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Puntos a favor:

GitLab is easy to use and configure the code collaboration is also top notch with every commit being logged to review incase someone messes up the code.

Puntos en contra:

A bit confusing at the beginning, it's complex and has a steep learning curve. The user interface could do a make over.

Valoraciones de GitLab

Evaluación media

Facilidad de uso
4,4
Atención al cliente
4,2
Funcionalidades
4,6
Relación calidad-precio
4,5

Probabilidad de recomendación

8,8/10

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Justin
Justin
DevOps Engineer
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Software informático, 201-500 empleados
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de dos años
Fuente de la reseña

Made DevOps possible for my company

5,0 hace 2 años
Los subtítulos en español están disponibles en el reproductor de vídeo
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Ingeniero Hardware en España
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Ingeniería industrial o mecánica, 201-500 empleados
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de dos años
Fuente de la reseña

Gestion de proyectos y codigo

4,0 la semana pasada Nuevo

Puntos a favor:

Muy facil de organizar, permite subgrupos

Puntos en contra:

Version en continuo cambio, equipos limitados a 5 personas

Jander
Jander
Project Manager en Brasil
Usuario de Linkedin verificado
Educación superior, 5.001-10.000 empleados
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de dos años
Fuente de la reseña

Alternativas consideradas:

It's more than a code version software

5,0 hace 2 meses Nuevo

Comentarios: We use a lot of GitLab features daily in our software development department.
CI/CD features help us a lot.
I recommend!

Puntos a favor:

Code versioning Authentication Continuous integration features Continuous delivery features

Puntos en contra:

I just can see some menu options after a click.

Yurie Katri
Yurie Katri
DevOps Engineer en España
Usuario de Linkedin verificado
Telecomunicaciones, 10.000+ empleados
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de un año
Fuente de la reseña

A perfect place for program management

4,0 hace 2 meses Nuevo

Comentarios: Safe to use as SaaS. Easy to build even on-premises, but the SaaS version can be used with peace of mind thanks to strong security measures. Obtaining ISO/IEC 27001: 2013 certification, can be used with greater peace of mind, making it easier to approve the internal introduction request. If you are confident in the security, you can operate free of charge by creating a local server. When creating the request form to send to the internal IT department when submitting the SaaS version, there were some unclear points about security management in GitLab, but GitLab support took the trouble to conduct a remote meeting and was able to resolve all doubts.

Puntos a favor:

The source code can be managed anywhere as long as you are connected to the Internet. The editor also supports Once editing is finished, you can manage versions by connecting to the Internet and clicking, so you do not need to be connected to the Internet all the time. The source code editing software also supports this, so you can manage it with GUI button operation.

Puntos en contra:

There is issue management, but there is no task management feature. Therefore, we are forced to handle GitLab + Redmine. If you have a task management feature, you can consolidate with this, and work efficiency will increase.

Ville
Logistics en Finlandia
Logística y cadena de suministro, 201-500 empleados
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de un año
Fuente de la reseña

Good platform for tracking application issues and project development

3,0 hace 4 semanas Nuevo

Comentarios: My overall experience has been good. GitHub has created an efficient tool to report and track technical issues. Through this tool, tech teams and other teams in a business can work together to solve the technical problems.

Puntos a favor:

Gitlab is an excellent tool for creating tickets regarding issues with an application or platform. It allows easy tracking of the progress of the ticket and it keeps the whole team on track with the situation.

Puntos en contra:

The software is not the most user-friendly. Creating and tracking tickets on the software is time taking. The flow of the software could be a little smoother and more straightforward.

Andy
Andy
Technology Planning for Transport Networks en México
Usuario de Linkedin verificado
Telecomunicaciones, 10.000+ empleados
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de un año
Fuente de la reseña

Alternativas consideradas:

The first step to using Git on your computer is from this tool

4,0 hace 3 meses

Comentarios: I think it's good that you can use it in basically the same way as GitHub, and that you can manage it by making use of your existing knowledge. Also, I think it's nice that GitLab has unique features that are easier to use, such as a feature that changes the display of the file icon for each file extension.

