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......@@ -11,6 +11,15 @@ variables:
.install: &install
bundle install --jobs 4 --path vendor
# This injects master, merge requests, and tags as default only behavior
# in order to have all jobs run in all cases for these refs, except where
# otherwise intended (for example, to only create review apps for MRs.)
.only-default: &only-default
only:
- master
- merge_requests
- tags
before_script: [*install]
cache:
......@@ -25,6 +34,7 @@ stages:
- deploy
lint 0 2:
<<: *only-default
stage: build
script:
- bundle exec rake lint
......@@ -32,6 +42,7 @@ lint 0 2:
- gitlab-org
lint 1 2:
<<: *only-default
cache: {}
before_script: []
stage: build
......@@ -43,6 +54,7 @@ lint 1 2:
- gitlab-org
crop_pictures:
<<: *only-default
cache: {}
before_script: []
stage: prepare
......@@ -61,10 +73,8 @@ pngbot_commit:
image: registry.gitlab.com/jramsay/pngbot:v0.1.0
before_script: []
cache: {}
except:
- master@gitlab-com/www-gitlab-com
only:
- branches@gitlab-com/www-gitlab-com
- merge_requests@gitlab-com/www-gitlab-com
stage: prepare
script:
- pngbot
......@@ -72,6 +82,7 @@ pngbot_commit:
- gitlab-org
rubocop:
<<: *only-default
stage: build
script:
- bundle exec rubocop
......@@ -95,17 +106,17 @@ spec 0 2:
<<: *rspec_job
allow_failure: true
only:
refs:
- master
- master
spec 0 2:
<<: *rspec_job
allow_failure: false
except:
refs:
- master
only:
- tags
- merge_requests
spec 1 2:
<<: *only-default
cache: {}
before_script: []
stage: build
......@@ -116,6 +127,7 @@ spec 1 2:
- gitlab-org
enforce_relative_links:
<<: *only-default
stage: build
image: alpine
allow_failure: true
......@@ -139,6 +151,9 @@ check_links:
- coala --no-config --ci --bears InvalidLinkBear --settings follow_redirects=True --files="$(paste -s -d, new_files)"
when: manual
allow_failure: true
only:
- merge_requests
- tags
except:
- master
tags:
......@@ -172,6 +187,9 @@ build_branch:
<<: *build_base
script:
- bundle exec rake build
only:
- merge_requests
- tags
except:
- master
......@@ -185,6 +203,7 @@ build_master:
- master
codequality:
<<: *only-default
stage: build
image: docker:stable
allow_failure: true
......@@ -209,6 +228,7 @@ codequality:
- gl-code-quality-report.json
dependency_scanning:
<<: *only-default
stage: build
image: docker:stable
allow_failure: true
......@@ -252,7 +272,7 @@ review:
url: https://$CI_COMMIT_REF_SLUG.about-src.gitlab.com
on_stop: review_stop
only:
- branches@gitlab-com/www-gitlab-com
- merge_requests@gitlab-com/www-gitlab-com
except:
- master@gitlab-com/www-gitlab-com
tags:
......@@ -274,7 +294,7 @@ review_stop:
name: review/$CI_COMMIT_REF_SLUG
action: stop
only:
- branches@gitlab-com/www-gitlab-com
- merge_requests@gitlab-com/www-gitlab-com
except:
- master@gitlab-com/www-gitlab-com
tags:
......
......@@ -56,11 +56,10 @@ The PM leading the post is responsible for adding and checking the following ite
- [ ] Make sure all feature descriptions are positive and cheerful
- [ ] Make sure all features listed in the [direction](https://about.gitlab.com/direction/)
page are included in the post
- [ ] Mention the [release managers](https://about.gitlab.com/community/release-managers/) to remind them
to add the [upgrade barometer](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/marketing/blog/release-posts#upgrade-barometer) section
- [ ] Mention the [Distribution PM (Joshua)](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/engineering/dev-backend/distribution/) asking him
if there's any relevant info to be added to the [upgrade warning](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/marketing/blog/release-posts#upgrade-warning) section. If not, delete the `upgrade` block in the relese post data file
- [ ] Mention managers to remind them to add their team performance improvements: @gitlab-com/backend-managers and @gitlab-org/frontend/frontend-managers
- [ ] Make sure Upgrade barometer is in
- [ ] Check with the [Messaging Lead](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/marketing/blog/release-posts/#messaging-lead) on what the top features should be.
- [ ] Check with the [Messaging Lead](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/marketing/blog/release-posts/#messaging-lead) on what the top features should be.
- [ ] Check if deprecations are included
- [ ] Alert people one working day before each due date (post a comment to #release-post Slack channel)
- [ ] Make sure all images (png, jpg, and gifs) are smaller than 300 KB each
......@@ -75,7 +74,7 @@ to add the [upgrade barometer](https://about.gitlab.com/handbook/marketing/blog/
The following sections are always present, and managed by the PM or Eng lead
owning the related area:
- [ ] Add GitLab Runner improvements: Fabio
- [ ] Add GitLab Runner improvements: Brendan
- [ ] Add Omnibus improvements: Joshua
- [ ] Add Mattermost update to the Omnibus improvements section: Victor
- [ ] Add Performance improvements: Douwe, Sean, Kamil, Yorick, Tim
......
