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Below is the canonical list of product categories, grouped by DevOps lifecycle stage and non-lifecycle groups, along with the name of the responsible product manager.
We want intuitive interfaces both within the company and with the wider community. This makes it more efficient for everyone to contribute or to get a question answered. Therefore following interfaces are based on the product categories defined on this page:
At GitLab the Dev and Ops split is different because our CI/CD functionality is one codebase that falls under Ops.
Dev Plan - Victor Issue management (assignees, milestones, time tracking, due dates, labels, weights, quick actions) Issue boards Email notifications and todos Portfolio management (epics, roadmaps) Search and Elasticsearch integration Service desk Chat integration (Mattermost, Slack) Jira and other third-party issue management integration Create - Victor and James Code review (merge requests, diffs, approvals) - Victor Snippets - Victor Markdown - Victor Git repository management (Commits, file locking, LFS, protected branches, import/export, mirroring, housekeeping (e.g. git gc), hooks) - James Web IDE - James Geo - James Wiki - James Gitaly - James Auth - Jeremy Signup User management & authentication (incl. LDAP) Groups and Subgroups Audit log DevOps Score (previously Conversational Development Index / ConvDev Index) Cycle Analytics Usage statistics (incl. version.gitlab.com) Subscriptions (incl. license.gitlab.com and customers.gitlab.com) Quality - Jeremy Usage statistics - Victor Gitter - n/a Ops Product: Mark Backend: n/a Verify - Fabio Package - Fabio Container Registry Binary Repository Release - Fabio Configure - Fabio Application Control Panel Infrastructure Configuration Operations Feature Management ChatOps PaaS (formerly Auto DevOps) Monitor - Josh Metrics Tracing Production monitoring Error Tracking Logging Security Products - Fabio Static Application Security Testing (SAST) Dynamic application security testing (DAST) Dependency Scanning Container Scanning License Management Runtime Application Self-Protection (RASP) Distribution - Josh Omnibus Cloud Native Installation BizOps - Josh Composed categories
GitLab also does the things below that are composed of multiple categories.
Software Composition Analysis (SCA) = Dependency Scanning + License Management Interactive Application Security Testing (IAST) = Dynamic application security testing (DAST) + Runtime Application Self-Protection (RASP) Application Performance Management (APM) = Metrics + Tracing