Google Cloud Next

Drop by our booth or schedule a time for a demo, we are great listeners!

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April 9-11, 2019

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San Francisco, CA

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Booth # TBD

Activities at Google NEXT

VIP Dinner

More Info Soon



How you can get started with GitLab and Kubernetes

  • 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 Prometheus
    • Prometheus is a powerful time-series monitoring service, providing a flexible platform for monitoring GitLab and other software products. GitLab provides out of the box monitoring with Prometheus, providing easy access to high quality time-series monitoring of GitLab services.
  • Why Prometheus is for everyone
    • It’s no secret that here at GitLab, we hitched our wagon to Prometheus long ago. We’ve been shipping it with GitLab since 8.16. Here’s why your organization should be using it too
  • How Jaguar Land Rover embraced CI to speed up their software lifecycle
    • Inspiration, persistence, an attitude of continuous improvement – how adopting CI helped this vehicle company implement software over the air.
Brandon Jung

GitLab’s journey from Azure to GCP and how we made it happen

Brandon Jung
VP of Alliances

April TBD

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Philippe Lafoucrière

Enable BeyondCorp for your organization with Cloud Identity

Philippe Lafoucrière
Distinguished Backend Engineer, Secure

April TBD

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Like we transitioned from Dev to DevOps a few years back, we’re now on the DevSecOps road. Continuous integration and delivery are breaking down barriers between development and operations team. Companies are shipping faster, and DevOps is now mainstream. But this velocity comes at a price: Security is often left behind, putting more and more pressure on Security teams. The rise of Infrastructure as Code, which is at the heart of DevOps, highlights the need to have separation of duties between Engineering, Ops, and Security. Developers will learn how to tackle early in the SDLC security vulnerabilities, Operations will learn how to fulfill the needs of applications, and Security will learn how to monitor, grant accesses, and enforcing security practices on GCP.