Commit c48ad0ae authored by Ashton Herrmann's avatar Ashton Herrmann

Convert "self-hosted" to "self-managed" throughout site

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%h2 Sign up
%p Get an account on GitLab.com or a set up GitLab on your self-hosted server.
%p Get an account on GitLab.com or a set up GitLab on your self-managed server.
%a.btn.cta-btn.accent{ href: "/pricing/#gitlab-com" } Sign up for GitLab
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%h3
%strong
Educational Pricing
%p GitLab’s educational pricing policy applies to GitLab.com Gold plans and GitLab Ultimate self-hosted instances for educational use.
%p GitLab’s educational pricing policy applies to GitLab.com Gold plans and GitLab Ultimate self-managed instances for educational use.
%p Any institution whose purposes directly relates to learning, teaching, and/or training may qualify. Educational purposes do not include commercial, professional, or any other for-profit purposes.
%p We're able to provide only one license per educational institution (Gold or Ultimate). That's why students can't apply on behalf of their educational institution. To apply please fill out the form below.
%p.margin-bottom40
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If you have a public, open source project on GitHub you can now take advantage of free CI/CD on GitLab.com. As part of our commitment to open source, we offer all public projects our highest tier features (Gold) for free. While other CI/CD vendors limit you to running a handful of concurrent jobs, [GitLab.com](http://GitLab.com) gives open source projects hundreds of concurrent jobs with 50,000 free CI pipeline minutes.
### Large Enterprises
When we talk to our largest customers they tell us that they often have many teams using many different tools. They want to standardize on GitLab for CI/CD but code is stored in GitLab, GitHub, and other repos. This feature now allows enterprises to use common CI/CD pipelines across all of their different repos. This is a key audience and why we’ve made CI/CD for GitHub part of our self-hosted Premium plan.
When we talk to our largest customers they tell us that they often have many teams using many different tools. They want to standardize on GitLab for CI/CD but code is stored in GitLab, GitHub, and other repos. This feature now allows enterprises to use common CI/CD pipelines across all of their different repos. This is a key audience and why we’ve made CI/CD for GitHub part of our self-managed Premium plan.
### Anyone using GitHub.com
While GitLab is designed to use SCM & CI/CD in the same application, we understand the appeal of using GitLab CI/CD with GitHub version control. So, for the next year we are making the GitLab CI/CD for GitHub feature a part of our [GitLab.com](http://GitLab.com) Free tier. That means anyone using GitHub from personal projects and startups to SMBs can use GitLab CI/CD for free. Starting at 2000 free CI pipeline minutes, folks can also [add their own Runners](https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/ci/runners/README.html#registering-a-specific-runner) or upgrade plans to get more.
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:markdown
GitLab CI/CD for GitHub is not priced separately, but comes bundled as a feature of GitLab's standard end-to-end product.
For **self-hosted** installations, GitLab CI/CD for GitHub is available for customers with **Premium** and **Ultimate** license plans.
For **self-managed** installations, GitLab CI/CD for GitHub is available for customers with **Premium** and **Ultimate** license plans.
For **GitLab.com** users, GitLab CI/CD for GitHub will be available promotionally in our **Free** tier through March 22, 2019. (After March 22, 2019 it will move to the **Silver** tier and be available on **Silver** and **Gold**.)
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layout: default
title: Free Trial of GitLab Ultimate
description: "Sign up for your free trial of self-hosted GitLab Ultimate which includes advanced CI/CD features, enterprise-grade support, and more."
description: "Sign up for your free trial of self-managed GitLab Ultimate which includes advanced CI/CD features, enterprise-grade support, and more."
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......@@ -44,7 +44,7 @@ GitLab is built on an open core model. That means there are two versions of GitL
GitLab Community Edition is open source, with an MIT Expat license. GitLab Enterprise Edition is built on top of Community Edition: it uses the same core, but adds additional features and functionality on top of that. This is under a proprietary license.
It is a good idea to familiarize yourself with the differences between CE and EE. As a UX Designer here at GitLab, you will have access to all the features within EE. The [tiers within CE and EE are listed here](/handbook/marketing/product-marketing/#tiers). Review the [feature comparison](/pricing/self-hosted/feature-comparison/) to understand the features available within each tier.
