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Whether you’re a developer, an engineer, a product manager, a security expert, or a UX designer, you often need to collaborate cross-functionally to get work done. At GitLab, we believe everyone can contribute, and we set out to create an application that helps teams efficiently collaborate.
We are excited to announce support for Maven repositories and Protected Environments. These features help automate controls around environments while providing further efficiencies for Java developers. With Protected Environments operators can assign permissions to determine who can deploy code to production. This significantly reduces the risk of the wrong person committing something they shouldn’t and increases overall security of the environment.
Developing web applications is faster and easier when developers don’t have to set up a new project from scratch and can make changes in real time. In our latest release, the live preview in GitLab’s Web IDE allows users to iterate faster by seeing the outcome before committing the changes.
Security is a critical component of the software development pipeline, and GitLab’s single application makes it easier for security professionals and developers to collaborate and resolve issues early. Our latest release offers improved visibility by way of a new Security Dashboard.
How many steps does it take to go from code to production? Automated pipelines are supposed to make software delivery faster and more efficient, but often require many integrations that need to be managed and maintained—making the process not so automatic. However, with Auto DevOps, you can go from code to production in just two steps.