Puntos a favor:

Using Git as a configuration management tool is already common sense (essential), but I think this software is the most used for remote (distributed) development. There are many cases where you install Git on each person's terminal and operate the commands, but if it is team development and you can't use an "external (public Internet) repository", it is better to set up and operate a Git repository with GitLab I think it will be the safest and standard way to use Git.

Puntos en contra:

I guess there is no choice but to get used to it, but I would like to see more visual changes and expressions (messages) when conflicts occur that are easier to understand for beginners. After all, I'd like to see them develop an interface that makes it easier to understand the concept of Git configuration in the first place.

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Software development Engineer en India
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Servicios financieros, 10.000+ empleados
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de dos años
Fuente de la reseña

Developer friendly CICD

5,0 hace 2 meses Nuevo

Comentarios: Gitlab, it is the best CICD and Source control, I ever used. I feel it's even better than GitHub.
It makes our lives easier and convenient.

Puntos a favor:

Gitlab offers excellent user friendly interface and has literally no learning curve. I love how its script is well organised and easy to develop. It supports docker for each stage, which creates us a stable environment for the builds and tests.

Puntos en contra:

I cannot think of cons in Gitlab. Only thing is that the pipeline is just developer friendly, we could really use a interface to design the pipeline for non-programmers or new comers.

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Student en Nepal
Usuario de Linkedin verificado
Administración educativa, Trabajador autónomo
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de un año
Fuente de la reseña

Alternativas consideradas:

Best On-premises git client

5,0 hace 2 meses Nuevo

Puntos a favor:

The fact that I can deploy Gitlab locally and start collaborating with my teammates on version control and source code management.

Puntos en contra:

sometime the application becomes bit laggy and crashes

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Junior Engineer en Nepal
Usuario de Linkedin verificado
Tecnología y servicios de la información, 201-500 empleados
Ha utilizado el software durante: 6-12 meses
Fuente de la reseña

Gitlab is a good source control tools for developers

5,0 hace 3 semanas Nuevo

Comentarios: I have been using Gitlab daily for our organization-only version control platform. I can easily review my code and progress and track the changes I made to the code like commits and merges.

Puntos a favor:

It is really easy to view and review the changes you made to the code base. It also has standard CI/CD for continuous integration. I can also view all the logs of the whole project. And it is Open Source.

Puntos en contra:

It has a lot of features and functionalities so I find it hard to learn to use them efficiently. The UI is also somewhat complex to navigate.

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Software Quality Assurance Engineer en Filipinas
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Tecnología y servicios de la información, 201-500 empleados
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de un año
Fuente de la reseña

Recommended Version Control System for Test Automation!

5,0 el mes pasado Nuevo

Comentarios: - If you are working in a test automation team and you are looking for a good starter tool for source code versioning, then GitLab is a great option- GitLab is beginner friendly yet covers the major and core functionality of Git- Components are pretty straightforward and the software will surely guide you while using it

Puntos a favor:

- The user experience is something I really commend about this tool. The workflow is not really confusing yet you are sure that you are doing the legit Git commands- The UI is not intimidating. Even if you are not a developer, you can assure that the colors and the components are easy to follow and the app will guide you into using it- I like the fact that it can be integrated to the test management tools you are using as well, such as Atlassian tools

Puntos en contra:

- Nothing much. Personally, I see myself using this tool for a long time

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Staff Engineer en India
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Software informático, 10.000+ empleados
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de dos años
Fuente de la reseña

Develop, build, Deploy using GitLab

5,0 hace 2 meses Nuevo

Puntos a favor:

We are using Gitlab for hosting repositories for our project. Testing (SAST) is super easy and integration of static code analysis is also really easy. We have also connected the repos with CI pipelines which is a really added advantage and at lesser cost that Azure Repos

Puntos en contra:

I really like this software, Was not able to find any negative points as such.

