Topic: gitlab

SD Times news digest: GitLab announces $278 million round of funding, GitHub Enterprise Cloud free for 14 days, and Inko 0.5

GitLab announced that it acquired $268 million in Series E funding, bringing the total valuation of the DevOps platform to over $2.75 billion. The company plans to go public next year.  GitLab also plans on adding key features in monitoring, planning and security to further develop its platform as well as expanding its workforce.  “To … continue reading

SD Times news digest: GitLab 12.2 now available, Syncsort acquires Pitney Bowes’ Software Solutions, and Google Play store gets a visual refresh

GitLab announced its latest 12.2 release, adding directed acyclic graphs (DAG) for pipelines and design management.  According to the company, DAG is a method to create and manage detailed job dependencies, rather than relying on sequential stages, making CI pipelines faster and more efficient. Design management makes it easy to share, version and collaborate on … continue reading

GitLab turns its focus to DevSecOps

GitLab is taking the next steps in its DevOps initiative with the announcement that it is integrating security into its single application. The company is also releasing auto remediation, security dashboards and plans to release security approvals in an upcoming update. “The advantages of a single application are numerous: A single sign-on eliminates the need … continue reading

The ideal DevOps team structure

As part of GitLab’s mission to power the DevOps life cycle, it is laying out its ideal DevOps team model. “The seamless collaboration between Development and IT operations is a beautiful thing. DevOps was designed to remove silos so that these teams could work together to build, test, and deploy software faster. But there’s a … continue reading

SD Times news digest: TeamCity 2019.1, Genode OS framework 19.05, and Camuda’s Cawemo tool

The 2019.1 release of TeamCity is now available with a redesigned UI, native GitLab integration and support for GitLab and Bitbucket pull requests. It also offers token-based authentication, detection and reporting of Go tests, faster build agent upgrades, and AWS Spot Fleet requests. The UI now works as a single-page application, which means all changes … continue reading

SD Times news digest: GitLab 11.11, Xamarin.Forms 4.0, and WhiteSource partners with GitHub

GitLab 11.11 has launched with multi-assignment for MRs and container enhancements that will help increase collaboration throughout the entire DevOps lifecycle, according to GitLab. GitLab now supports multiple assignees for a merge request and automated deployment notifications for Slack and Mattermost. As for containers, the new release now supports Windows Container Executor for GitLab Runners, … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Rust’s 2019 roadmap, GitLab 11.10, and Acronis opens core platforms

The Rust Core Team released its annual roadmap that lists rejuvenation and maturation as the 2019 themes for the Rust project. The roadmap is based on surveys and blog posts that were gathered last year. To scale better, Rust created a Governance Working Group that is devoted to working with each team to improve governance … continue reading

GitLab 11.9 introduces secrets detection

GitLab’s latest release is making it easier for security teams to discover if secrets have leaked. GitLab 11.9 introduces secrets detection in its Static Application Security Testing (SAST) feature. With this release, every commit will be scanned to ensure it doesn’t contain secrets, and if it does, the developer is alerted in the merge request. … continue reading

SD Times news digest: GitLab 11.4 released, Healthcare.gov breached, and Tableau’s roadmap

GitLab has announced the release of GitLab 11.4. According to the company, this update includes new features that will enable teams to more efficiently work together. The latest release will offer more efficient code reviews with new features such as Merge Request Reviews and a file tree for diffs. GitLab is also introducing Feature Flags, … continue reading

GitLab powers entire DevOps life cycles

DevOps continues to gain traction but most organizations are still unable to realize the full potential of its promise because their teams remain siloed using different tools. Most enterprise teams are trying to stitch together 10 or 15 different types of tools, only to discover they lack the visibility and control they need to deliver … continue reading

GitLab raises $100 million for DevOps vision

GitLab is now valued at more than $1 billion thanks to a recent $100 million series D round of funding. The company plans to use this new investment to strengthen its position with DevOps and tackle everything from planning to monitoring. The round of funding was led by ICONIQ Capital and included participation from Khosla … continue reading

GitLab 11.2 released with insight into real-time changes

GitLab announced the latest version of its platform designed to help developers get started and iterate faster. The 11.2 release features new improvements to its Web IDE, support for Android project import, and custom project templates. The Web IDE has been updated to enable developers to see changes happening within their JavaScript web apps in … continue reading

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