GitLab is what you want as your Version Control and DevOps Tool
Updated May 26, 2022

GitLab is what you want as your Version Control and DevOps Tool

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with GitLab

We use GitLab mostly for Version Control and CICD pipelines. All our projects are stored on the GitLab repo. Gitlab makes it easy for us to collaborate on the same product code, run CICD pipelines with a few clicks, etc. It is also pretty fast, and the best part is that it is free to use (which is why a lot of companies go with this option). We also use GitLab clients to clone projects, take a pull, push our code, etc.
  • Version Control
  • CICD Pipelines
  • Multiple file editing via the UI is a hassle.
  • I am just a user of GitLab so I am not aware about how it affected business objectives.
GitLab is a great collaboration platform that allows multiple people in a team to work together on a single project. Each employee pushes their code into their branches and then gets it merged. If there is an issue with it, GitLab will show merge conflicts and how to resolve them. This is a great feature and lets multiple people work together.

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Gitlab is well suited when it comes to version control, running CICD pipelines, or having a DevOps environment for your product. It is also free and easy to use which is a plus. It is open source and has a big community which is helpful for resolving bugs/keeping the tool secure.