Ashley Mathew
Ashley Mathew
Sr Tech Lead en India
Usuario de Linkedin verificado
Tecnología y servicios de la información, 201-500 empleados
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de un año
Fuente de la reseña

Easy Source Code Management

5,0 hace 2 meses Nuevo

Comentarios: Ever since our company adopted DevOps practices, Gitlab was part and parcel of our team. Deployment of the latest jar file (we build applications on Java), and a roll back of the same in case of an issue has become hassle free. Without a solution like this, we always had to struggle with a roll back; the developers along with the release manager always had a moment of confusion on the roll back. Gitlab absolutely avoided this chaos and streamlined the process.
Additionally, I know that there are many other features also in Gitlab that is very useful for a development team.

Puntos a favor:

It can automatically (with commands) deploy my updated my jar files on the configured server and restart the server. And in case something goes wrong, roll back is also easy. And it does the same for any on premise or cloud server environment.

Puntos en contra:

I cant think of any drawback; in fact I was asking my team while writing this, and nobody had a negative comment.

Piotr
QA Automation Engineer en Irlanda
Software informático, 51-200 empleados
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de un año
Fuente de la reseña

Best git management tool on the market

5,0 hace 3 meses

Comentarios: I was using GitLab for a year and a half and I have to admit that it was the best git management tool I ever used. Everything that is needed by the user is already built-in. CI/CD is handled brilliantly and can be quickly set up without a lot of training before. The whole app is intuitive and easy to use (especially if a user has some experience with similar apps). Documentation is big and contains not only facts but also examples, which allows saving a lot of time during debugging or introducing new functionalities. GitLab is well known around the internet, so community support is also good. If a user has some problem, it is probably resolved inside documentation or in one of the web forums. The flexibility of GitLab is huge. It can be easily adjusted to a company's needs without any problems. Processes may be set up differently in various projects and integration between them is almost seamless.
On the other hand, the price per user is quite high, especially on better plans, so GitLab can quickly become expensive in bigger companies. The second disadvantage is that some less-known tools cannot be integrated with the app. However, the list is being extended and devs are listening to a community so the more some app integration is needed, the more likely it is.
In my opinion, GitLab is the best git management tool I ever used - particularly because of CI/CD. If you can afford the price, it is worth it!

Puntos a favor:

A huge number of features. Intuitive and easy to use. Extensive documentation and good customer service. Flexibility of customization.

Puntos en contra:

It can become expensive, particularly if the company has many users. Some less-known external tools cannot be integrated.

Pius
Founder en Uganda
Internet, 2-10 empleados
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de dos años
Fuente de la reseña

Alternativas consideradas:

Gitlab

4,0 hace 6 meses

Comentarios: Satisfactory! Started out on the free plan, and as the project grew and I needed more space and developers on it we upgraded and even got more access to more tools to better streamline our DevOps processes and overall project development.

Puntos a favor:

Gitlab offers you a secure space to store and manage your git repositories, for personal use and or for your organization's development team. You can easily assign tasks to team members, and track and follow up on them with clearly laid out and categorized Kanban boards.

Puntos en contra:

Gitlab's UI and UX are quite overwhelming for a first-time user. If you are new to Gitlab and you haven't used a similar platform like Github or Bitbucket before, you will definitely need a little training to fully utilize your Gitlab space. Make sure to get through the entire onboarding tutorial to avoid feeling lost because it's all going to seem very clunky and difficult to find your way at the beginning.

Arzu
Arzu
Digital Marketing Specialist en Turquía
Usuario de Linkedin verificado
Software informático, 11-50 empleados
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de dos años
Fuente de la reseña

Alternativas consideradas:

Easy to use, comprehensive, open-source tool for project management

5,0 hace 7 meses

Comentarios: We have set up and customized GitLab on our own servers in order to manage a project where digital marketing, software, devops, human resources and many teams work together. This really relieved us of a great burden. Everyone's own project management area on GitLab was clear, besides, the issues and projects that they needed to work on were also very clear. We can follow many processes such as product development, project management, task tracking in a sustainable way. It also serves as a great archive for people who join the team later.

Puntos a favor:

GitLab is an easy to use and versatile project management tool. As a team, we use it not only for software development projects, but also for the follow-up of our other projects. It is really great that it is customizable, you can simplify your interface for your teammates who cannot use complex applications. This offers you a more user-friendly product.

