From big ideas to deploying on Kubernetes

Iterate faster and innovate together using a single solution for everyone on your pipeline. GitLab is an end-to-end source code management (SCM) and continuous integration (CI) solution for scaling modern applications on Red Hat OpenShift. Leverage GitLab’s tight Kubernetes integration to simplify containerized workload deployments on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform.

DevOps and Cloud Native App Development

Deploying GitLab and Red Hat OpenShift together supports an organization’s journey to DevOps and cloud native application development, while delivering the powerful CI/CD platform needed to build and run your applications. Software delivery cycle times are collapsed with higher efficiency across all stages of the development lifecycle.

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Develop better cloud native applications faster with GitLab and Red Hat OpenShift

Shrink cycle times and expand possibilities by driving efficiency at every stage of your software development process with GitLab. Unlock built-in planning, monitoring, and reporting solutions to enable and secure your public, private, or hybrid cloud deployments on Red Hat OpenShift.

Creative contributions

Code what matters. Version control and collaboration reduce rework so happier developers can expand product roadmaps instead of repairing old roads.

Worry-free workflows

Armor your automation. Increase uptime by reducing security and compliance risks on public, private, and hybrid clouds.

Reliable results

Succeed, repeat. Increase market share and revenue when your product is on budget, on time, and always up.

Get started with GitLab and Red Hat Joint Solutions

No matter where you’re at in your development journey, GitLab gets it. As an open core platform, GitLab gives you the freedom to maintain the investment in your current toolchain as you modernize. Cloud native developers prefer GitLab’s hybrid cloud CI/CD pipeline and rely on its multicloud strategy with workflow portability to increase operational efficiencies.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Deploy Red Hat Enterprise Linux, the world’s leading enterprise-grade Linux operating system (OS) platform, across the hybrid cloud, from bare metal and virtual servers to private and public cloud environments. Red Hat Enterprise Linux makes it easier for operations teams to manage the upgrades, security patches, and lifecycles of servers that run applications like GitLab.

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Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform (OCP)

Red Hat provides the industry’s most comprehensive enterprise Kubernetes platform in Red Hat OpenShift. OpenShift is uniquely positioned to run containerized applications on public or private clouds. GitLab is a Certified OpenShift Operator, providing Day-1 and Day-2 operations via GitLab Runner.

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Red Hat Ansible

GitLab enables Infrastructure as Code (IaC) with Ansible. Trigger automation with source control: apply infrastructure configuration changes, deploy new services, reconfigure existing applications, and more. Use GitLab CI to edit and ship code from the Ansible playbook without installing local dependencies.

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GitLab can accelerate software development and deployment of applications while Red Hat Enterprise Linux can act as the more secure, fully managed OS that can scale with the application. The inclusion of new DevOps tools in Red Hat’s hybrid cloud technologies, like service mesh, empowers developers to iterate faster on a foundation of trusted enterprise Linux.

Vick Kelkar, Director of Alliances at GitLab

Red Hat's partner ecosystem is a vital component to delivering innovative, flexible and open solutions. We are pleased to collaborate with GitLab to build, test and certify GitLab Runner in order to help joint customers modernize IT infrastructure and support on-premise and multi-cloud environments.

Mike Werner, Senior Director, Global Ecosystems, Red Hat

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