In the GitLab Master Plan, we promised to ship the entire development lifecycle before the end of the year. GitLab 8.12 is exciting because it brings us one step closer to realizing our vision to be an integrated set of tools for the software development lifecycle.
In this release, we launched the first iteration of Cycle Analytics. Cycle Analytics gives you feedback on your projects, measuring how long it takes your team to go from idea to production. Cycle Analytics helps you reduce cycle time, an important competitive advantage in today's development landscape. In fact, reducing cycle time to increase effectiveness is the very first principle of Conversational Development.
We also launched Global Code Search for GitLab Enterprise Edition (EE). If you're running Elasticsearch on your GitLab EE instance, you can now search through all the code on your server.
In this webcast, we walk through our vision, and demo some of the key features from GitLab 8.12.
In case you don't have time to watch the full video, here are the highlights.
GitLab Built-in Integrations
GitLab has an integrated set of tools that supports the entire lifecycle of software development, including repository management, version control, code review, advanced issue tracker, Issue Board, built-in Continuous Integration, Continuous Deployment, Continuous Delivery, and wiki, and now, Cycle Analytics.
Faster From Idea to Production
Our goal is to help teams go faster from idea to production by building a completely integrated toolset in a single UI.
We will ship this complete lifecycle in 2016.
Join us for the GitLab World Tour to learn more about our product vision, talk about changes in software development, and meet other GitLabbers in your area! We'll be in three cities:
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