, documentation and more (so you can quickly find out what’s in one edition VS another edition) We made this automatically […]

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Code Security and Compliance using GitLab

Besides version control and CI/CD, GitLab also offers a variety of security tests on your proprietary code (code you develop) or external code you use (i.e. open source), as well as code compliance capabilities – to help you ensure that you make proper and legal use of any open source libraries and code snippets. In […]

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