Mastering GitLab 12: Implement DevOps culture and repository management solutions por Joost Evertse

December 14, 2019

Mastering GitLab 12: Implement DevOps culture and repository management solutions por Joost Evertse
Titulo del libro : Mastering GitLab 12: Implement DevOps culture and repository management solutions
Autor : Joost Evertse

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An expert guide to helping you use DevOps techniques with the latest GitLab version to optimize and manage your software workflowKey FeaturesDelve into GitLab's architecture, and install and configure it to fit your environmentLearn about the underlying principles of Agile software development and DevOpsExplore Gitlab's features to manage enterprise cloud-native applications and servicesBook DescriptionGitLab is an open source repository management and version control toolkit with functions for enterprises and personal software projects. It offers configurability options, extensions, and APIs that make it an ideal tool for enterprises to manage the software development life cycle.This book begins by explaining GitLab options and the components of the GitLab architecture. You will learn how to install and set up GitLab on-premises and in the cloud, along with understanding how to migrate code bases from different systems, such as GitHub, Concurrent Versions System, Team Foundation Version Control, and Subversion. Later chapters will help you implement DevOps culture by introducing the workflow management tools in GitLab and continuous integration/continuous deployment (CI/CD). In addition to this, the book will guide you through installing GitLab on a range of cloud platforms, monitoring with Prometheus, and deploying an environment with GitLab. You'll also focus on the GitLab CI component to assist you with creating development pipelines and jobs, along with helping you set up GitLab runners for your own project. Finally, you will be able to choose a high availability setup that fits your needs and helps you monitor and act on results obtained after testing.By the end of this book, you will have gained the expertise you need to use GitLab features effectively, and be able to integrate all phases in the development process.What you will learnInstall GitLab on premises and in the cloud using a variety of configurationsConduct data migration from the SVN, TFS, CVS, and GitHub platforms to GitLabUse GitLab runners to develop different types of configurations in software developmentPlan and perform CI/CD by using GitLab featuresMonitor and secure your software architecture using Prometheus and GrafanaImplement DevOps culture by introducing workflow management tools in GitLabWho this book is forIf you are a software developer, DevOps professional, or any developer who wants to master GitLab for productive repository management in your day-to-day tasks, this book is for you. Basic understanding of the software development workflow is assumed. Table of ContentsIntroducing the GitLab ArchitectureInstalling GitLabConfiguring GitLab Using the Web UIConfiguring GitLab from the terminalImporting your project from GitHub to GitLabMigrating from CVSSwitching from SVNMoving repositories from TFSGitLab Vision - the Whole Toolchain in One ApplicationCreate Your Product, Verify, and Package itThe release and configure phaseMonitoring with PrometheusIntegrating GitLab with CI/CD toolsSetting Up Your Project for GitLab Continuous IntegrationInstalling and configuring GitLab runnersUsing GitLab runners with Docker or KubernetesAutoscaling GitLab CI RunnersMonitoring CI metricsCreating a Basic HA Architecture Using Horizontal ScalingManaging a hybrid HA environmentMaking your environment Fully DistributedUsing Geo to create distributed read-only copies of GitLab