GitLab recently achieved AWS's DevSecOps Partner Competency desigation, a sub-specialty for the AWS DevOps ISV Partner Competency category. GitLab also holds the AWS DevOps ISV Partner Competency designation. AWS's partner qualification program signifies to customers that AWS has vetted GitLab's capabilities and use cases.
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According to AWS, solutions in the DevSecOps category "make it easy for customers to integrate security across every stage of the development and delivery cycles, providing rapid and contextual feedback to development, security, and ops teams." The designation comprises a validation checklist and attestation that GitLab's DevSecOps Platform meets AWS’s expectations.
GitLab's strength in DevSecOps
GitLab's AI-powered DevSecOps platform helps organizations shift left on vulnerability remediation. At GitLab, shifting left means ensuring developers have a frictionless security defect remediation experience that enables them to immediately handle vulnerabilities in their code.
GitLab's DevSecOps Platform:
- surfaces security findings shortly after they are introduced and while the code is still being worked on
- associates findings directly with those who changed the code
- offers remediation guidance (including on-demand training and automated fixes)
- supports rich, in-context collaboration for vulnerability management