GitLab's CEO reflects on this move and what it means for the software development space.
As a holiday gift, the ChatOps functionality in GitLab will be open sourced
Our Statement of Support defines how and what we support in terms of our products, services, and applications. Here's an explainer on what you can expect from us.
TLS 1.2 is now required for all clients that connect to GitLab.com and our GitLab API.
The Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice is a recognition of vendors in the market verified by end-user reviews and ratings.
The true value of serverless is best realized via a single-application DevOps experience – that's why we're launching GitLab Serverless.
Catch up on what GitLab got up to at AWS re:Invent last week! Reinventing pipelines, emerging as a single application, theCUBE interviews, and more.
GitLab has been chosen as the first complex app to be deployed on new multi-cloud control plane, Crossplane.
GitLab has been certified with AWS DevOps Competency, affirming our further commitment as a technology partner with Amazon Web Services.
This workplace has gone 85 months without missing a release.
Find out how to test for potential operational disruptions to your integrations and browsers.
Monetizing open source ≠ an 'open source' company. Our CEO Sid Sijbrandij explains how we got over the barriers to monetizing an open source company.
We've identified the need for full integration of user experience design within the DevOps lifecycle, and would love your feedback on how to make that happen.
A recent issue sparked a lively discussion between engineering and product leadership about how 'cross-vertical' issues should be prioritized to avoid the bystander effect.