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Jun 4, 2015

GitLab.com outage on 2015-05-29

A quick summary of the causes and solutions regarding the GitLab.com outage on 2015-05-29 Read on

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Version Check Functionality

May 7, 2015

We're working on a version check function for GitLab to reduce the problem of outdated servers which can be a security problem and provide a bad user experience

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Unofficial GitLab CI Runner

Apr 17, 2015

GitLab CI Multi-purpose Runner is yet another CI runner, but this time written in Go with a vast number of features that leverage all the latest technologies.

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Moving all your data, 9TB edition

Mar 9, 2015

At GitLab B.V. we are working on an infrastructure upgrade to give more CPU power and storage space to GitLab.com. Learn more here!

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How to install GitLab on your own domain

Feb 24, 2015

Want to get your first own GitLab instance running? Use these easy to follow instructions and you will be active in no time!

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GitLab reduced merge conflicts by 90% with changelog placeholders

Feb 10, 2015

By utilising changelog placeholders GitLab reduced merge conflicts by 90 percent! Read more here.

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7 reasons why you should be using Continuous Integration

Patricio Cano
Feb 3, 2015

View the 7 resons why you and your business should be using Continuous Integration for exceptional results!

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How you can send your logs ballistically using UDP

Job van der Voort
Dec 8, 2014

With GitLab Enterprise Edition 7.1 and up Omnibus packages, we introduced UDP log shipping.

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GitLab Omnibus packages now include GitLab CI

Jacob Vosmaer
Nov 6, 2014

Today we are excited to announce that our Omnibus packages now include the GitLab CI Coordinator.

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GitLab CI Runner Dockerfile

Oct 11, 2013

If you use GitLab CI to run your tests you have one or more runners performing the tests.

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GitLab without gitolite

Feb 12, 2013

Yeap GitLab 5.0 will be without gitolite. Read this artlicle to learn more.

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