It is a good idea to familiarize yourself with the differences between CE and EE. As a UX Designer here at GitLab, you will have access to all the features within EE. The [tiers within CE and EE are listed here](/handbook/marketing/product-marketing/#tiers). Review the [feature comparison](/pricing/self-managed/feature-comparison/) to understand the features available within each tier.
## Create issues
As you begin to get settled in, you will most likely need to create or update an issue.
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GitLab Community Edition is open source, with an MIT Expat license. GitLab Enterprise Edition is built on top of Community Edition: it uses the same core, but adds additional features and functionality on top of that. This is under a proprietary license.
It is a good idea to familiarize yourself with the differences between CE and EE. As a UX Designer here at GitLAb, you will have access to all the features within EE. The [tiers within CE and EE are listed here](/handbook/marketing/product-marketing/#tiers). Review the [feature comparison](/pricing/self-hosted/feature-comparison/) to understand the features available within each tier.
It is a good idea to familiarize yourself with the differences between CE and EE. As a UX Designer here at GitLAb, you will have access to all the features within EE. The [tiers within CE and EE are listed here](/handbook/marketing/product-marketing/#tiers). Review the [feature comparison](/pricing/self-managed/feature-comparison/) to understand the features available within each tier.
## Create issues
As you begin to get settled in, you will most likely need to create or update an issue.
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- [#questions](https://gitlab.slack.com/messages/questions) - If your question is something that you think anyone in the company could answer or is valuable to the greater company to know, ask it here!
- [#support](https://gitlab.slack.com/messages/support) - This is the general support team channel. Don't know where to ask a question about a ticket? Start here.
- [#support-live-feed](https://gitlab.slack.com/messages/support-live-feed) - Feed of all Zendesk related events
- [#self-hosted-support](https://gitlab.slack.com/messages/self-hosted-support) - This specifically for coordination related to Self Hosted issues.
- [#support_self-managed](https://gitlab.slack.com/messages/support_self-managed) - This specifically for coordination related to Self Hosted issues.
- [#services-support](https://gitlab.slack.com/messages/services-support) - This specifically for the services support team. They handle GitLab.com account and subscription support and GitHost.
- [#githost](https://gitlab.slack.com/messages/githost) - This channel handles monitoring for GitHost instances.
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#### Slack premium high priority notification
We use a webhook to get Slack notifications when a high priority premium ticket arrives.
It is posted on the `#self-hosted-support` Slack channel. If you answer the ticket put either a `:eyes:` or `:heavy_check_mark:` emoji to let other support engineers know if you're reading or have responded to the ticket.
It is posted on the `#support_self-managed` Slack channel. If you answer the ticket put either a `:eyes:` or `:heavy_check_mark:` emoji to let other support engineers know if you're reading or have responded to the ticket.
If you're not sure how to answer the ticket start a thread under the ticket and tag other support engineers to join the discussion.
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......@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@ title: How GitLab is Enterprise Class
## Overview
This paper looks at some details about GitLab, focusing on how it operates in an enterprise environment.
GitLab has been designed to be easy to deploy and maintain. A single system configuration can scale to support over 32,000 active users, requiring minimal administration effort, and a multi-node, distributed services configuration can scale to support 100's of thousands of active users. Implementing High Availability, Backups, and Disaster Recovery has been made simple with GitLab Omnibus packaging. The GitLab codebase is used in over 66% of the self-hosted Git market and is tested in the crucible of GitLab.com, with over 2 million active users.
GitLab has been designed to be easy to deploy and maintain. A single system configuration can scale to support over 32,000 active users, requiring minimal administration effort, and a multi-node, distributed services configuration can scale to support 100's of thousands of active users. Implementing High Availability, Backups, and Disaster Recovery has been made simple with GitLab Omnibus packaging. The GitLab codebase is used in over 66% of the self-managed Git market and is tested in the crucible of GitLab.com, with over 2 million active users.
