We’re often asked about the integration of Kubernetes with GitLab and GitLab CI/CD and how it works if compared to Jenkins CI.
So we thought to write a post about the maturity of integration with GitLab and provide a full list of how GitLab can help you get the most out of Kubernetes.
So here we go.
GitLab was built ground-up to provide the best integration with Kubernetes.
While you can use GitLab CI/CD to deploy your apps almost anywhere from bare metal to virtual machines (VMs), GitLab is designed for Kubernetes.
The Kubernetes integration gives you access to advanced features like:
- Cloud native support
- Deploy Boards
- Canary Deployments
- Kubernetes monitoring
- Web terminals
- Auto DevOps
- and more …
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