Software Update: 8:15 GitLab




GitLab logo (75 pix) GitLab can be compared to the better known GitHub , but includes some subtle differences . It is an environment for managing Git repositories on-premises and is released under the MIT license Expat and developed in Ruby on Rails. It is available in two versions, namely to use the free Community Edition and a paid Enterprise Edition with more features aimed at large companies. The two flavors are on this page explained put. The development team has GitLab 8.15 released with the following announcement:

GitLab 8:15 Released with Auto Deploy and Web Terminal

With GitLab 8.15, we’re Introducing Auto Deploy (shown in the video at 1:42 ), All which automates setting up deploys and review apps. For a Ruby on Rails project, this brings setup time to under a minute.

Plus, to make acces sing your environments easier and faster, you can now access them directly through a terminal in GitLab (shown in the video at 5:18 ).

We want to give the power of containers, continuous integration and deployment, review apps and container schedulers to everyone. With GitLab 8.15, we take away all the hard work without hiding anything. In the demonstration we setup and deploy a Ruby application with review apps, multiple environments, chatops Kubernetes to a cluster in about 12 minutes. Typically this takes days, if not weeks to setup and use without GitLab.

For many people, December is a month of celebration and gift giving. This month, GitLab was again lucky to receive so many great Contributions.

The MVP of this month is Michael Munch for bringing beautifully-typeset math (LaTeX) to GitLab. Michael worked over a period of 6 months to merge requests with in total more than three hundred comments to bring this to GitLab.



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