To application modernization.

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Pull revenue forward by getting code to production faster.

Both developers and business stakeholders want new features to ship as quickly as possible. Developers want to see their code live and working. The business wants those new features driving revenue. However, legacy systems rely on complicated release processes, often with several manual blocking steps, that cause long delays between when code is written and when it’s deployed to production. As a result, new features stall, developers lose motivation, and revenue from that functionality is delayed.

When enterprises modernize their application development processes, culture, architecture, and infrastructure, they can achieve automated deployment pipelines. Code gets to production faster pulling revenue forward for the business.

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Cloud Native Transformation

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Just commit to resilient agility.

The quintessential challenge of the pre-DevOps world is that development teams are incentivized to increase innovation velocity while operations teams are incentivized for stability, uptime, and error reduction. The two goals are seemingly at odds with each other.

The reality is, the business needs both agility and resilience. Increasing the pace of innovation while staying up and available is critical to customer delight. Either stale features or outagges can be hugely damaging to customer retention.

Adopting modern best practices such as cloud native architecture leveraging containers, microservices, and CI/CD can put both development and operations teams at ease. Where previously speed and uptime were at odds with each other, modern architectures increase the speed with which new functionality can be delivered while also increasing software stability so you can go fast without breaking things.

Just commit to developer productivity, happiness, and retention.

In a legacy enterprise, developers have to spend a significant amount of time worrying about the environment their code is deployed to. From targeting specific operation systems and dependencies to determining resource needs by sizing virtual machines or physical hardware, a lot of developer effort is spent not doing development. In this scenario, developers are being asked to work outside of their core competency and essentially do both dev and ops.

Modern organizations leverage cloud native tools and processes. In this environment, operations teams focus on building platforms that automate deployment pipelines and infrastructure configuration. This frees developers to write code focused on delivering business value without worrying about where that code will be deployed. Developers’ output increases as they spend more time working within their core competencies. This not only has a positive impact on developer productivity but also gives you the ability to attract and retain top talent. Devs know they get to focus on what matters to them: innovation.

Just commit to efficient IT spend.

In most engineering organizations, a large portion of resources and budget goes to undifferentiated integration and maintenance. Teams are siloed by their tools, each working with their unique specialized set, making collaboration difficult, and troubleshooting across the stack nearly impossible. The rapid growth in the sheer number of tools used for software development delivery is becoming a toolchain crisis.

By simplifying the toolchain, you reduce DevOps costs and maintenance. Instead of tying up engineering resources dedicated to maintenance, you can focus your budget and headcount on driving business outcomes.

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Modernize your application architecture with a single application for the entire DevOps lifecycle.

GitLab fuels your digital transformation enabling you to adopt agile, DevOps, and cloud native best practices for software development. With built-in capabilities for every stage of the software lifecycle, GitLab provides unmatched visibility, collaboration, and governance.

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Scalable app deployment

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Commit to modern workflows

GitLab Auto DevOps accelerates ROI and time to value by giving you complete automation pipelines out of the box. Developers simply commit their code and GitLab automatically detects the language, builds, tests, measures code quality, scans for security and licensing issues, packages, and deploys the application. Auto DevOps pipelines are fully customizable so DevOps, SRE, and Operations teams can build upon GitLab’s best practice templates to create a tailored pipeline with the same efficient developer workflow.

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Commit to cloud native transformation

Moving from monolithic application architecture to microservices is a challenging journey requiring enterprises to navigate personnel, culture, and process changes as well as adopt new technologies like containers, Kubernetes, and CI/CD. GitLab is your strategic partner to help you drive cloud native transformation with the technology and know-how to move you forward.

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Commit to a single application

A streamlined solution eliminates the problem of engineers optimizing the development pipeline for their particular stage of the project. When engineering teams are working on the various stages of the development lifecycle simultaneously and without handoffs, the amount of time it takes to ship to customers is optimized instead of a particular component of the pipeline. With less point products and an integrated solution, shipping happens naturally and consistently.

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Microservices without silos

A single application to manage your microservices helps avoid having engineers siloed off with their respective teams and tools. With GitLab, you get visibility among teams and eliminate the need for handoffs, leading to more frequent releases while also ensuring that your projects deploy and remain stable. Built-in CI/CD, a built-in container registry, built-in monitoring, and multi-project pipelines makes building microservices significantly easier.

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Containers, simplified

GitLab is designed for Kubernetes. Our built-in container registry allows you to automatically push from the CI/CD pipeline to the container registry without needing to authenticate to a separate application.

With GitLab’s robust Kubernetes integration you can install cloud native application like Helm, Prometheus, and GitLab Runner with a single click as well as easily set any cluster as a deploy target, then manage your deployments with deploy board and advanced strategies like canary deploys and incremental rollout.

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Focus on business problems, not deployment problems

Cloud native applications are the future of software development and GitLab is built for cloud native development. Using a single application means you don't have to stitch together 10 different products. This saves time, reduces risk, increases reliability. With a built-in container registry and Kubernetes integration, GitLab makes it easier than ever to get started with containers and cloud native development. Visibility into the right information is available in the right place and accessible to the right people.

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