Posts Tagged ‘Gitlab-pricing’

GitLab and Floating License / Concurrent Users

We are often asked from time to time whether GitLab has a floating license mechanism (or concurrent users) and whether there is a way to save money on licensing. The frequency of those questions has increased in the last year since GitLab Starter was deprecated, as the enterprise options are more expensive now (including GitLab […]

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Coming Soon: Changes to CI/CD in GitLab Cloud Free

Yesterday GitLab announced that effective next month (October 2020) they will reduce the limit of free CI/CD minutes. As you know, GitLab Cloud (Gitlab.com) provides shared CI/CD runners, i.e. virtual machines on which you can run your build, test and other jobs. For example, we at ALM-Toolbox use them to run programs, which regularly create […]

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