Apache Subversion is a version control option that is free to download and open source under the Apache 2.0 license.
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GitLab DevSecOps platform enables software innovation by aiming to empower development, security, and operations teams to build better software, faster. With GitLab, teams can create, deliver, and manage code quickly and continuously instead of managing disparate tools and scripts. GitLab helps teams across the complete DevSecOps lifecycle, from developing, securing, and deploying software. Differentiators, as described by Gitlab:
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Git has a Distributed Model. SVN has a Centralized Model. In git every user has their own copy of code on their local like their own branch. In SVN there is central repository has working copy that also make changes and committed in central repository
GitLab is distributed version control system unlike Subversion (SVN) is a centralized version control system. Multiple developers can work on the same file simultaneously unlike Subversion (SVN) if a developer locked a file other developers can not change it. GitLab provides a …
Earlier we used SVN as our SCM tool. SVN was a centralized version control system due to which developers had to connect to the server every time they needed to commit. It was causing trouble for developers considering the large Org size. Also, SVN does not have a robust CI …