Learning GitLab [Video]

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  • Discover how to organize new features and bugs with Issue Board
  • Use groups to control access to each project
  • Time each phase in your development cycle with Cycle Analytics
  • Implement Continuous Integration, and Continuous Deployment
  • Use GitLab Pages to create a site and publicize your project

GitLab is an open-source tool that provides support for teams to plan, develop, test, build, deploy, monitor, and publicize their software projects, covering the entire Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) in only one tool. This is very important nowadays because developers of new web and mobile applications are under a lot of pressure to create and deploy these applications as soon as possible.
In this course, you will learn how to use GitLab to implement the DevOps culture. GitLab is a very famous tool that lets you cover the entire application development cycle. You will learn how to plan and organize new features, develop them, the application code in an automatic way, deploy and monitor the application in different environments, and refactor your application using only one tool: GitLab.
By the end of this course, you will be able to develop better applications using DevOps.

Style and Approach

This course offers a hands-on approach to help you understand the DevOps culture and how implement it using GitLab, with clear explanations and practical examples

  • Explore and learn the many useful features available in GitLab
  • Increase the quality and speed of your development cycle
  • Implement the DevOps culture in your teams using GitLab
Course Length 3 hours 24 minutes
ISBN 9781789809169
Date Of Publication 30 Mar 2019


Bruno Lorenco Lopes

Bruno Lorenco Lopes graduated in Computing Engineering at the University of São Paulo (USP), with an M.Sc in Computer Science and Computational Mathematics at the same university. As a systems analyst, he has broad experience in software development, using Java, Groovy, and C/C++, and has automatized tests using Spock and JUnit.
Also, he is an enthusiast of the DevOps culture and has been working with it since 2014, using tools such as GitLab, Gitflow, Jenkins, and Docker. He is very passionate about software development and tries to stay updated about the latest tools and technologies that may help to boost the productivity of his team and increase software quality.
Currently, he also works as a specialization teacher at Federal University of São Carlos (UFSCar), teaching Docker.