Archive for the ‘GitLab’ Category

Free GitLab SaaS (gitlab.com) will be Limited to 5 Users

Recently GitLab company has announced that the Free tier of GitLab SaaS (also known as “gitlab dot com”) will have a limit of 5 users per Namespace (**) beginning June 22, 2022. That means that if you use gitlab.com free tier and you have more than 5 users – you have to get ready and […]

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New Recording: Secrets Management Workshop Using Akeyless Vault

Recently we hosted a live webinar + workshop about Secrets Management, and the recording is ready! One of the well-known challenges in recent years are the secrets sprawl and how to protect secrets. As more companies move to cloud, use Kubernetes or microservices – they understand those challenges are more critical. Recently we have started […]

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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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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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GitLab and Log4J Vulnerability

Concerning the reported Log4J vulnerability (CVE-2021-44228), you should know that GitLab does not use Log4j or Log4j2 packages. GitLab was written using Ruby, JS and Go so it uses different log libraries. If you use GitLab Advance Search or Code Search features (available in paid edition including Premium, Ultimate and Starter) you should know it […]

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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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