Topic: gitlab

SD Times news digest: JFrog ChartCenter, GitLab 13.1, and Hasura Cloud public beta announced

JFrog released ChartCenter, a free, central repository of public Helm charts for the developer community.   Developers can search among thousands of Kubernetes-ready packages to find the ones they need and discover and launch applications distributed across many public repositories.  “Your Helm CLI can pull all the public Helm charts you use from a single, central … continue reading

GitLab announces new acquisitions for its DevSecOps portfolio

GitLab announced two acquisitions this week focused on providing security to its platform. Peach Tech is a security firm that specializes in protocol fuzz testing and dynamic application security testing, and Fuzzit is a continuous fuzz testing solution. “Bringing the fuzzing technologies of Peach Tech and Fuzzit into GitLab’s security solutions will give our users … continue reading

GitLab moves 18 of its DevOps features to open source

GitLab announced that 18 of its features are moving to open source including related issues, export issues, issue board focus mode, and service desk. “This marks a major milestone in our efforts to empower the community to collaborate more robustly and to take our single tool for the DevOps lifecycle to the next level,” Sid … continue reading

SD Times news digest: GitLab 12.9, DirectX and Collabora collaborate on OpenCL and OpenGL, and Acquia announces new low-code tools for Drupal

GitLab 12.9 was released to help developers achieve enhanced security with the management of secrets via the HashiCorp Vault managed application, better visibility with code quality reports & customizable value stream analytics, and easier administration with group deploy tokens. When Container Scanning detects vulnerabilities, GitLab 12.9 can now give a suggested solution for the vulnerability, … continue reading

SD Times news digest: IBM to add new AI capabilities to Watson, Threat Stack supports Ruby, and GitLab’s Remote Work Report

IBM announced several new IBM Watson technologies designed to help organizations begin identifying, understanding, and analyzing some of the most challenging aspects of the English language with greater clarity.  The technologies represent the first commercialization of key Natural Language Processing (NLP) capabilities to come from IBM Research’s Project Debater, an AI system capable of debating … continue reading

SD Times news digest: GitLab.com transitions CDN to Cloudflare, LaunchDarkly raises $53 million, and Datadog launches partner network

GitLab.com has announced that it is changing its content delivery network to Cloudflare. Currently, they are using Fastly to serve content, but switching to Cloudflare will allow them to have a single vendor for CDN, WAF, and DDoS protection.   According to GitLab, this will only affect some GitLab.com users, not GitLab self-managed users. Affected users … continue reading

SD Times news digest: GitLab observability comes to Core, HackerRank acquires Mimir, and Boomi to acquire Unifi Software

GitLab announced that it is moving its observability suite to Core to its open-source codebase in 2020.  “If it’s a feature for a single developer who might be working on his or her own individual project, we want that to be in Core because it invites more usage of those tools and we get great … continue reading

SD Times news digest: GitLab 12.5, ConnectALL 2.9.9, and Embarcadero RAD Studio 10.3.3

GitLab 12.5 was released this week with EKS cluster creation and an environments dashboard. According to the company, EKS cluster is crucial in today’s multi-cloud world.  GitLab’s new environments dashboard provides a single point of access to the status of environments in all groups and projects.  In addition, Crossplane has been integrated and deployable as … continue reading

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

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