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GitLab Product Update, January 2017

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Job's product update of GitLab in Jan. 2017

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GitLab Product Update, January 2017

  1. 1. Product Update Shipped, Shipping and boats we're building
  2. 2. Last year
  3. 3. • Launched Idea to produc0on • Auto deploy • Web Terminal • Cycle Analy0cs • Issue Boards • Merge conflict editor • Global code search • Pipelines • GitHub & BitBucket importers • and much much MUCH more
  4. 4. Shipping
  5. 5. Approval improvements (EE starter) • Remove your approval • View approval counts • Updated looks • 8.16
  6. 6. Squash and Auto-rebase Work star)ng (finally!)
  7. 7. Issue Board improvements Next itera)on: 8.17
  8. 8. Time Tracking API and move to CE used in more than 383k issues and MRs on GitLab.com
  9. 9. License Finder Slipping from 8.16
  10. 10. Audit Logs Improvements over next releases
  11. 11. Vision for Q1
  12. 12. It's s&ll really painful to deploy a simple applica&on
  13. 13. Kubernetes allows you to easily deploy, scale and manage applica6ons
  14. 14. Going from from 0 to 1 is s.ll hard But the next steps are easier
  15. 15. Bring the power of Kubernetes to everyone Start by making 0 to 1 easy
  16. 16. Everyone can use all the power of idea to produc2on
  17. 17. Step 1: setup 1. Create an account on Google Compute 2. Create a new Kubernetes Cluster 3. Install GitLab on the cluster
  18. 18. Step 2: Start a project 1. Create a project in GitLab 2. Create an issue 3. Click on "Rally around this issue" to open chat
  19. 19. Step 3: Build something new 1. Create an issue from chat 2. Plan it 3. Create a branch and repo kickstart straight from the issue (force the user to select an autodeploy template) 4. Work straight from the terminal. rails new awesomeness 5. Create a MR from the terminal in GitLab
  20. 20. Step 4: Review, Deploy and Feedback 1. Review the changes in a review app 2. Deploy to produc9on from chat 3. Review impact of your changes in the merge request (system, app, business metrics) 4. Monitor cycle 9me with cycle analy9cs
  21. 21. GitLab makes it easy.
  22. 22. Ques%ons?

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