GitLab’s website traces the company’s origins to 2011 in its CTO’s house in Ukraine. Ten years later, the company continues to iterate on its DevOps lifecycle app.
June has been an eventful month for GitLab. The company purchased machine learning-based tool UnReview used to automatically identify appropriate expert code reviewers and control review workloads and distribution of knowledge. The company released GitLab 14, promising improved visibility, security, compliance and risk mitigation. And Gartner placed GitLab in the Challengers quadrant of the Magic Quadrant for Application Security Testing.
Also this month, GitLab announced the expansion of its partner program to assist new and existing partners who develop DevOps lifecycle services around the company’s products to support customers.
“Our team has also been spending a lot of time in GitLab and GitLab CI and really enjoys having such a broad range of DevOps capabilities all in a single tool,” Cisco’s Thiel told CRN.