Puntos en contra:

It's a little harder for people other than engineers to adapt. You shouldn't expect traditional drag-and-drop kanban boards. It's a bit of a technical product. But if we consider that the intended use of the product, this is really normal, not a big minus.

Marc
PH.D. Student (Computer Science) en Alemania
Internet, 201-500 empleados
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de dos años
Fuente de la reseña

Alternativas consideradas:

Customizable management system for any project

5,0 hace 9 meses

Comentarios: GitLab is overall a better alternative to GitHub and clearly suitable for experts who already have experience in versioning processes. Especially for academic processes, in which small steps are important, versioning through GitLab is easy to integrate into technical work processes. Likewise the adaptability to own needs is extremely simple by the CI. Particularly when it comes to the area of machine learning, for example, the registry or the CI enables the integration and management of trained models or, through the integration of GPU servers, the training of these without having to use a new platform such as Google Colab.

Puntos a favor:

GitLab is easy to use and offers a versatile range of applications. GitLab can be used not only for software development projects. Especially in the academic sector, institutions can use GitLab to persist the respective work steps and research data, data in general, and workflows. Version control is particularly helpful in this regard, as it allows each step of a work to be traced, and errors to be undone directly without having to do a great deal of extra work. In addition, GitLab can be customized and the respective instances can be easily transferred to one's own infrastructure. The development team is also always open to new ideas and actually incorporates them. GitLab is therefore not only suitable for software development, but for any form of project in which it is a matter of the step-by-step tracking of work steps.

Puntos en contra:

GitLab can be quite overwhelming. It is particularly difficult for non-experts from the non-software sector to get to know the processes of GitLab, as GitLab is less focused on gamification aspects compared to GitHub. Therefore, a high level of preparatory work and expertise is required in GitLab. Likewise, GitLab is often very technical, which is understandable, but it would be quite conceivable that especially in the area of testing and CI, modular principles, like for websites, would be conceivable and desirable.

Morgan
Full Stack Software Engineer en Italia
Salud, bienestar y deporte, Trabajador autónomo
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de dos años
Fuente de la reseña

A great hosted Git SCM solution

5,0 hace 9 meses

Comentarios: We were trying to have a central hosted repository SCM system. For issue management we normally use Linear, although for smaller projects we keep track of issues using the integrated issue manager. The product integrates seamlessly in the development workflow, implementing and enforcing best industry practices onto all the contributors of the project, and allows for quick deployments to production and testing with its integrated CI/CD system.

Puntos a favor:

GitLab is a great integrated SCM, Issue Management and CI/CD solution which is a pleasure to work with. The tools feel very nicely integrated and cooperate very well. It embodies by default the best practices for code management and is developed by a company which has open source and transparency at its heart, thus reassuring that the product can be trusted, either as a SaaS solution or as a self-hosted solution.

Puntos en contra:

The SaaS version of the problem has over the year suffered some issues; however these have been decreasing over time and the company has made a hosted experience on par of those of other SaaS solutions. The resource consumption of the product is not to be taken lightly; however for small teams it has a relatively inexpensive monthly server cost.

Matthew
Matthew
Project Manager en Jamaica
Usuario de Linkedin verificado
Software informático, 51-200 empleados
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de dos años
Fuente de la reseña

Alternativas consideradas:

Powerful toolset that are available on premise!

5,0 el año pasado

Comentarios: I am happy with the toolset - very grateful to the gitlab community for the work done on this. It allows small startup companies to create their own instance and manage gitlab CI deployment pipelines.

Puntos a favor:

I am not constrained at all by a company like GitHub or Bitbucket. It allows my team to have faith that what we are working on - remains in house. For piece of mind - without using git native.

Puntos en contra:

Difficult to setup for the uninitiated linux administrator. Administration and upgrades are also difficult to do.

Alejandro
Alejandro
CTO & Co-Founder en Argentina
Usuario de Linkedin verificado
Internet, 11-50 empleados
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de un año
Fuente de la reseña

Alternativas consideradas:

The best opensource tool for software engineering management

4,0 hace 2 años

Comentarios: We're hosting all of our private code repositories on gitlab.com, using the issue tracker, merge requests. We also run our continuos builds and deploy directly to our Google Cloud Kubernetes Engine workloads.

