Google Cloud Next

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April 9-11, 2019

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San Francisco, CA

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Booth # S1607

Activities at Google NEXT

Dinner Co-hosted with Google | Tuesday April 9th at FANG

We’re co-hosting a dinner in partnership with Google at FANG, one of the trendiest restaurants in San Francisco. Spots are limited - request to join and we’ll let you know more details as space allows.



We are no longer accepting registrations as the date of the event has passed. Please feel free to browse our upcoming events here .

Brandon Jung & Andrew Newdigate

GitLab’s move from Azure to GCP

Brandon Jung & Andrew Newdigate


VP of Alliances, Staff Engineer, Infrastructure

April 10, Wednesday

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11:00 AM–11:50 AM

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BREAKOUT ARC207

Come learn about GitLab’s own migration journey from Azure to Google Cloud Platform and how they are leveraging innovation to differentiate.

Kathy Wang

Towards Zero Trust at GitLab

Kathy Wang


Senior Director of Security

April 11, Thursday

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1:15 PM - 2:05 PM

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BREAKOUT SEC220

This talk will discuss GitLab’s Zero Trust implementation on GitLab.com, hosted in Google Cloud, and highlight the benefits and challenges we have encountered along the way.

Daniel Gruesso

Run a consistent serverless platform anywhere with Kubernetes and Knative

Daniel Gruesso


Product Manager, Configure

April 11, Thursday

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11:40 AM–12:30 PM

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BREAKOUT HYB218

This session will show how to use GKE, Knative, and GitLab in the cloud and on-prem to give your developers a consistent platform for hybrid development.

Dan Gordon

Spotlight Labs: Introduction to Gitlab on GKE

Dan Gordon


Senior Technical Product Marketing Manager

April 11, Thursday

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11:30 AM–12:30 PM

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TBD

GitLab is a web-based DevOps lifecycle tool that provides a Git-repository manager, issue-tracking, and CI/CD pipeline features using an open-source license, developed by GitLab Inc. This session will introduce you to this toolset in conjunction with code development and deployment in Google Cloud.

Getting started with GitLab

How you can get started with GitLab

Getting started with GitLab


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Hands on learning

  • Connecting GitLab with a Kubernetes cluster
    • Connect your project to Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) or an existing Kubernetes cluster in a few steps.
  • Installing GitLab on Kubernetes
    • The easiest method to deploy GitLab on Kubernetes is to take advantage of GitLab’s Helm charts.
  • GitLab + Kubernetes
    • Everything you need to build, test, deploy, and run your app at scale
  • GitLab from scratch on GKE
    • Learn how to create a GKE Cluster, deploy GitLab to Kubernetes using Helm and manage GitLab on GKE to build CI/CD pipelines. Walk through an example by migrating a project from GitHub to your deployed GitLab instance and automate app deployments to GKE.
  • GitLab with Knative
    • Learn how to deploy Knative with GitLab on GKE to enable serverless DevOps. Walk through the process of deploying to serverless via CI/CD and building new functions for Knative.
  • GitLab with GKE
    • With the GitLab Google Kubernetes Engine integration you simply connect to your Google account via Oauth and spin up deployment environments in a few clicks. GKE is fully managed so developers can focus on building apps instead of managing infrastructure. It’s the easiest way to deploy your app using GitLab CI/CD.
  • GitLab with GKE On Prem
    • Now take the best of GKE and bring it On-Prem while retaining the same experience of complete DevOps from cloud to private data-center, end to end.
  • GitLab with Knative
    • Gain flexibility and portability by running serverless workloads on Kubernetes. Install Knative to your cluster with a single click using the GitLab Kubernetes integration. GitLab Serverless uses Knative to create a seamless epxerience for the entire DevOps lifecycle.
  • GitLab with Cloud Identity
    • Now you can rely on Cloud Identity as your IDP for managing GitLab end user and developer accounts through Google’s Secure LDAP service. Ideal for organizations looking to move away from AD or have embraced G Suite to collaborate.
  • …and more being announced at the event, so come by our booth to learn more!

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