Although choosing an SCM tool and strategy is a very important decision for a software organization to make, figuring out how it will work with the rest of the tools in the DevOps toolchain is equally important. GitLab brings more than just an SCM tool, with it’s built in issue tracking, CI/CD, security scanning, container management, deployment, and monitoring. And because this is all a single application covering the entire DevOps lifecycle, the training costs and total cost of ownership are significantly reduced over a hybrid toolchain consisting of several independently developed tools.
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In online discussions and forums about GitLab or development tools you can find users praising the GitLab UI and product in general. This is natural praise from customers who love GitLab. 2,000+ community members are active contributors to the code base because they believe in what GitLab stands for and want to help achieve it. These are all users who love their experience with GitLab.
## Administration Experience
Administering self-hosted GitLab is by no means a lonely experience. Due to the large number of organizations running GitLab self-hosted (over 66% of self-hosted git repositories) there is a large community of administrators who can help each other. Additionally, because GitLab is open source and open core, administrators can easily gain full access to the innards of the system as necessary, and can make changes to accommodate their needs, hopefully sharing back their changes. GitLab has a very healthy community with over 2,000 active contributors.
Administering self-managed GitLab is by no means a lonely experience. Due to the large number of organizations running GitLab self-managed (over 66% of self-managed git repositories) there is a large community of administrators who can help each other. Additionally, because GitLab is open source and open core, administrators can easily gain full access to the innards of the system as necessary, and can make changes to accommodate their needs, hopefully sharing back their changes. GitLab has a very healthy community with over 2,000 active contributors.
GitLab provides the flexibility of deployment configuration which enables it to be fitted into a wide variety of circumstances. A GitLab configuration can range from a single simple to maintain appliance-like VM installation to a fully redundant, multi-system, HA, configuration which takes more administrative overhead.
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ULTIMATE
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%h3.main-heading
Try GitLab Ultimate free for 30 days.
%p.u-margin-bottom-xs
Evaluate self-hosted GitLab for 30 days and receive all the features of Ultimate, our top-tier subscription plan, for free.
Evaluate self-managed GitLab for 30 days and receive all the features of Ultimate, our top-tier subscription plan, for free.
%strong No credit card required.
%a.btn.cta-btn.accent{href: "/free-trial/"}
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%a{href: "/pricing/#self-hosted"} Self-hosted
%a{href: "/pricing/#self-managed"} Self-managed
%a{href: "/pricing/#gitlab-com"} GitLab.com
%li.nosubmenu{class: ("active" if current_page.url == "/contact/")}
%a.main-nav-link{href: "/contact/"} Contact
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......@@ -16,9 +16,9 @@ More than 100,000 organizations and millions of users depend on GitLab for their
[Almost 2000 people contributed code to GitLab](http://contributors.gitlab.com/) and we've [liked thousands of tweets](https://twitter.com/gitlab/likes) from [our 50,000 followers](https://twitter.com/gitlab/followers).
This rest of this page contains some of the external acknowledgement GitLab has received.
## GitLab Has 2/3 Market Share in the Self-Hosted Git Market
## GitLab Has 2/3 Market Share in the Self-Managed Git Market
With more than 100,000 organizations self-hosting GitLab, we have the largest share of companies who choose to host their own code. We’re estimated to have two-thirds of the single tenant market. When [Bitrise surveyed](http://blog.bitrise.io/2017/01/27/state-of-app-development-in-2016.html#self-hosted) ten thousand developers who build apps regularly on their platform, they found that 67 percent of self-hosted apps prefer GitLab’s on-premise solution.
With more than 100,000 organizations self-hosting GitLab, we have the largest share of companies who choose to host their own code. We’re estimated to have two-thirds of the single tenant market. When [Bitrise surveyed](http://blog.bitrise.io/2017/01/27/state-of-app-development-in-2016.html#self-managed) ten thousand developers who build apps regularly on their platform, they found that 67 percent of self-managed apps prefer GitLab’s on-premise solution.
![Image via Bitrise blog](/images/blogimages/bitrise-self-hosted-chart.png){: .shadow}<br>
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![Image via buddybuild blog](/images/blogimages/buddybuild-self-hosted-chart.png){: .shadow}<br>
In their articles, both Bitrise and BuddyBuild note that few organizations use self-hosted instances. We think there is a selection effect since both of them are SaaS-only offerings.
