About GitLab

Behind the scenes of The DevSecOps Platform

What we do

We're the company behind GitLab, the most comprehensive DevSecOps platform.

What started in 2011 as an open source project to help one team of programmers collaborate is now the platform millions of people use to deliver software faster, more efficiently, while strengthening security and compliance.

Since the beginning, we've been firm believers in remote work, open source, DevSecOps, and iteration. We get up and log on in the morning (or whenever we choose to start our days) to work alongside the GitLab community to deliver new innovations every month that help teams focus on shipping great code faster, not their toolchain.

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GitLab by the numbers



All-remote since inception


Consecutive releases
every month


Team members
in 60+ countries


Estimated registered users

Over 30 million

From planning to production,
bring teams together in one application

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GitLab's mission

Our mission is to enable everyone to contribute and co-create the software that powers our world.

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GitLab over the years


The GitLab project began with a commit

We started releasing a new version of GitLab on the 22nd of every month


The first version of GitLab CI is created


GitLab is incorporated


Joined Y Combinator and published the GitLab Handbook to our website repository


Announced our master plan and raised $20 million in B round financing


GitLab Inc. became a publicly traded company on the Nasdaq Global Market (NASDAQ: GTLB)

Working at GitLab

We strive to create an all-remote environment where all team members around the world can show up as their full selves, contribute their best, feel their voices are heard and welcomed, and truly prioritize work-life balance.

If you're interested in being a part of the team, we invite you to learn more about working at GitLab and apply to any open positions that look like a good fit.

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Better teams. Faster progress. Better world.

TeamOps is GitLab's unique people practice which makes teamwork an objective discipline. It's how GitLab scaled from a startup to a global public company in a decade. Through a free and accessible practitioner certification, other organizations can leverage TeamOps to make better decisions, deliver results, and move our world forward.

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