Puntos a favor:

It's opensource though provides a cloud based solution with a really good free tier. It allows integrating code repositories with issue tracking and continuos integration and continuos deployment

Puntos en contra:

User experience could be largely improved. Searching and filters are a bit clunky from the UX point of view. Also bulk actions are only allowed at project level.

Corentin
Software Engineer en Francia
Internet, 201-500 empleados
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de dos años
Fuente de la reseña

Alternativas consideradas:

Git Super powers

5,0 hace 2 años

Comentarios: I enjoy using GitLab everyday, whether it's at work or at home. It saves me lot of time with its CI/CD and allows me to have my private projects hosted on my own servers which is a must in term of privacy.

Puntos a favor:

GitLab is an awesome tool to use everyday. It is simple and easy to install on premise. The free tier is enough for any small business / team. What really makes GitLab stands in front of the competition are its awesome CI/CD workflows. GitLab CI is incredible, you can do anything you want with it from building your sources, checking your code quality, deploying your projects... It is possible to make connections between various pipelines and have multiple repositories connected together to build your final "big" project.

Puntos en contra:

Even if GitLab is simple to use, it's a big piece of software that can sometimes become slow on the web user interface. Moreover the review system is sometimes not so easy to use compared to other competitors. Hopefully their are great browser extensions that solves this issues.

Thiago
Thiago
Tech Lead en Brasil
Usuario de Linkedin verificado
Software informático, 51-200 empleados
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de un año
Fuente de la reseña

Alternativas consideradas:

Great for DevOps teams

5,0 hace 2 años

Puntos a favor:

GitLab has all the must-have features for complete development and deployment flow. The easy-to-configure pipeline is a differential, mainly due to the possibility of installing the agent (GitLab runner) in our infrastructure. Issue management and merge requests are excellent and do not fall short of your direct competitors. I use the GitLab in the cloud (SaaS) and on-premises, and it supplies my DevOps needs and team collaboration on the code review process.

Puntos en contra:

On bitbucket, it is possible to see in realtime when a coworker is reviewing the merge request (pull request). It would be great to see this feature on GitLab too. The Runner registration is a bit harder when using an automation like Ansible.

Edward
Systems Administrator en EE. UU.
Software informático, 51-200 empleados
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de dos años
Fuente de la reseña

Alternativas consideradas:

Git Awesome

5,0 hace 2 años

Comentarios: It is such a great system. We use it daily at work and I integrated it into my homelab as well to keep change controls and ci/cd under control. It has made my homelab crazy efficient when I need to do things. For work it makes our daily tasks very easy to manage and it's much more integrated than having to build out all of the atlassian stack.

Puntos a favor:

This product is excellent and has both enterprise edition and community edition making it very inexpensive to get into and then moving to enterprise once setup and still very inexpensive compared to other options out there. You also can set up a private gitlab server either in docker or bare metal. I cannot rave enough about git lab.

Puntos en contra:

There's not much to not like about it. It's a very capable system that can be deployed in every type of way imaginable. If I was to nitpick then I would say adding additional users can be a pain without having self registration available.

Andrei
Andrei
Lead game developer en Rumanía
Usuario de Linkedin verificado
Internet, Trabajador autónomo
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de dos años
Fuente de la reseña

A great free alternative to GitHub if you need large repos and teams

4,0 hace 3 años

Comentarios: GitLab helped us solve all of our backup and collaboration needs for our large file projects. While we do have on-site physical backups just in case, GitLab is great at keeping the core files safe. On the physical backup we put big assets and on GitLab mostly the code. If it wasn't for GitLab we'd be using GitHub for some projects only as certain files surpass their limit.

Puntos a favor:

The biggest pro for us at JeFawk Games (me and my freelancing friends, not employees as stated) was the fact that it allowed for 1GB of space for free in private repos! Since we're working on games, we really needed the space and the privacy. This was from before GitHub was acquired by Microsoft and gave away unlimited free repos. Time forwarding a bit and GitHub is giving out free private repos of max 1GB with the option to use the Large File Storage thing, which in GitLab you don't need to bother with as you get it by default. It includes DevOps and a lot of other features that frankly we don't make use of. It's just the much bigger space by default and up to 3 collaborators. GitLab is great! Although it does have some cons....

