If you were talking to someone whose organization is considering GitLab, what would you say?
How would you rate it and why? Any other tips or advice?
I would recommend this solution. I would rate GitLab an eight out of ten.
I would advise those wanting to implement this solution to create tutorials themselves because there are so many sources that you have to look at just to understand how to make a red blob or red marker onto the code. I rate GitLab a seven out of ten.
I would recommend this solution to others. I would rate GitLab an eight out of ten.
I would advise others to follow best practices because they are useful for each case. If you have a problem, it can be easily solved by other people if you follow the best practices. I would rate GitLab a nine out of ten.
My advice is to work on the processes that are in the environment. Know what you need to do and what you need to deliver the software. You have to ask the question: What do you need to deploy the software? Always take security into account from the beginning. While this is a good tool that is always evolving and there are new updated security standards that are being published and improved upon, it is always a good idea to have another solution to compare with to get better at using it. You can always have a combination of all of them, which would something that I would be interested in. We are always evaluating to see if there is a solution that can do the job better. You need to have a well-defined set of processes and that will help them adapt GitLab. Overall, it's a great product and it does a good job. I would rate this solution an eight out of ten.
I would rate this solution an eight out of ten.
In summary, this is a very good product and everything is working well. I would recommend it. I would rate this solution a ten out of ten.
We strive to always have the latest technology. In this business, you have to follow your client and follow the trend. In fact, you have to do things ahead of the trend and be prepared. For us, this tool is really convenient. My advice for anybody who is implementing this solution is to consider the paid version. Don't be afraid to pay a few dollars a year. Especially for a startup company, this tool is an investment. You don't have to look at it as an expenditure or expense. Don't think about it as spending money, but rather, investing money. From my point of view and for what I use GitLab for, it is okay for me. There may be other products, but this is a great tool. It's convenient and it's used by a million developers. The developers here consider it to be the best choice. That said, there is always room for improvement in a product. I would rate this solution a nine out of ten.
Depending on the situation, I would recommend it. I would rate this solution an eight out of 10.
We're just a customer. We don't have a professional relationship with GitLab. We're using the latest version of the solution right now. I would definitely recommend the solution to other organizations. It's pretty easy to use and can scale if you need to. It's stable as well. We're not really missing any features. It's great. Overall, I'd rate GitLab nine out of ten. They can always improve, which is why I didn't give them a perfect score. What they are working on, based on their roadmap, is already quite impressive. We're looking forward to metrics coming down the pipeline later in the year.
I would rate GitLab an eight out of ten. GitLab provides some sort of static analysis part. That is what I understand, but I never tried it. I would like to see static analysis also embedded in GitLab. That would also help us. If there's something that it does internally by GitLab and then that is already tied up with your pipeline and then it can tell you that you're coding is good or your code is not great. Based on that, it would pass or fail. That should be streamlined. I would think that would help to a greater extent, in terms of having one solution rather than depending on multiple vendors.
We use the public cloud deployment model. I would rate the solution nine out of ten.
Has anyone got experience building automated workflows using GitLab? How does it compare with other CI/CD solutions? The solution should be good at deployment of apps in AWS and Azure cloud.