GitLab.com

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Explore the public projects on GitLab.com (no account needed)


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Support Package

  • Free users can use the GitLab.com Support Tracker if they have questions.
  • Users can purchase Gitlab.com Bronze Support providing you with email support directly for timely, personal and private answers. The cost is $199.80 annually (for up to 20 users) for next-business-day response time.

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Unlimited private and public repositories
Unlimited private collaborators
Support via the forum
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Gitlab.com Bronze Support

Unlimited private and public repositories
Unlimited private collaborators
Next Business Day Support
Direct email access to support team for timely, personal and private answers
$199.80 (for up to 20 users)
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Availability and Security


GitLab.com settings

For information like fingerprints of GitLab.com's SSH host keys and settings of GitLab Pages, CI, Runners, etc., see the separate GitLab.com settings page.


Plenty of import options

You can easily import your projects from GitHub, Bitbucket, Google Code, Fogbugz, any Git repository by URL, or import an exported GitLab project.

See our documentation for all your import options.


Why GitLab.com will be free forever

We want GitLab.com to become the most popular service for hosting projects. To achieve this goal, GitLab.com is free, both for public and private projects. Unlike other companies in this space, there is no limit to the number of collaborators. We think that in the future most repository hosting will be free in the same way email hosting is free today. So we thought, why wait? Let's make it free for everyone now. Our subscriptions for GitLab EE on-premises bring in more than enough revenue to pay for the hosting of GitLab.com. The revenues from EE and other Products are growing fast enough to keep up with the growth in GitLab.com usage. We see GitLab.com as a way to make GitLab more known and popular. In the future we might introduce paid features like projects sizes above 10GB and Windows/OSX CI Runners. We intend to keep the features that you have now free and monetize only new features.

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