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GitLab is an open source code repository and collaborative software development platform for large DevOps and DevSecOps projects. GitLab offers a location for online code storage and capabilities for issue tracking and CI/CD. The repository enables hosting different development chains and versions, and allows users to inspect previous code and roll back to it in the event of unforeseen problems.

More info about the project can be found here,


New GitLab user? Here is the GitLab handbook that will help you learn more about the mission and how the company is run: Also, this might be handy to check before opening a support ticket for your instance.

GitLab Runners

GitLab Runners are software agents that are used to execute continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) pipelines in GitLab. They are responsible for running the jobs defined in GitLab's configuration files, which can include tasks such as building and testing code, deploying applications, and running other automated processes.

At we also provides GitLab runners because they are an essential part of the GitLab CI/CD process. By providing runners as part of our service, we make it easier for you (our Subscriber) to set up and execute you CI/CD pipelines within your GitLab instance.

Additionally, GitLab runners can be configured to run jobs on a variety of platforms, including Linux, Windows, and macOS. By offering you team with runners as part of our GitLab offering, our team ensures that our Subscribers have access to a variety of runner options that can be tailored to your specific needs.

Software update frequency

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