Posts Tagged ‘pricing’

Working from Home – Tools and Methodologies

Due to the latest global events and frequently asked questions, we’ve decided to gather tools and services that can help you manage remote work and working from home. We’d be happy to answer any question regarding environment setup, consulting, licensing and support. Contact us: remote@almtoolbox.com Services to support remote work Migration of test and development environments […]

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GitLab Gold at $699 instead of $1188

For a limited time, we’re offering GitLab Gold at a 41% discount. YES this includes ALL GitLab Enterprise features and 24×7 support To get a quote, please send an email to gitlab@almtoolbox.com and specify how many users you have and your company name — or leave your details and we’ll get back to you   […]

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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 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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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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Better understanding of different GitLab Editions

There are currently 5 different editions of GitLab, including free, paid, cloud and more. This variety confuses some users, so I wrote this article to explain the differences between the editions. I’m going to introduce the editions as different layers on top of each other. Each layer provides some additional functionality beyond the layer below […]

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