The GitLab DevOps lifecycle contains the Plan stage. The product vision of Plan is to enable all people in any size organization to:
See interesting features coming in 2019, as of late December 2018.
There are a few categories that are critical for success in this stage; each one is intended to represent what you might find as an entire product out in the market. If you have thoughts or questions on any of these, feel free to jump into the conversation in the vision epic.
Plan, organize, and track project progress with issues, kanban boards, labels, weights (story points), milestones (sprints and releases), time tracking, due dates, and assignees, using Scrum, Kanban, SAFe, and other methodologies.
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Plan and track testing and quality of your product.
Gather and manage the use cases and requirements to meet business objectives.
Plan is also concerned with the following areas.
Large enterprises, especially those in highly-regulated industries such as finance and healthcare, rely on governance frameworks in their planning and execution, in order to mitigate a variety of business risks.
GitLab will be improved with customized workflows integrated into boards, supporting the specific governed workflow stages in a particular organization. Also, GitLab will have custom fields, enabling the level of oversight and standardization required in the given large company.
Teams leverage GitLab search to quickly search for relevant content, enabling stronger intra-team and cross-team collaboration through discovery of all GitLab data.
GitLab supports deep Jira integration, allowing teams to use Jira for issue mangement, but still leveraging the benefits of GitLab source control and other native GitLab features.
These Looker dashboards are available to GitLab team members only. Get access to Looker.
We follow the general prioritization process of the Product Team. In particular, we consider reach, impact, confidence, and effort to identify and plan changes in upcoming milestones (monthly iterations).
We love community code contributions to GitLab. Read this guide to get started.
Please also participate in our issue tracker. You can file bugs, propose new features, suggest design improvements, or continue a conversation on any one of these. Simply open a new issue or comment on an existing one.
You can also contact me (Victor) via the channels on my profile page.
There are a number of other issues that we've identified as being interesting that we are potentially thinking about, but do not currently have planned by setting a milestone for delivery. Some are good ideas we want to do, but don't yet know when; some we may never get around to, some may be replaced by another idea, and some are just waiting for that right spark of inspiration to turn them into something special.
Remember that at GitLab, everyone can contribute! This is one of our fundamental values and something we truly believe in, so if you have feedback on any of these items you're more than welcome to jump into the discussion. Our vision and product are truly something we build together!
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