GitLab is a web-based DevOps lifecycle tool and open source platform that provides a Git-repository manager providing wiki, issue-tracking and CI/CD pipeline features. GitLab is an open core project providing some of its software open source and others closed source. GitLab CE is open source and Gitlab EE is closed source, which makes GitLab more open than its competitor GitHub which is fully closed source.
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How to Disable GitLab's Automatic DevOps Pipelines
GitLab's automatic pipelines is an amazing feature that allows you to push your commits to your Git repository hosted on GitLab and then automatically have that code being deployed to production. However, in some instances you probably would like to control the deployment manually. Ma0
How to use Gitlab's CI/CD Pipelines with Dokku to Push your Application to Production
GitLab is a DevOps lifecycle tool similar to that of GitHub. With GitLab we can host our git-repository and utilize its CI/CD pipeline features to push our development code to production for free. In this tutorial I will show you how you can use GitLab's CI/CD pipelines to push our de0