---
layout: blank
title: Redirecting
canonical_path: "/2018/10/24/setting-up-gitlab-ci-for-android-projects/"
---
- path = current_page.data.canonical_path
%p{ :style => "text-align: center; margin-top: 30px;" }
Redirecting to
%a{ href: "#{path}" } https://about.gitlab.com#{path}
:javascript
window.location.replace("#{path}")
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......@@ -8,6 +8,7 @@
- url: gartner-aro
title: "Gartner Application Release Orchestration Report"
subtitle: "Gartner Cites GitLab as a Niche Player in MQ for ARO"
resource_link: /resources/gartner-aro/
include_file: /analysts/includes/gartner-aro
- url: forrester-ci
......
......@@ -15,7 +15,6 @@ customer_overview: |
Axway is a publicly held information technology company specializing in enterprise software, including business analytics, API management, and mobile app development
customer_challenge: |
Connecting globally distributed R&D teams to implement DevOps
customer_solution: GitLab Premium
key_benefits:
- |
......@@ -31,7 +30,7 @@ customer_stats:
- stat: "3,000"
label: projects migrated
- stat: 26x
label: faster cycle time
label: faster relese cycles
customer_study_content:
- title: the customer
......@@ -103,21 +102,21 @@ customer_study_content:
builds and see the output of the pipeline status in the same view as
their code within GitLab.
- |
"All of the development we have done starts with central source code management
in GitLab. This is followed with ephemeral Jenkins through GitLab CI to “eat our own dog
food” in creating pipelines that build and deploy images then QA them and execute
a security scan. Immutable infrastructure and common continuous deployment using
Artifactory and Bintray repositories allows us to deploy Docker container images
into AWS. Our new development is based on microservices, Docker on Kubernetes with
GitLab being the source of our DevOps pipelines," Labourdette explains.
"All of the development we have done starts with central source code management
in GitLab. This is followed with ephemeral Jenkins through GitLab CI to “eat our own dog
food” in creating pipelines that build and deploy images then QA them and execute
a security scan. Immutable infrastructure and common continuous deployment using
Artifactory and Bintray repositories allows us to deploy Docker container images
into AWS. Our new development is based on microservices, Docker on Kubernetes with
GitLab being the source of our DevOps pipelines," Labourdette explains.
- title: the results
subtitle: Faster cycle time and soaring adoption
subtitle: Faster release cycles and soaring adoption
content:
- |
Now, with developers empowered to self-serve with minimal guidelines,
the DevOps teams at Axway have improved their cycle time from annual
the DevOps teams at Axway have improved their release cycle time from annual
releases down to two weeks for some products.
- |
In using a bottom-up approach to choose their SCM solution, adoption of
......
......@@ -15,8 +15,6 @@ customer_overview: |
CERN is the European Organization for Nuclear Research. Using highly sophisticated instruments, the organization’s physicists and engineers study the fundamental particles that are the building blocks of the universe.
customer_challenge: |
Finding a tool that can handle thousands of projects and contributors as well as a revolving door of contributors from across the world.
customer_solution:
GitLab Starter
key_benefits:
- |
Increased visibility and access to research
......
......@@ -14,7 +14,6 @@ customer_employees: 300-500
customer_overview: |
ExtraHop provides analytics and investigation solutions to improve enterprise security and performance at scale. The world's leading organizations trust ExtraHop to support core digital business initiatives like security, IT modernization, and application service delivery.
customer_challenge: Finding a merge-based tool that supports both single, squashed, and bulk commits.
customer_solution: GitLab
key_benefits:
- |
......
title: Goldman Sachs
cover_image: '/images/blogimages/Goldman_Sachs_case_study.jpg'
cover_title: |
Goldman Sachs improves from two daily builds to over a thousand per day
cover_description: |
Engineering teams removed toolchain complexity and accelerated DevOps adoption through GitLab's automation
twitter_image: '/images/blogimages/Goldman_Sachs_case_study.jpg'
customer_logo: 'images/case_study_logos/GSsignature_Blue.png'
customer_logo_css_class: brand-logo-tall
customer_industry: Financial Services
customer_location: United States
customer_employees: 35,000+
customer_overview: |
Goldman Sachs Technology Division and global strategists groups are at the critical center of their business. The dynamic environment at Goldman Sachs requires innovative strategic thinking and immediate, real-time solutions.
customer_challenge: |
Goldman Sachs was looking to increase developer efficiency and software quality, achieve faster development cycles, and enable concurrent development activities.
key_benefits:
- |
Supporting an exponentially larger number of builds than previously thought possible
- |
Simplified Workflow - GitLab’s single application allows developers to manage all efforts in one UI.
- |
Simplified administration using one centralized instance for all repositories
customer_stats:
- stat: 1000+
label: CI feature branch builds a day by some teams
- stat: 52k
label: test cases across 11k test classes
- stat: 1500+
label: adopters in the first two weeks
customer_study_content:
- title: the customer
subtitle: Goldman Sachs solves clients engineering challenges
content:
- |
Goldman Sachs is achieving what was previously assumed to be impossible. With the help of GitLab,
the engineering team is now self-serving thousands of daily builds and dozens of teams are moving
to production on a daily basis. Goldman Sachs empowered users with a strategic development tool and
removed barriers around tool confusion and communication to speed up the delivery cycle.