Puntos en contra:

One of the biggest problem with GitLab is that their website is a bit laggy. You can wait 1 to 4 seconds for some pages to load. Another issue is that we actually use the GitHub Desktop application to handle GitLab repositories and the setup to connect the application to GitLab is kinda clunky, more like to allow GitLab to be grabbed as URL. Wouldn't wanna go through that again, hopefully they already streamlined it as last time I did it was about 2 years ago.

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Developer en Francia
Usuario de Linkedin verificado
Marketing y publicidad, 51-200 empleados
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de dos años
Fuente de la reseña

A discrete item in your toolkit

4,0 hace 3 años

Comentarios: It is easy to use and don't impose itself it's own way to proceed. At some point gitlab.com had big performances issues, it was very slow. Even posting a simple issue was a pain. Those issues got fixed and it is now very fast. In case of maintenance or temporary issues, they have a very transparent way of proceeding and we always receive alerts and/or post mortems.

Puntos a favor:

You just forget about Gitlab. As it provide a whole devops toolkit, it integrates discretely in your workflow. It doesn't require training, and if needed for advanced use, it got an extensive documentation as any open source tool should have. The UI makes it easy to use without thinking about it. What you don't understand first, you'll find an usage if needed on day. The fact it got integrated CI/CD is incredible. I am very reluctant to Docker technologies and wouldn't beat myself to deal with them, but I really like them the way they are integrated in the CI/CD: it makes possible to test the applications in a very efficient and simple maneer and improve the overall quality and security of my products.

Puntos en contra:

What I really don't like is that, if it is possible do deactivate some feature of a repository because you don't use them, there are some that overload the UI and you cannot remove them because Gitlab use it as a way to make you upgrade to the next plan.

Peter
Web Developer en RU
Usuario de Linkedin verificado
Educación superior, 501-1.000 empleados
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de dos años
Fuente de la reseña
Fuente: GetApp

Code repositories and version tracking

5,0 hace 3 años

Comentarios: GitLab ensures our code is safe and secure, everything is version tracked, we can easily collaborate with other colleagues and allows for a good QA environment before launch.

Puntos a favor:

GitLab allows users to easily store their code projects and files in a safe and secure environment, allowing easy collaboration amongst users. You can import repositories from other Git tools (such as GitHub) with ease, GitLab also imports any version history and accompanying branches. The ability to make certain repositories private is excellent, most similar git systems charge extra for this service.

Puntos en contra:

The user-interface, though clean and responsive, can be hard to use and master. Especially for new users, training is definitely required. The integration with interfacing tools is lacking, most systems (such as GitKraken) require a premium license to connect with GitLab. User management can be complicated, as the user interface isn't particularly clear here, and the different levels of access aren't clearly identified.

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Software Engineer en Vietnam
Usuario de Linkedin verificado
Software informático, 2-10 empleados
Ha utilizado el software durante: Más de un año
Fuente de la reseña

Alternativas consideradas:

Great platform to host your project!

4,0 hace 3 años

Comentarios: Overall, GitLab is a good for development. Most commonly used features such as MR and code review work very well on GitLab. The best feature on GitLab is CI/CD, it has everything you need to build an automated pipeline, from build agents to container registry.
However, the exploration feature is not as robust as other services and there is still a lot of rooms for improvement.

Puntos a favor:

GitLab CI is great. The GitLab CI/CD language allows us to build complex pipelines easily, pipeline's configs are stored in the repository as well, so we can manage everything in one place. GitLab also has built-in Docker registry. We have both our build pipeline and our images hosted on GitLab. The pricing is also flexible, I recommend it for both startup and large enterprises.

Puntos en contra:

Explore Projects feature can be better, it would be more useful if we have a filter to select projects by technologies. Should support templates on the job level, so it can be reused between multiple environments. Lack of integration: there are not many 3rd party services that integrate with GitLab for now.