GitLab Control stores your data both online (on your host) and locally. We use the device keychain to store your credentials and an encrypted database to store all the others data. Every message trferred is encrypted with TLS/SSL only when the appropriate option is enabled both on the app and on your GitLab instance.
Single Sign-on has been implemented for GitLab and anyone with an active SEE Global ID can log into the system.
Version control software, like Git, allows you to have “versions” of a project, which show the changes that were made to code, or text files, over time, and allows you to backtrack if necessary and undo those changes or merge your code with others, line by line.
GitLab is a web application tool to assist with visualizing and managing your git projects. GitLab includes Git repository management, code reviews, issue tracking, wikis, and more. Collaborate with your team using issues, milestones, and line-by-line code review or view activity streams of projects or the people you work with.
Git and GitLab are here to help with managing projects, merging development between different people, with different time zones and giving Sealed Air the ability to manage all of its source code in 1 location.
We are currently scaling up the amount of support documentation on GitLab. However, you can also go to GitLab Documentation. If you have issues with GitLab it then please contacts Service Desk.
We have implemented Single Sign-On (SSO) for GitLab. This me that terminated users will not be able to access GitLab.
GitLab API supports LDAP authentication only since version 6.0 and higher.
GitLab Control is published by Valerio Mazzeo and it is not affiliated with GitLab B.V. in any way.
Whilst there is nothing stopping you running Git only on your local machine to track changes, you will really start to see benefits by using GitLab and getting others involved in your projects. It is built for sharing and working together on code and text.
GitLab is an Open Source software application under MIT license running on our private and secure instance. There is no cost to add users to GitLab.
GitLab is ideal at storing source code for projects; however, confidential information such as passwords and credentials should not be stored in git. With regards to hosting our code, there should be no issue with the hosting of code that is either open licence (MIT, GPL, and BSD), we have created or licensed for us to use, however, code that has a licence for limited use should be handled carefully. If you are not sure, please contact Risk Management or Legal teams.