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DevSecOps with GitLab
With GitLab, Security is built into the CI pipeline, out of the box. Every code commit is automatically scanned for security vulnerabilities in your code and its dependencies. Actionable results are delivered to the developer in their native workflow for rapid remediation.
It’s an exciting time to be part of GitLab. We're a fast-growing, all-remote team, and we're looking for people to join us around the world. Here's a look at what you can expect from our culture and all-remote environment.
Speed without version control and collaboration is nothing.
Version control for everyone.
GitLab makes modern Source Code Management easy. Project management, issue tracking, branches, code reviews and continuous integration in one single place. Merge Requests are your launchpad to high frequency integration and good code quality practices.
Developers, Product Managers, and Designers connect, collaborate, and dramatically reduce cycle time while keeping IP secure and track all changes.
Continuous Integration (CI) works to integrate code provided by your team in a shared repository. Developers share the new code in a merge request (MR). The request triggers a pipeline to build, test, and validate the new code prior to merging the changes within your repository.
The practice of Continuous Delivery (CD) ensures the delivery of CI-validated code to your application via structured deployment pipelines.
Together, CI and CD help your team deliver faster results for your customers and stakeholders. CI helps you catch and eliminate bugs early in the development cycle, and CD ensures only verified code is sent to your applications.
CI and CD must work together to help your team build quickly and effectively, and are critical for fully-optimized software development.