GitLab is a single application for the complete DevOps lifecycle from project planning and source code management to CI/CD, monitoring and security. With a tight Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) integration, GitLab accelerates your software development and delivery.
Joint Google Cloud and GitLab Benefits
- Modernize the business with Cloud Native solutions.
- Enabling seamless deployments to Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE), CloudRun, Compute Engine, and more from a single application.
- Enforce security by default across all operations.
- Secure code before deploying to production with GitLab Secure and keep code protected at scale on Google Cloud infrastructure.
- Standardize your development platform with GitLab and Anthos.
- GitLab provides DevOps workflow flexibility on top of Anthos’ unified platform to manage hybrid / multi-cloud environments.
- Unified workflow and optimized efficiency.
- Unlock concurrent development and automate workflows via CI/CD for reliable and consistent cloud operations. Enable all teams across the software development lifecycle to work concurrently.
Get up to $500 in free credit for Google Cloud Platform
Every new Google Cloud Platform account associated with your business email receives $300 in credit upon sign up. In partnership with Google, GitLab is able to offer an additional $200 for both new and existing GCP accounts to get started with GitLab’s GKE Integration.
GitLab and MultiCloud
As more organizations look to modernize their business through software defined means, enabling DevOps teams becomes paramount to their success. DevOps is as cultural as it is technology focused. GitLab as a single DevOps application enables cross functional teams to concurrently operate together while lowering the barrier of entry into Cloud Native solutions like Kubernetes, Knative, and Istio. For example, GitLab users can take advantage of built-in support for Knative middleware components, allowing teams to quickly run serverless workloads on top of Kubernetes or directly with CloudRun on Google Cloud within a single UI.
Overall, GitLab’s integrations with GCE, GKE, CloudRun, and Anthos is a great starting point for enterprises that are transitioning to the cloud with heterogeneous environments. GitLab and Google Cloud provide users with Multicloud, Hybrid Cloud, or all-in-the-cloud deployment strategies. With GitLab’s robust CI/CD capabilities, organizations can define their specific use case workflow across almost any use case and abstract operations through automation. To learn more, check out co-founder of the Kubernetes project, Tim Hockin’s take, on why organizations are wanting or needing to use multiple clusters and multiple clouds.
Joint Solution Capabilities with Google Cloud
- Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE)
- GKE is Google’s managed Kubernetes service, designed to automate deployment, scaling, and management of containerized Linux and Windows applications. With GitLab’s GKE integration, teams can quickly provision new GKE clusters or import existing clusters in just a few clicks. Additionally, GitLab’s AutoDevops functionality provides DevOps teams the lowest barrier of entry to getting started with CI/CD and deploying container workloads to GKE. Get started by installing GitLab on GKE today. [Learn More]
- Anthos is a modern application platform that provides consistent development and operations experience for cloud and on-prem environments. GitLab supports Anthos’ core components like GKE On Premise (GKE-OP), CloudRun for Anthos, and Anthos Configuration Management to provide development workflow consistency on top of Antho’s unified infrastructure management platform.Together, GitLab with Anthos provides enterprises consistency and scalability across heterogeneous environments. [Learn More]
- Cloud Run
- Cloud Run is a fully managed serverless platform that automatically scales your stateless containers and abstracts away all infrastructure management. GitLab Serverless enables deploying to Cloud Run with a full CI/CD workflow to build and test serverless applications. With GitLab for Cloud Run, enable your teams to streamline and simplify serverless management on any infrastructure (Knative, Cloud Run, Cloud Run for Anthos, etc.) through a single UI. [Learn More]
- Google Compute Engine
- Google Compute Engine (GCE) delivers configurable, high performance virtual machines running in Google’s data centers. Gitlab CI/CD provides application delivery to virtual machines as deployment targets. GitLab enables migration of traditional workloads that are non containerized to the cloud. Get started by installing GitLab on a single GCE instance or in High Availability architecture. [Learn More]
- Google App Engine
- Google App Engine (GAE) is a Platform as a Service for hosting serverless and web applications in Google-managed data centers. With GitLab, teams can collaborate and automatically deploy containers via CI directly onto GAE. GitLab as a single DevOps application enables teams to build and deploy code to yet another serverless type platform. [Learn More]
- Google Cloud Functions
- Google Cloud Functions (GCF) is Google Cloud’s event-driven serverless compute platform. Store your code in GitLab SCM and directly deploy as cloud functions through GitLab CI/CD. Empower your teams to adopt GCP for a more event driven, Cloud Native architecture with GitLab and GCF. For example, automating development for Firebase and Cloud Functions. [Learn More]
GitLab + GCP Customer Success Stories
“We had developers that thought, Why would we do something else? Jenkins is fine. But I think those people need to see GitLab first and see what the difference is because GitLab is so much more than Jenkins. The power of GitLab is you can do so much more and you can make everything so much easier to manage.” – Michiel Crefcoeur, Frontend Build and Release Engineer