- |
The Goldman Sachs engineering group is part of the technology division and global strategy groups which are the
critical center of the financial service provider’s business. They solve the most challenging and pressing
engineering problems for Goldman Sachs clients. The group builds massively scalable software and systems, architects
low latency infrastructure solutions, proactively guards against cyber threats, and leverages machine learning
alongside financial engineering to continuously turn data into action.
- |
Goldman Sachs dynamic environment requires innovative strategic thinking and immediate, real solutions.
The group was looking to increase developer efficiency and software quality through faster development cycles
and decreasing the time spent from feature design to production rollout. They wanted to accomplish all of this
while enabling concurrent development activities.
- title: the challenge
subtitle: Increasing build speed by demolishing toolchain complexity
content:
- |
The firm had built its own toolchain but was looking for a solution to increase concurrent development. They wanted a modern
toolset for managing code that developers coming into the firm would likely already be familiar with; this led to an evaluation
of GitLab and other git-based vendor products.
- |
From their discovery process, they decided GitLab had the best CI/CD infrastructure to meet their needs. Initial users reported
that it was easy to use and offered a complete end-to-end platform for software development allowing them to replace their current
toolchain and increase speed and coordination in the process.
- title: the solution
subtitle: GitLab increases Goldman Sachs build velocity
content:
- |
GitLab is used as a complete ecosystem for development, source code control and reviews, builds,
testing, QA, and production deployments. All the new strategic pieces of Goldman Sachs’ software
development platforms are tied into GitLab.
- |
GitLab is helping the business-line engineering teams move faster to develop and improve their software
and deliver for clients. One of the firm’s most important projects has moved from a release cycle of once
every 1-2 weeks to once every few minutes because of GitLab.
- blockquote: GitLab has allowed us to dramatically increase the velocity of development in our
Engineering Division. We believe GitLab’s dedication to helping enterprises rapidly and effectively
bring software to market will help other companies achieve the same sort of efficiencies we have seen inside Goldman Sachs.
We now see some teams running and merging 1000+ CI feature branch builds a day!
attribution: Andrew Knight
attribution_title: Managing Director at Goldman Sachs
- content:
- |
GitLab provided them a single application to roll out DevOps to the thousands of users at the bank. The ease of
people only having to learn one application accelerated their adoption time. They were concerned that multiple tools,
like most companies use, would be confusing, difficult to maintain and would deter adoption.
- title: the results
subtitle: Dozens of teams pushing to production in less than 24 hours
content:
- |
The engineering group at Goldman Sachs is achieving this increased efficiency and speed by collaborating and connecting on a new level.
They are seeing dozens of teams pushing to production in less than 24 hours. By tying together all the different parts of the development
lifecycle into one consistent ecosystem, GitLab has helped developers work more effectively. All the different parts of what they need to
do can be brought together under a single umbrella to be more efficient.
- |
The team is also using GitLab as a means of moving teams to more strategic infrastructure which supports containers, as well as other
strategic initiatives that are only offered on the new platform. This really helps make sure that the group is focusing efforts to use
the latest technologies in the right places, and not just retrofit to the legacy infrastructure. GitLab also works well with Kubernetes
out of the box which simplified their process.
- blockquote: We’re bringing into the firm a platform that our engineers actually want to use – which helps drive adoption across multiple teams
and increase productivity without having to ‘force’ anyone to adopt it. This is really helping to create an ecosystem where our end users are
actively helping us drive towards our strategic goals - more releases, better controls, better software.
attribution: George Grant
attribution_title: VP technology fellow, Goldman Sachs
......@@ -15,7 +15,6 @@ customer_overview: |
A software application aims to simplify day-to-day farming operations by tracking harvests and crop protection methods to increase efficiency and productivity.
customer_challenge: |
Improving the quality of software when faced with user language barriers and a lack of development visibility.
customer_solution: GitLab + Bugsee
key_benefits:
- |
......
......@@ -14,7 +14,6 @@ customer_employees: 201-500
customer_overview: |
Paessler AG is the company behind PRTG Network Monitor, an award-winning Unified Monitoring Solution. Helping IT professionals monitor their entire infrastructure around the clock, PRTG monitors all systems, devices, traffic and applications of your IT infrastructure.
customer_challenge: Connecting globally distributed R&D teams to implement DevOps
customer_solution: GitLab
key_benefits:
- |
......
......@@ -15,7 +15,6 @@ customer_overview: |
Trek10 leverages AWS managed services to build serverless applications while enabling enterprises to migrate to cloud native architecture.
customer_challenge: |
Providing transparent insight into projects to increase client knowledge and satisfaction.
customer_solution: GitLab Starter
key_benefits:
- |
......
......@@ -845,8 +845,8 @@ interactive_application_security_testing:
fuzzing:
name: "Fuzzing"
stage: secure
alt_link: https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ee/issues/8453
vision: https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ee/issues/8453
alt_link: https://gitlab.com/groups/gitlab-org/-/epics/818
vision: https://gitlab.com/groups/gitlab-org/-/epics/818
documentation:
description: "Fuzzy testing increase chances to get results by using arbitrary payloads instead of well-known ones."
roi: false
......@@ -872,7 +872,7 @@ continuous_delivery:
release_orchestration:
name: "Release Orchestration"
alt_link: https://gitlab.com/groups/gitlab-org/-/epics/491
alt_link: /direction/release/release_orchestration/
vision: /direction/release/release_orchestration/
stage: release
description: "Management and orchestration of releases-as-code that supports intelligent notifications, scheduling of delivery and shared resources, blackout periods, relationships, parallelization, and sequencing, as well as support for integrating manual processes and interventions."
......@@ -939,7 +939,7 @@ feature_flags:
release_governance:
name: "Release Governance"
stage: release
alt_link: https://gitlab.com/groups/gitlab-org/-/epics/341
alt_link: /direction/release/release_governance/
vision: /direction/release/release_governance/
description: "Release Governance includes features such as deploy-time security controls to ensure only trusted container images are deployed on Kubernetes Engine, and more broadly includes all the assurances and evidence collection that are necessary for you to trust the changes you're delivering."
roi: false
......@@ -956,7 +956,7 @@ auto_devops:
alt_link: /product/auto-devops/
marketing_page: /product/auto-devops/
documentation: https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/topics/autodevops/
vision: https://gitlab.com/groups/gitlab-org/-/epics/352
vision: https://gitlab.com/groups/gitlab-org/-/epics/480
description: "Commit your code and GitLab does the rest to build, test, deploy, and monitor automatically. Eliminate the complexities of getting going with automated software delivery by automatically setting up the pipeline and necessary integrations, freeing up your teams to focus on the culture part."
roi: true
available: 2017-09-22
......@@ -1164,87 +1164,82 @@ status_page:
# Defend
runtime_application_security:
name: "Runtime Application Security"
runtime_application_self_protection:
name: "Runtime Application Self Protection"
stage: defend
alt_link: https://gitlab.com/groups/gitlab-org/-/epics/541
vision: https://gitlab.com/groups/gitlab-org/-/epics/541
description: |
When applications are deployed to production, they are subject to real
security threats that may lead to unauthorized access to sensitive data.
Protection systems at runtime, like Runtime Application Self Protection
(RASP) agents and Web Application Firewalls (WAF), actively monitor and
block threats before they can exploit vulnerability in the target
application.
alt_link: https://gitlab.com/groups/gitlab-org/-/epics/443
vision: https://gitlab.com/groups/gitlab-org/-/epics/443
description: "When applications are deployed to production, they are subject to real security threats that may lead to unauthorized access to sensitive data. Runtime Application Self Protection (RASP) actively monitor and block threats before they can exploit vulnerability in the target application."
roi: false
available: 2019-05-22
viable: 2019-05-22
complete:
lovable:
ids_ips:
name: "IDS/IPS"
web_firewall:
name: "Web Application Firewall"
stage: defend
alt_link: https://gitlab.com/groups/gitlab-org/-/epics/795
vision: https://gitlab.com/groups/gitlab-org/-/epics/795
description: |
Intrusion detection / prevention
description: ""
roi: false
available: 2019-12-22
available: 2019-05-22
viable: 2019-05-22
complete:
lovable:
honeypots:
name: Honeypots
threat_detection:
name: "Threat Detection"
stage: defend
description: "Detect and respond to security threats."
alt_link: https://gitlab.com/groups/gitlab-org/-/epics/744
vision: https://gitlab.com/groups/gitlab-org/-/epics/744
roi: false
available: 2019-12-22
storage_security:
name: "Storage security"
behavior_analytics:
name: "Behavior Analytics"
stage: defend
alt_link: https://gitlab.com/groups/gitlab-org/-/epics/796
vision: https://gitlab.com/groups/gitlab-org/-/epics/796
description:
alt_link: https://gitlab.com/groups/gitlab-org/-/epics/748
vision: https://gitlab.com/groups/gitlab-org/-/epics/748
description: "Machine learning to analyze normal and aberrant behavior."
roi: false
available: 2019-12-22
siem:
name: "SIEM"
vulnerability_management:
name: "Vulnerability Management"
stage: defend
description: "Security dashboards"
alt_link: https://gitlab.com/groups/gitlab-org/-/epics/797
vision: https://gitlab.com/groups/gitlab-org/-/epics/797
description: |
Security information and event management
roi: false
available: 2019-12-22
data_loss_prevention:
name: "Data loss prevention"
name: "Data Loss Prevention"
stage: defend
alt_link: https://gitlab.com/groups/gitlab-org/-/epics/798
vision: https://gitlab.com/groups/gitlab-org/-/epics/798
description:
# description: ""
roi: false
available: 2019-12-22
cyber_threat_hunting:
name: "Cyber Threat Hunting"
alt_link: https://gitlab.com/groups/gitlab-org/-/epics/747
vision: https://gitlab.com/groups/gitlab-org/-/epics/747
stage: defend
storage_security:
name: "Storage Security"
alt_link: https://gitlab.com/groups/gitlab-org/-/epics/796
vision: https://gitlab.com/groups/gitlab-org/-/epics/796
# description:
roi: false
available: 2019-12-22
ueba:
name: "UEBA"
container_network_security:
name: "Container Network Security"
stage: defend
alt_link: https://gitlab.com/groups/gitlab-org/-/epics/748
vision: https://gitlab.com/groups/gitlab-org/-/epics/748
description: |
User and Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA)
# description: ""
alt_link: https://gitlab.com/groups/gitlab-org/-/epics/822
vision: https://gitlab.com/groups/gitlab-org/-/epics/822
roi: false
available: 2019-12-22
available: 2020-12-22
# Enablement
......
dev:
name: "Dev"
pm: Eric Brinkman
em: Tommy Morgan
em: Tim Zallmann
pmm: John Jeremiah
cm: Erica Lindberg
tw: Mike Lewis
qm: Ramya Authappan
cicd:
name: "CI/CD"
......@@ -13,6 +14,7 @@ cicd:
pmm: William Chia
cm: Erica Lindberg
tw: Mike Lewis
qm: Mek Stittri
ops:
name: "Ops"
......@@ -21,6 +23,7 @@ ops:
pmm: William Chia
cm: Erica Lindberg
tw: Mike Lewis
qm: Mek Stittri
secure:
name: "Secure"
......@@ -29,6 +32,7 @@ secure:
pmm: Cindy Blake
cm: Erica Lindberg
tw: Mike Lewis
qm: Mek Stittri
defend:
name: "Defend"
......@@ -37,6 +41,7 @@ defend:
pmm: Cindy Blake
cm: Erica Lindberg
tw: Mike Lewis
qm: Mek Stittri
growth:
name: "Growth"
......@@ -45,6 +50,7 @@ growth:
pmm: Ashish Kuthiala
cm: Erica Lindberg
tw: Mike Lewis
qm: Mek Stittri
enablement:
name: "Enablement"
......@@ -53,3 +59,4 @@ enablement:
pmm: Ashish Kuthiala
cm: Erica Lindberg
tw: Mike Lewis
qm: Mek Stittri
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......@@ -327,9 +327,9 @@ gartner:
details:
- leaders: "Cisco, Dynatrace, New Relic, CA Technologies"
- linktitle: "Link to report"
link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1hIjAUtMa8uQxENjAwyyrCbCe7wVj88Wf/view?usp=sharing
- inclusion: "Vendors must offer an APM on-premises or Saas-based suite that includes all the following functions and characteristics: digital experience monitoring, application discovery, tracing and diagnostics, and AIOps for applications. Providers must be among the top 12 vendors in the APM market suite maret in terms of revenue. Smaller revenue vendors oved up the listng for any technical limitations that disqualified a larger technology provider."
- stage: ""
link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1jRRLzhmCcmBx8FiVkeJ5abGPrnxpV6L2/view?usp=sharing
- inclusion: "Vendors must offer an APM on-premises or Saas-based suite that includes all the following functions and characteristics: digital experience monitoring, application discovery, tracing and diagnostics, and AIOps for applications. Providers must be among the top 12 vendors in the APM market suite market in terms of revenue. Smaller revenue vendors moved up the listing for any technical limitations that disqualified a larger technology provider."
- stage: "Monitor"
description: "While AIOps for applications functionality is considered to be an essential component of a Magic Quadrant-qualifying APM suite, vendors whose offerings are focused on general AIOps capabilities are increasingly seen by users as viable alternatives to classical APM vendors. IT operations and other organizations are already awash with data, and this situation will likely only become more challenging with the growth of cloud, microservices, IoT and so on. Hence, Gartner sees companies such as Splunk, Sumo Logic and even the open-source Elastic Stack (combining Elasticsearch, Logstash and Kibana) as leveraging their current repository capabilities to act as the system of -truth- for APM data."
- report_title: "Critical Capabilities for Application Release Orchestration"
......@@ -569,20 +569,25 @@ gartner:
report_last_date: "November, 2018"
report_next_date: "November, 2019"
details:
- leaders: ""
- leaders: "Software AG, EOS Software, Planview, CA Technologies"
- linktitle: "Link to report"
link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1l3f3LlxZgk47mvsgSu-OmfJ93FbhpRxC/view?usp=sharing
description: ""
- inclusion: "Vendors must provide a top-down, stand-alone and dynamic IT portfolio analysis system. The products they offer must allow users to natively create and amnage at least three IT domain-specific portfolios; combine and cross-reference many types of objects and portfolios; include the ability to incorporate unstructured data such as survey results; support the identification, cataloging and analysis of risk factors; support the ability to graqphically depict, value and analyze application inventories; and allow users to buiild emergent digital product portfolios; support the creation and management of role-specific views for both IT and business managers, with material to support portfolio analysis and management; provide native portfolio management features and functions; import or otherwise include the potential operational costs and service impacts related to decision making affecting any IT portfolio, as well as import, manage and correlate data from other systems; suport IIPA without requiring the use of outside bolt-on software; be generally available and have multiple customers using the product in production."
- stage: ""
description: "The integrated IT portfolio analysis (IIPA) market provides technology solutions that can present the interrelated perspectives, views and considerations needed to make strategic decisions, as more enterprises shift from initiating to scaling digital business. IIPA vendors offer versatile and dynamic portfolio analysis and management, enabling users to create, connect and share portfolios."
- report_title: "Magic Quadrant for Intrusion Detection and Prevention Systems"
report_last_date: "January, 2018"
report_next_date: "January, 2019"
report_next_date: "March, 2019"
details:
- leaders: ""
- leaders: "Cisco, McAfee, Trend Micro"
- linktitle: "Link to report"
link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-5QRbOpOJys_G_xGgJIzgdEqRNfNeorq/view?usp=sharing
description: ""
- inclusion: "Only products that meet the following criteria will be included: Operate as a network appliance; apply policy based on several detection methodologies to network traffic; perform packet normalization, assembly and inspection to support these detection and prevention use cases; provide the ability to identify and respond to malicious and/or unwanted sessions with multiple methods; adapt the policy based on correlation with vulnerability assessment tolls to dynamically apply protections to protect internal and external asets found to be vulnerable; have achieved network IDPS product sales and maintenance revenue of over $10 million; sell the product as primarily meeting stand-alone network intrusion detection and prevention use cases."
- stage: ""
description: "This Magic Quadrant focuses on the market for stand-alone IDPS appliances; however, IDPS capabilities are also delivered as functionality in other network security products. "
- report_title: "Magic Quadrant for IT Service Management Tools"
report_last_date: "August, 2018"
......
......@@ -157,12 +157,12 @@ devops_tools:
- continuous_integration
- continuous_delivery
summary: 'AWS CodeStar helps you develop, build, and deploy applications on AWS by providing a pre-configured continuous delivery toolchain. Built-in security policies for various roles secure code access while the project dashboard centrally monitors application activity. Integration with Atlassian JIRA is required to create and manage JIRA issues in the AWS CodeStar dashboard. GitLab is a single application that spans the entire DevOps lifecycle, providing CI/CD plus issue tracking for any SLDC, including that built on AWS.'
jetbrains:
name: 'Jet Brains TeamCity'
teamcity:
name: 'JetBrains TeamCity'
logo: '/images/devops-tools/teamcity.png'
category:
- continuous_integration
include_file: devops-tools/jetbrains/index.html.md
include_file: devops-tools/teamcity/index.html.md
new_relic:
name: 'New Relic'
logo: '/images/devops-tools/new-relic-logo.png'
......@@ -477,9 +477,12 @@ devops_tools:
Qualys offers cloud infrastructure security and web application security, delivered as a public or private cloud.
GitLab Ultimate is available on-premise or in the cloud and provides integrated application security scanning with every code commit, including Static and Dynamic Application Security Testing, along with dependency scanning, container scanning, and license management.
cloud_build:
name: 'Google CloudBuild'
logo: '/images/logos/google-cloud-platform.png'
cloudbuild:
name: 'Google CloudBuild'
logo: '/images/logos/google-cloud-platform.png'
include_file: devops-tools/cloudbuild/index.html.md
category:
- continuous_integration
puppet:
name: 'Puppet Enterprise'
logo: '/images/logos/puppet-logo.svg'
......@@ -650,29 +653,29 @@ devops_tools:
name: FireEye
logo: '/images/devops-tools/fireeye.png'
category:
- runtime_application_security
- siem
- runtime_application_self_protection
- threat_detection
summary: |
FireEye offers Network Security, next generation Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) and non-malware-based threat detection, along with Endpoint security, and Mail security. FireEye network security offers signatureless detection and protection against the most advanced threats and includes built-in Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) and Dynamic Threat Intelligence. It can be deployed in-line and out of band, on-premise, or hybrid, public and private cloud. The FireEye SIEM solution is SaaS based and provides workflow automation while Mandiant threat research increases SOC analyst efficiency with guided investigation tips & tools.
f5:
name: F5
logo: '/images/devops-tools/f5.png'
category:
- runtime_application_security
- runtime_application_self_protection
summary: |
F5 offers Web Application Firewall (WAF), Access Management, and Network security. The WAF uses behavioral analytics, proactive bot defense, and application-layer encryption of sensitive data, such as credentials. F5 network security includes Big IP firewall manager, available on-premise or in the cloud.
symantec:
name: Symantec
logo: '/images/devops-tools/symantec.png'
category:
- runtime_application_security
- runtime_application_self_protection
summary: |
Symantec is best known for Endpoint Security and Email security. Their Network security is robust including a secure web gateway, a Cloud Security Access Broker (CASB) and a Web Application Firewall (WAF) & Reverse Proxy, built on the ProxySG platform, to secure mobile and web applications.
splunk:
name: Splunk
logo: '/images/devops-tools/splunk.png'
category:
- siem
- threat_detection
summary: |
Splunk offers operational and security monitoring including Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), available on-premise and SaaS. Their SIEM is complemented by products for User Behavior Analytics (UBA), predictive analytics, and security, operational and cost management insights of AWS workloads. They have a SIEM alternative focused on log search and management for small IT environments.
features:
......@@ -731,7 +734,7 @@ features:
spinnaker: false
bamboo: true
puppet: true
jetbrains: partially
teamcity: partially
- title: "Innersourcing"
description: "Internal projects in GitLab allow you to promote innersourcing of your internal repositories."
link_description: "Find out more about innersourcing"
......@@ -929,8 +932,8 @@ features:
gitlab_starter: true
gitlab_premium: true
gitlab_ultimate: true
- title: "System Activity"
description: "View system activity to see a history of changes to issues, merge requests, and epics."
