Vision - designed to show where we are going (this might include forward looking ideas not yet developed)
Use Case Based - designed to show how GitLab solves a particular use case (how we should be selling)
Feature - designed to enable a deeper dive into details of product features (on prospect request)
These demos come in different formats:
videos - good for everyone to self-demo by passively watching
click-throughs (screenshots on slides) - good for disconnected situations (like conferences) and for interactive self demos
live (instructions for how to set up and run demos live) - enables everyone (especially GitLab sales) to set up and run through the demo live on their own system resources. Allows for spontaneous deep diving - not always a good thing).
GitLab Overview - Planning to Monitoring (11.3) (Oct 2018)
How to set up GitLab groups and projects to run multiple Agile teams with microservices (11.7) (Jan 2019)
SAFe and Agile Planning with GitLab (11.7) (Jan 2019)
2018 Vision Prototype (Feb 2018)
Auto DevOps in GitLab 11.0 (June 2018)
GitLab VSM - Issue Boards for Mapping (June 2018)
GitLab VSM - Business Value Monitoring (June 2018)
Demonstrations which highlight integrations between GitLab and common tools such as Jira issues and Jenkins pipelines.
Conference Booth Setup
We've started using iPad's to run click-through demos at conferences, and also we now have a main screen video to loop that shows our key slides and product clips. You can find details about both of these on the conference booth setup page.