This move will create more predictability for our customers in terms of the day of week for the release while continuing our monthly pace of self-managed releases. Read on
An overview of project and user settings URL changes, including deprecations and redirects, that will happen in 17.0.
Find out the origin story of the DevSecOps category.
GitLab’s DevSecOps workflow now integrates with Google Cloud secure Artifact Registry, security scanning, and deployment toolchains.
Gitaly now supports SHA-256 repositories. Here's why it matters.
Here's a roundup of all the GitLab events and announcements at the Next ‘23 conference.
With GitLab 17.0, we are removing most tags from our small SaaS runner on Linux. Find out if you are affected and the change you need to make.
GitLab users soon will be required to provide a valid email address during login to boost security and prevent credential stuffing.
Free tier users can follow a few instructions to use medium SaaS runners on Linux to increase CI/CD pipleline speeds.
Learn why Environmental, Social, and Governance and Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging are integral to GitLab’s business and culture.
We recognized our channel, technology, and cloud partners for their collaboration and contributions.
GitLab Security is aware of a fake GitLab job scam, ultimately requesting job seekers pay thousands of dollars for 'technology equipment.' Here's how to spot it.
Achieve control and convenience with a fully managed DevSecOps platform.
Our GPG key will now expire on July 1, 2024. Here's what you need to know.
Boost engagement among your employees and community with achievements.
More features are now available for free to free self-managed Enterprise Edition users when they register and turn on their Service Ping.