Each offering at least has a variant called “standard” or “custom” to define if it can be delivered with a standard SKU / out of the box SOW. For example, enterprise versus commercial or remote versus on-site or one-time versus with an embedded engineer. See Professional Services Full Catalog for a detailed listing of offerings.
The services maturity framework provides for 5 maturity levels for offerings: planned, minimal, viable, complete and lovable.
GitLab provides several categories of services to ensure a full suite of offerings for customers.
There are a few different offerings in each category. The tables below show the offerings in each category and their level of maturity.
|Rapid Results implementation||Planned|
|Assessment and optimization||Planned|
|LDAP, SAML, SSO||Complete|
|Migration from GitHub, Bitbucket, SVN, etc.||Complete|
|Migration to GitLab.com||Planned|
|Live Instructor-Led training (remote and onsite)||Viable|
|Dedicated remote engineer (3, 6, or 12 months)||Complete|
|Maturity model consulting||Planned|
|Measuring value of DevOps||Planned|