- title: "Filterable System Activity"
description: "View system activity to see a history of changes to issues, merge requests, and epics. Filter by comments only or history only."
link: 'https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/user/discussions/'
link_description: "Learn more about System Activity"
screenshot_url: 'images/feature_page/screenshots/system-activity.png'
......@@ -2621,7 +2624,7 @@ features:
jenkins: false
travis_ci: false
circle_ci: false
jetbrains: partially
teamcity: partially
codefresh: true
gogs: false
sonatype_nexus_repo: true
......@@ -2675,7 +2678,7 @@ features:
travis_ci: false
jenkins: false
circle_ci: false
jetbrains: false
teamcity: false
codefresh: false
codestar: false
gitlab_merge_requests: true
......@@ -2945,7 +2948,7 @@ features:
travis_ci: true
jenkins: true
circle_ci: true
jetbrains: true
teamcity: true
spinnaker: true
codestar: true
bitbucket: true
......@@ -3764,18 +3767,6 @@ features:
gitlab_premium: true
gitlab_ultimate: true
gitlab_com: false
- title: "Code Owners"
description: "The ability to specify Code Owners or reviewers in the repository."
link: https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ee/issues/1012
link_description: "GitLab's issue to implement this"
category:
- source_code_management
gitlab_core: false
gitlab_starter: false
gitlab_premium: false
gitlab_ultimate: false
gitlab_com: false
github: true
- title: "Deploy from Chat"
description: "Deploy from one environment (e.g. staging) to any other (e.g. production) from Chat"
link: https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/integration/slash_commands.html
......@@ -3857,7 +3848,7 @@ features:
travis_ci: true
jenkins: false
circle_ci: true
jetbrains: true
teamcity: true
spinnaker: true
codestar: true
- title: "Docker image support"
......@@ -4039,7 +4030,7 @@ features:
bamboo: false
puppet: false
chef: false
jetbrains: partially
teamcity: partially
ansible: 'partially'
saltstack: false
awsopsworks: true
......@@ -4079,7 +4070,7 @@ features:
travis_ci: false
jenkins: true
circle_ci: true
jetbrains: true
teamcity: true
spinnaker: false
codestar: false
codefresh: true
......@@ -4117,7 +4108,7 @@ features:
jenkins: false
circle_ci: true
spinnaker: false
jetbrains: partially
teamcity: partially
bamboo: true
roi_case: "Allow uploaded artifacts to be browsable and downloaded directly with the UI, saving time using external services for this."
shorthand: browsable_artifacts
......@@ -4138,7 +4129,7 @@ features:
travis_ci: true
jenkins: true
circle_ci: true
jetbrains: true
teamcity: true
spinnaker: true
codestar: true
bamboo: true
......@@ -4161,7 +4152,7 @@ features:
travis_ci: false
jenkins: 'partially'
circle_ci: false
jetbrains: true
teamcity: true
bamboo: false
plutora: false
roi_case: "Allow automatic code quality checks and feedback directly in the MR, saving time checking them manually, for each MR."
......@@ -4185,7 +4176,7 @@ features:
travis_ci: false
jenkins: 'partially'
circle_ci: false
jetbrains: true
teamcity: true
spinnaker: false
codestar: false
bamboo: false
......@@ -4534,7 +4525,7 @@ features:
jenkins: false
circle_ci: false
codestar: false
jetbrains: partially
teamcity: partially
codefresh: true
plutora: false
- title: "Easy creation of Kubernetes clusters on GKE"
......@@ -4878,7 +4869,7 @@ features:
jenkins: false
codestar: false
electric_flow: false
jetbrains: partially
teamcity: partially
plutora: false
- title: "Containment"
description: "Containing your company's IP behind the company's firewall gives you protection from unauthorized access. Learn from the lessons of Code Space."
......@@ -5743,7 +5734,7 @@ features:
gitlab_ci: true
travis_ci: false
jenkins: false
jetbrains: false
teamcity: false
circle_ci: false
codestar: true
- title: "Supports geolocation-aware DNS"
......@@ -5820,18 +5811,6 @@ features:
gitlab_ultimate: true
gitlab_com: true
github: true
- title: "'Contribute to GitLab' link"
description: "GitLab Core and GitLab.com users can now find our GitLab contribution page with a handy link, available right away from your user profile menu."
link_description: "Learn more about Contributing to GitLab"
link: "https://about.gitlab.com/contributing/"
category:
- unknown
gitlab_core: true
gitlab_starter: false
gitlab_premium: false
gitlab_ultimate: false
gitlab_com: true
github: false
- title: "Allow SAML assurance level to bypass 2FA"
description: "it is now possible to honor the SAML provider's assurance level, allowing to disable the two-factor authentification on GitLab side via a new SAML configuration option"
link_description: "Learn more about SAML OmniAuth Provider"
......
......@@ -22,6 +22,8 @@
logo: /images/organizations/logo_goldman_sachs.svg
landing: true
industry_type: 'financial'
asset_type: case-study
asset_link: /customers/goldman-sachs
- name: Bayer
logo: /images/organizations/logo_bayer.svg
industry_type: 'science'
......@@ -277,6 +279,12 @@
logo: /images/organizations/logo_vencore.svg
landing: false
industry_type: 'technology'
- name: Wag
logo: /images/organizations/logo-wag.svg
landing: true
industry_type: 'technology'
asset_type: case-study
asset_link: /2019/01/16/wag-labs-blog-post/
- name: William Hill
logo: /images/organizations/logo_william_hill.svg
landing: false
......
