GitLab vs. Jenkins: Cure Your PlugIn Overload (Webinar)
No third party plugin headaches
This is a rare opportunity to attend a very informative and interesting webinar from GitLab, presented by Ashish Kuthiala, Director Marketing Product at GitLab.
Jenkins plugins vary in quality and may lose support without notice, which is a nightmare for you and your team. See how GitLab’s seamless workflow between SCM & CI helps your team do better work at greater speeds.
Jenkins users frequently experience service instability from running bigger workloads with a large number of plugins. Learn how GitLab decreases toolchain downtime and eliminates risky integrations.
Lower Cost & Increase Efficiency
Jenkins requires dedicated resources, admins, and maintenance – increasing the total cost of ownership. GitLab requires fewer steps to deploy code and developers spend more time writing code and less time maintaining the toolchain.
Ashish Kuthiala is the Director of Product Marketing at GitLab Inc. , a company based on the GitLab open-source project.
GitLab is a complete DevOps platform, delivered as a single application that does everything from project planning and source code management to CI/CD, monitoring, and security. The advantages of a single application are listed in the following paragraphs. By delivering a single application we shorten cycle times, increase productivity, and thus create value for our customers. Other vendors offer a kit plane you have to assemble yourself, GitLab is a type certified aircraft.