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What is your biggest DevOps dilemma?
Collaboration
Your teams work in silos and face integration conflicts and long cycle times
GitLab streamlines software development with a full featured SCM and code review application. Dramatically increase integration frequency and code quality without sacrificing release velocity, security, or compliance.
Speed
Your developers are slowed down by bottlenecks, hand-offs, and re-work
With GitLab, SCM, CI, security and more are in one browser window. Stop context switching and start collaborating at the point of code.
Security
You are forced to trade speed for security... or security for speed
With GitLab, you can move security "left" in the development process. Developers can see and fix problems, with security fully in the loop.

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GitLab is a complete DevOps platform

With GitLab, you get a complete CI/CD toolchain in a single application. One interface. One conversation. One permission model. Thousands of features. You'll be amazed at everything GitLab can do today. And we're just getting started.

GitLab is a complete DevOps platform, delivered as a single application.

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