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- Supported: Version Control
- Supported: CI/CD
- Supported: DevSecOps
- Supported: Value Stream Management
- Supported: GitOps
- Supported: Agile Development
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- Using Gitlab CI/CD has helped us to significantly reduce the time needed to get everything ready to use.
- Single interface for all the major required features greatly simplifies the interaction between teams.
- I am just a user of GitLab so I am not aware about how it affected business objectives.
- Improved development speed
- improved product release cycles
- Easy access to code
- Issues management
- The user interface is easy to interact with
- It is costly to upgrade plans
- Faster software development.
- Gitlab ensures our end-products are secured.
- Debugging and general software testing , is a lot easier with Gitlab.
- Solved Source code management problem.
- Manage users among all repositories
- Easy to build and deployment.
- Supports centralized development.
- Enables development sharing with other projects.
- Provides one stop repository.
- Does not document by business event.
- It impacted us drastically, as most of our jobs get done in the free plan
- SLA is good
- Integrations are good
- I am not involved in that
- Increase in code quality
- Better management of product KPI (Key Performance Indicator)
- It has improved the completion of projects in time due to life cycle.
- Project manager can easily see the team members effort and evaluate them according to task completion.
- It enhanced the productivity of developer since it distributed version control system.
- GitLab can not handles large binary files.
- It provides CI/CD functionality.
- Developers are building better, well-tested code
- Developers are deploying code more often
- Developers and DevOps are spending less time deploying complex production systems
- It made our lives easier.
- We were able to manage things in a better way.
- Better way to track changes
- Easy to catch possible bugs
- Easy release options
- Needed Less Human effort for CI/CD.
- Easy to use.
- Costly Premium Plans.
- Development processes improvement.
- DevOps improvement.
- Rapid and Consistent Releases.
- Easy CI implementation.
- SAST and DAST scan for secure releases.
- It is quite easy to integrate in our existing softwares.
- Easy to use interface.
- It's a bit costly to upgrade plans.
- It made development easier and reduced the release cycles as all the development operations are being executed in one single platform.
- As it came with in-built CI/CD, Artifact management, Package, and Container registry. we've stopped maintaining all of them separately which resulted in increased productivity of our team.
- As we're using the SaaS version of GitLab all the automation which are backed by webhooks has stopped working as GitLab doesn't support sending webhooks to resources that are hosted in private networks.
- We're saving dollars and our effort of infrastructure and server maintenance by using the SaaS version of GitLab.
- We have saved time looking for source code thanks to Gitlab search bar.
- We organize better because we have Groups to accommodate our code.
- We are moving towards Gitlab only as our SCM & CI tool. So it would be an alternative to Jenkins. Saving our licensing cost there.
- We have also stopped using Confluence & using Gitlab for our documentation purposes. Reducing cost there as well.