......@@ -429,3 +429,16 @@
Want to see your name and picture here? Ask your owner/servant to
check out our latest
<a href="https://about.gitlab.com/jobs/">job openings</a>!
- name: Harley
picture: harley.jpg
human: Mike Lindsay
story: |
Harley is new to the cheer department, and likes long walks in....well anywhere. He has a
good time chewing on pretty much anything, including your Bacon and Best Bowling Shoes.
- name: Mckenzie
picture: mckenzie.jpg
human: Mike Lindsay
story: |
After many successful bids at Employee of the Month, Mckenzie is bucking for Employee of
the Year with her constant snuggles. Her 50lb frame identifies as a lap or toy dog and
she will not be denied.
......@@ -39,7 +39,7 @@ releases:
structural_check: marcia
copy_edit: rebecca
messaging: cblake
social: evhoffmann
social: marcia
- version: "11.9"
date: "2019-3-22"
manager: kencjohnston
......
......@@ -24,7 +24,7 @@
open: false
- title: "Accounts Payable"
description: /job-families/finance/accounts-payable-administrator/
description: /job-families/finance/accounts-payable-specialist/
levels: basic
salary: 71000
apply:
......
......@@ -28,6 +28,8 @@ stages:
cm: Suri Patel
backend_engineering_manager: Liam McAndrew
frontend_engineering_manager: Dennis Tang (Interim)
test_automation_engineers:
- Sanad Liaquat
ux: Chris Peressini
tech_writer: Evan Read
groups:
......@@ -67,6 +69,8 @@ stages:
cm: Suri Patel
backend_engineering_manager: Sean McGivern
frontend_engineering_manager: André Luís
test_automation_engineers:
- Ramya Authappan
ux: Pedro Moreira da Silva
tech_writer: Mike Lewis
groups:
......@@ -107,6 +111,9 @@ stages:
cm: Suri Patel
backend_engineering_manager: Douwe Maan
frontend_engineering_manager: André Luís
test_automation_engineers:
- Mark Lapierre
- Tomislav Nikić
ux: Jeethu
tech_writer: Marcia Ramos
groups:
......@@ -161,6 +168,7 @@ stages:
internal_customers:
- Quality Department
- UX Department
- Infrastructure Department
groups:
ci:
name: "CI & Runner"
......@@ -228,7 +236,7 @@ stages:
pmm: Cindy Blake
cm: Erica Lindberg
backend_engineering_manager: Philippe Lafoucrière
frontend_engineering_manager: Tim Z (Interim)
frontend_engineering_manager: Lukas Eipert (Interim)
ux: Andy
tech_writer: Axil
internal_customers:
......@@ -315,6 +323,8 @@ stages:
cm: Aricka Flowers
backend_engineering_manager: Dylan Griffith
frontend_engineering_manager: Tim Z (Interim)
test_automation_engineers:
- Dan Davison
ux: Taurie
tech_writer: Evan Read
internal_customers:
......@@ -386,7 +396,7 @@ stages:
marketing: true
description: "Defend your apps and infrastructure from security intrusions."
body: |
GitLab provides Network Security and SIEM to help you react to security incidents.
GitLab provides runtime application security, threat detection and management, data security, and application infrastructure security.
vision: /direction/defend
roadmap: "https://gitlab.com/groups/gitlab-org/-/roadmap?label_name%5B%5D=devops%3Adefend&scope=all&sort=end_date_asc&state=opened&layout=QUARTERS"
established: 2019
......@@ -399,7 +409,7 @@ stages:
pmm: Cindy Blake
cm: Erica Lindberg
backend_engineering_manager: Philippe Lafoucrière
frontend_engineering_manager: Tim Z (Interim)
frontend_engineering_manager: Lukas Eipert (Interim)
ux: Andy
tech_writer: Axil
internal_customers:
......@@ -408,26 +418,20 @@ stages:
runtime_application_security:
name: Runtime Application Security
categories:
- runtime_application_security
ids_ips:
name: "IDS/IPS"
- runtime_application_self_protection
- web_firewall
threat_management:
name: "Threat Management"
categories:
- ids_ips
- honeypots
storage_security:
name: Storage Security
categories:
- storage_security
siem:
name: SIEM
categories:
- siem
- cyber_threat_hunting
- ueba
data_loss_prevention:
name: Data loss prevention
- threat_detection
- behavior_analytics
- vulnerability_management
application_infrastructure_security:
name: Application Infrastructure Security
categories:
- data_loss_prevention
- storage_security
- container_network_security
growth:
display_name: Growth
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form: 1592
success_message: "Thank you for registering. You will receive an email with additional webcast details."
image: /images/demo/demo.svg
description: "Over the past few years, Ask Media Group has made the shift from on-prem data centers to the AWS cloud, and in so doing, rearchitected numerous legacy systems from monoliths to microservices. Hear from David Rowley, CTO, Ask Media Group about how they accomplished this and what lessons they can share with you."
description: "Over the past few years, Ask Media Group has made the shift from on-prem data centers to the AWS cloud, and in so doing, rearchitected numerous legacy systems from monoliths to microservices. Hear from Chenglim Ear, Principal Software Engineer, Ask Media Group about how they accomplished this and what lessons they can share with you."
content: |