In their articles, both Bitrise and BuddyBuild note that few organizations use self-managed instances. We think there is a selection effect since both of them are SaaS-only offerings.
Based on our experience, the vast majority of enterprises ([organizations with over 5000 IT + TEDD employees](/handbook/sales/#market-segmentation)) self host their source code server (frequently on a cloud service like AWS or GCP) instead of using a SaaS service.
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GitLab Subscription Plans
%p
GitLab is available in
%a{href: "/products/"} self-hosted
%a{href: "/products/"} self-managed
and
%a{href: "/gitlab-com/"} cloud SaaS
options.
:markdown
**[Self-hosted](/products/)**: Deploy on-premises or on your favorite cloud platform.
{:#self-hosted}
**[Self-managed](/products/)**: Deploy on-premises or on your favorite cloud platform.
{:#self-managed}
- {: #core} **Core**: For small teams, personal projects, or GitLab trials with unlimited time.
- {: #starter} **Starter**: For co-located teams with few projects who need professional support.
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%img.tile-logo{ src: "/images/comparison/gitlab-logo.svg" }
%p
For a limited time, you can get
%a{ href: "/2018/06/03/movingtogitlab/#new-users-get-a-75-discount-on-gitlabs-top-tier-plans", target: "_blank" } 75 percent off our top-tier self-hosted and SaaS offerings, GitLab Ultimate or Gold
%a{ href: "/2018/06/03/movingtogitlab/#new-users-get-a-75-discount-on-gitlabs-top-tier-plans", target: "_blank" } 75 percent off our top-tier self-managed and SaaS offerings, GitLab Ultimate or Gold
for a year.
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* PMM: Submit strong submission for Gartner Application Release Orchestration (ARO) MQ and contribute to SCM Market Guide update and continue briefing sweep with all key Gartner and Forrester analysts.
* Outreach: Raise awareness. Double active evangelists. Launch education program. Double number of likes/upvotes/replies.
* Outreach: Keep being an open source project. Increase active committers by 50%
* Outreach: Get open source projects to use GitLab. Convert 3 large projects to self-hosted GitLab.
* Outreach: Get open source projects to use GitLab. Convert 3 large projects to self-managed GitLab.
* CMO: Enough opportunities for strategic account leaders. Make the Q2 SCLAU forecast.
* MSD: Achieve SCLAU volume target. Inbound SCLAU generation and outbound SCLAU generation.
* SDR: Achieve SDR SCLAU volume targets. % of revised Q2 SDR targets.
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* Billing Specialist: Add cash collection, application and compensation to job responsibilities.
* VPE
* Director of Support
* Support Engineering: 100% SLA achievement for premium self-hosted customers => 81%
* Support Engineering: Document and implement severity-based ticket processing workflow for self-hosted customers => 90%
* Support Engineering: 100% SLA achievement for premium self-managed customers => 81%
* Support Engineering: Document and implement severity-based ticket processing workflow for self-managed customers => 90%
* Support Services: 100% SLA achievement for GitLab.com customers => 94%
* Support Services: Develop and document Support Services workflows, processes, and automation needed to deliver world-class customer support => 90%
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* GOOD
* More Support Engineers are exposed to High Availability Configurations
* Ticket Growth for Self-hosted customers is growing slower than revenue.
* Ticket Growth for Self-managed customers is growing slower than revenue.
* BAD
* We need to grow AMER West & APAC to achieve SLA targets
* Learning GEO is difficult & upgrading GEO needs clearer documentation.
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......@@ -13,7 +13,7 @@ title: "2018 Q3 OKRs"
* VPE
* Support
* Self-hosted: 95% on CSAT, 95% on Premium SLAs
* Self-managed: 95% on CSAT, 95% on Premium SLAs
* Services: 95% on CSAT, 95% on Gold SLAs
* CMO
* Growth Marketing: Achieve 3x IACV in Q4 pipeline minus in quarter orders
......@@ -124,7 +124,7 @@ title: "2018 Q3 OKRs"
* Quality: 10 iterations to quality department handbook: X/10 (X%)
* Security: 10 iterations to security department handbook: X/10 (X%)
* Support: 20 iterations to support department handbook: X/20 (X%)
* Self-hosted: 10 iterations to self-hosted team handbook focused on process efficiency: X/10 (X%)
* Self-managed: 10 iterations to self-managed team handbook focused on process efficiency: X/10 (X%)
* Services: 10 iterations to services team handbook focused on process efficiency: X/10 (X%)
* Support: Implement dashboard for key support metrics (SLA, CSAT)
* VPE: Source 50 candidates for various roles: 50/50 sourced (100%) [confidential spreadsheet](https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1vqiyHdNCMdmG7sU5YeP8CFM_9bb6n8MjAkc2ic06I7Q/edit)
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* Quality: Source 150 candidates by Aug 15 and hire 3 test automation engineers: X sourced (X%), hired X (X%)
* Security: Source 150 candidates by Aug 15 and hire 5 security team members: X sourced (X%), hired X (X%)
* Support: Source 50 candidates by July 15 and hire an APAC manager: X sourced (X%), hired X (X%)
* Self-hosted: Source 350 candidates by July 30 and hire 7 support engineers: X sourced (X%), hired X (X%)
* Self-managed: Source 350 candidates by July 30 and hire 7 support engineers: X sourced (X%), hired X (X%)
* Services: Source 200 candidates by July 30 and hire 4 agents: X sourced (X%), hired X (X%)
* UX: Source 50 candidates by Aug 15 and hire 2 ux designers: X sourced (X%), hired X (X%)
* CFO: Improve payroll and payments to team members
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.content
%h2 GitLab OSS - Ultimate or Gold for open source projects
%p GitLab exists today in large part thanks to the work of hundreds of thousands of open source contributors around the world. To give back to this community who gives us so much, we want to help teams be more efficient, secure, and productive. We believe the best way for them to achieve this is by using as many of the capabilities of GitLab as possible.
%p It has already been the case for years that that any public project on GitLab.com gets all Gold features. We are happy to now offer a complimentary license to GitLab Ultimate (self-hosted) or subscription to GitLab Gold (SaaS) to all open source projects.
%p It has already been the case for years that that any public project on GitLab.com gets all Gold features. We are happy to now offer a complimentary license to GitLab Ultimate (self-managed ) or subscription to GitLab Gold (SaaS) to all open source projects.
%p
More information can be found in the
%a{ href: "https://gitlab.com/gitlab-com/gitlab-oss" } OSS project.
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Self-Hosted
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Self-Managed
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%a{ href: '#gitlab-com', "data-toggle" => "tab", "aria-controls" => "gitlab-com", role: "tab" }
= partial "includes/icons/gitlab-com-icon.svg"
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%br
per month
.plan-actions
= link_to "Install", "/installation/", class: "btn btn-pricing btn-self-hosted"
= link_to "Install", "/installation/", class: "btn btn-pricing btn-self-managed"
= link_to "View More ", "#community-edition", class: "visible-xs-block visible-sm-block featured-item-expand"
%ul#community-edition.plan-item-list.list-unstyled
- data.features.features.each do |feature|
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= link_to feature.title, feature.link
- if (feature.link == nil)
= feature.title
= link_to "See all features", "/pricing/self-hosted/feature-comparison/", class: "all-features"
= link_to "See all features", "/pricing/self-managed/feature-comparison/", class: "all-features"
.col-md-3
.plan.plan--starter
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%br
.cost-extra-small (billed annually)
.plan-actions
= link_to "Buy Now", "https://customers.gitlab.com/subscriptions/new?plan_id=2c92a0ff6145d07001614efff26d15da", class: "btn btn-pricing btn-self-hosted"
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= link_to "View More ", "#enterprise-edition-starter", class: "visible-xs-block visible-sm-block featured-item-expand"
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- data.features.features.each do |feature|
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= link_to feature.title, feature.link
- if (feature.link == nil)
= feature.title
= link_to "See all features", "/pricing/self-hosted/feature-comparison/", class: "all-features"
= link_to "See all features", "/pricing/self-managed/feature-comparison/", class: "all-features"
.col-md-3
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%br
.cost-extra-small (billed annually)
.plan-actions
= link_to "Buy Now", "https://customers.gitlab.com/subscriptions/new?plan_id=2c92a0ff6145d07001614f0ca2796525", class: "btn btn-pricing btn-self-hosted"
= link_to "Buy Now", "https://customers.gitlab.com/subscriptions/new?plan_id=2c92a0ff6145d07001614f0ca2796525", class: "btn btn-pricing btn-self-managed"
-# %br
-# = link_to "Free Trial", "/free-trial/", class: "btn btn-pricing btn-self-hosted"
-# = link_to "Free Trial", "/free-trial/", class: "btn btn-pricing btn-self-managed"
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- data.features.features.each do |feature|
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= link_to feature.title, feature.link
- if (feature.link == nil)
= feature.title
= link_to "See all features", "/pricing/self-hosted/feature-comparison/", class: "all-features"
= link_to "See all features", "/pricing/self-managed/feature-comparison/", class: "all-features"
.col-md-3
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%br
.cost-extra-small (billed annually)
.plan-actions
= link_to "Buy Now", "https://customers.gitlab.com/subscriptions/new?plan_id=2c92a0fe6145beb901614f137a0f1685", class: "btn btn-pricing btn-self-hosted"
= link_to "Buy Now", "https://customers.gitlab.com/subscriptions/new?plan_id=2c92a0fe6145beb901614f137a0f1685", class: "btn btn-pricing btn-self-managed"
= link_to "View More ", "#enterprise-edition-ultimate", class: "visible-xs-block visible-sm-block featured-item-expand"
%ul#enterprise-edition-ultimate.plan-item-list.list-unstyled
- data.features.features.each do |feature|
......@@ -144,7 +144,7 @@ extra_js:
= link_to feature.title, feature.link
- if (feature.link == nil)
= feature.title
= link_to "See all features", "/pricing/self-hosted/feature-comparison/", class: "all-features"
= link_to "See all features", "/pricing/self-managed/feature-comparison/", class: "all-features"
.contact-block.text-center
%h2 Still have questions? Get in touch.
......@@ -155,7 +155,7 @@ extra_js:
.content-container.animated.faq
.container
%h2.faq-title.text-center
Frequently asked questions for self-hosted
Frequently asked questions for self-managed
.faq-holder.clearfix
- size = (data.pricing.questions.size / Float(2)).ceil
- data.pricing.questions.each_slice(size).to_a.each do |group|
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......@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@ title: GitLab Privacy Policy
.row
.col-sm-8.col-md-8.col-sm-offset-2.col-md-offset-2
%h2 Introduction
%p This privacy policy (“Privacy Policy”) applies to all visitors and users of the GitLab.com hosted services and websites (collectively, the “Website” or “Websites”), which are offered by GitLab B.V. and/or any of its affiliates (“GitLab” or “we” or “us”). Self-hosted GitLab instances are not included in the definition of Website. Please read this Privacy Policy carefully. By accessing or using any part of the Websites, you acknowledge you have been informed of and consent to our practices with regard to your personal information and data.
%p This privacy policy (“Privacy Policy”) applies to all visitors and users of the GitLab.com hosted services and websites (collectively, the “Website” or “Websites”), which are offered by GitLab B.V. and/or any of its affiliates (“GitLab” or “we” or “us”). Self-managed GitLab instances are not included in the definition of Website. Please read this Privacy Policy carefully. By accessing or using any part of the Websites, you acknowledge you have been informed of and consent to our practices with regard to your personal information and data.
%p GitLab is an open source project and collaborative community, as well as a company. This means that many portions of our Websites, including information you voluntarily provide, will be public-facing for the open sharing of innovative developments, ideas, and information that makes our collaborative community so great. While we are committed to open sharing, we strive to respect the privacy of individual community members and will minimize the information we collect and share. If you do not want to share your information, including personally identifiable information, with other community members and the public, please be thoughtful as to how you interact with our Websites and what information you provide through the Websites (for example, through creating a public profile, project contributions, comments, and blog posts).
......@@ -19,9 +19,9 @@ title: GitLab Privacy Policy
%p GitLab may collect statistics about the behavior of visitors to our Websites. For instance, GitLab may reveal how many downloads a particular version got using aggregated statistics that contain anonymous user information only.
%h3 Usage Data Information from Self-hosted GitLab Instances
%h3 Usage Data Information from Self-managed GitLab Instances
%p GitLab collects information about usage from each self-hosted GitLab instance (Community Edition and Enterprise Edition) through a usage ping. The usage ping sends a payload containing data such as total number of projects and pipelines, as well as license information and hostname to GitLab. Only aggregates of usage data is sent: no project names or other content is sent to GitLab. You can view the exact payload of the usage ping in the administration panel in GitLab. Here you can also opt-out of the usage ping. You can read more about the usage ping in the documentation.
%p GitLab collects information about usage from each self-managed GitLab instance (Community Edition and Enterprise Edition) through a usage ping. The usage ping sends a payload containing data such as total number of projects and pipelines, as well as license information and hostname to GitLab. Only aggregates of usage data is sent: no project names or other content is sent to GitLab. You can view the exact payload of the usage ping in the administration panel in GitLab. Here you can also opt-out of the usage ping. You can read more about the usage ping in the documentation.
%h3 Personally-Identifying Information
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......@@ -6,16 +6,16 @@ title: "Hosted Single-Tenant"
## Hosted Single-Tenant GitLab Instances
GitLab now runs
[GitLab Hosted (a.k.a. GitHost)](/gitlab-hosted) product for existing customers. We are not accepting
_new_ customers since we recognize that GitHost
[does not support all of GitLab's features](/gitlab-hosted/#githost-unsupported-features),
[GitLab Hosted (a.k.a. GitHost)](/gitlab-hosted) product for existing customers. We are not accepting
_new_ customers since we recognize that GitHost
[does not support all of GitLab's features](/gitlab-hosted/#githost-unsupported-features),
leading to a sub-optimal user experience.
GitLab Inc will not continue to build out a hosted product for single-tenant
GitLab instances since it is not in line with our stated [strategy and sequence](/strategy/#sequence)
GitLab Inc will not continue to build out a hosted product for single-tenant
GitLab instances since it is not in line with our stated [strategy and sequence](/strategy/#sequence)
and because such a product needs a dedicated and prolonged engineering effort.
Instead, we recognize that our strength lies in providing the best possible
experience for on-premise (i.e. self-hosted) GitLab instances as well as making
Instead, we recognize that our strength lies in providing the best possible
experience for on-premise (i.e. self-managed) GitLab instances as well as making
[GitLab.com](https://gitlab.com) (the world's largest multi-tenant instance) highly
performant with all the features that GitLab Enterprise Edition offers.
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......@@ -81,7 +81,7 @@ Below we've listed interfaces that are needed between the different product cate
## Pricing
- [Self-hosted](/products/)
- [Self-managed](/products/)
- [GitLab.com](/gitlab-com/)
- [Pricing handbook](/handbook/product/pricing/)
......@@ -90,7 +90,7 @@ Below we've listed interfaces that are needed between the different product cate
| Subject | GitLab | GitHub | Atlassian |
|--------------------------------------------|----------------|-----------------------|-------------------------------------------------|
| Preferred platform | Kubernetes | Heroku | n/a |
| Single tenant install (self-hosted) | Integrated | Needs other products | Separate products, CI/CD not actively developed |
| Single tenant install (self-managed) | Integrated | Needs other products | Separate products, CI/CD not actively developed |
| Multi tenant install (SaaS) | Integrated | Needs other products | Includes CI/CD, issues in JIRA, no monitoring |
## Cloud native workflow
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......@@ -223,10 +223,10 @@ tests regularly through a combination of:
- Bug reporting program through direct email, or HackerOne. For more details on
this, please see the page on [responsible disclosure](/disclosure).
- A combination of third party white box, grey box, and pen testing.
- A combination of third party white box, grey box, and pen testing.
[Grimm](https://www.grimm-co.com) carried out a black box
assessment of GitLab and GitLab.com in Q2 2018. Their report is available for
[Grimm](https://www.grimm-co.com) carried out a black box
assessment of GitLab and GitLab.com in Q2 2018. Their report is available for
(prospective) enterprise customers by emailing `security@gitlab.com`.
## Business Continuity Plan
......@@ -284,7 +284,7 @@ taken in the event of user data exposure or compromise, and the timeline for
action.
This policy applies to user data stored on GitLab.com and GitLab Hosted (GitHost).
It does not apply to self-hosted / on-premises GitLab instances or instances hosted with other
It does not apply to self-managed / on-premises GitLab instances or instances hosted with other
providers than GitLab.com and GitLab Hosted.
### Data Classification - What information is covered by this policy
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......@@ -72,7 +72,7 @@ We want to achieve our goals in the following order:
We want to **IPO in 2020**, specifically on Wednesday November 18. 2020 is five years after the first people got stock options with 4 years of vesting. To IPO we need more than $100m in revenue. To achieve that we want to double [Incremental Annual Contract Value (IACV)](/handbook/finance/operating-metrics/#bookings-incremental-annual-contract-value-iacv) every year. We focus on an incremental number instead of growth of our Annual Recurring Revenue (ARR) because [ARR growth is misleading](https://blog.usejournal.com/the-vanity-of-arr-7246e525f4eb). So far we achieved the goal of doubling IACV in 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017.
While we achieve our goals one by one, this doesn't mean we will focus on only one goal at a time. Simultaneously, we'll grow our userbase, get more [paid subscribers](/pricing/#self-hosted), grow [GitLab.com](/pricing/#gitlab-com), realize our [scope](/direction/#scope), and make version control usable for more types of work.
While we achieve our goals one by one, this doesn't mean we will focus on only one goal at a time. Simultaneously, we'll grow our userbase, get more [paid subscribers](/pricing/#self-managed), grow [GitLab.com](/pricing/#gitlab-com), realize our [scope](/direction/#scope), and make version control usable for more types of work.
During phase 2 there is a natural inclination to focus only on on-premises since we make all our money there. Having GitHub focus on SaaS instead of on-premises gave us a great opportunity to achieve phase 1. But GitHub was not wrong, they were early. When everyone was focused on video on demand Netflix focused on shipping DVD's by mail. Not because it was the future but because it was the biggest market. The biggest mistake they could have made was to stick with DVDs. Instead they leveraged the revenue generated with the DVDs to build the best video on demand service.
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......@@ -241,7 +241,7 @@ $product-coming-soon: #f5a623;
$simple-hero-gradient-from: #251b40;
$simple-hero-gradient-to: #6854a3;
$color-self-hosted-accent: #fa7035;
$color-self-managed-accent: #fa7035;
$color-saas-accent: #fba438;
$color-blue-link: #2e87e0;
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......@@ -12,8 +12,8 @@
align-items: center;
justify-content: center;
border-radius: 50%;
background-color: $color-self-hosted-accent;
background-image: linear-gradient(to top, $color-saas-accent 0%, $color-self-hosted-accent 100%);
background-color: $color-self-managed-accent;
background-image: linear-gradient(to top, $color-saas-accent 0%, $color-self-managed-accent 100%);
color: $color-white;
font-size: 20px;
line-height: 1;
......@@ -44,4 +44,3 @@
}
}
}
......@@ -274,7 +274,7 @@
}
}
.btn-self-hosted {
.btn-self-managed {
background-color: $color-primary;
&:hover,
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......@@ -733,7 +733,7 @@ body {
$lt-bg-color: #de7e00;
padding: $spacing-unit-lg 0;
background-color: $lt-bg-color;
background-image: linear-gradient(to bottom, $color-self-hosted-accent, $color-saas-accent);
background-image: linear-gradient(to bottom, $color-self-managed-accent, $color-saas-accent);
color: $color-white;
.cta-btn {
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......@@ -120,9 +120,9 @@
padding-bottom: 120px;
}
.pricing-options--self-hosted & {
border-top: 4px solid $color-self-hosted-accent;
border-bottom: 4px solid $color-self-hosted-accent;
.pricing-options--self-managed & {
border-top: 4px solid $color-self-managed-accent;
border-bottom: 4px solid $color-self-managed-accent;
}
.pricing-options--saas & {
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