GitLab is an open source end-to-end software development platform with built-in version control, issue tracking, code review, CI/CD, and more. Self-host GitLab on your own servers, in a container, or on a cloud provider.
GitLab is a fully integrated software development platform that enables your team to be transparent, fast, effective, and cohesive from discussion on a new idea to production, all on the same platform.
GitLab is a Git-based platform that integrates a great number of essential tools for software development and deployment, and project management:
Hosting code in repositories with version control.
Tracking proposals for new implementations, bug reports, and feedback with a fully featured Issue Tracker.
Organizing and prioritizing with Issue Boards.
Reviewing code in Merge Requests with live-preview changes per branch with Review Apps.
Building, testing, and deploying with built-in Continuous Integration.
Deploying personal and professional static websites with GitLab Pages.
Integrating with Docker by using GitLab Container Registry.
Tracking the development lifecycle by using GitLab Value Stream Analytics.
Provide support with Service Desk.
Export issues as CSV.
This article is about how to use Helm to deploy GitLab on Kubernetes (K8S).
Kubernetes (K8s) is an open-source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications.