GitLab is evolving, where constant research are carried out to improve GitLab into powerful DevOps platform of the future. June-22, 2022 GitLab is moving forward and running on their journey towards the future of DevOps. Thereafter, GitLab announces the release of GitLab 15. Excited and obligated, E-SPIN dedicated this ‘ GitLab 15 Releases and Updates’

DataOps has becoming increasingly important as the amount of data generated in organisations continues to grow. While the implementation of DataOps yield a very promising results in business, its approach often mistaken as the DevOps for data analytics. In actual fact, DataOps is not just DevOps applied to data analytics, it is so much more.

Agile is the word repeatedly mentioned when we describe the fundamental of digital enterprise today. In this disruptive technology environment, where new technologies continuously being introduced in order to align with the demanding business environment as well as high customer expectation, being agile is what helps organisation keep up with this changing trends of adoption

What is NetSecOps? Like DevOps and DevSecOps, the term NetSecOps is a portmanteau word. NetSecOps is the combination of the words Networks, Security and Operations. Its definition, however, can be explained based in two aspects. One which is related to DevOps and the other, of course, unrelated to DevOps or more specifically a network-security partnership.

From DevOps Shift Left Testing to DevSecOps Shift Left Security

GitLab 14 as the Future of DevOps Over the years, GitLab had served the world with a complete DevOps platform and stood strongly in several market reports through enhancements across the software development lifecycle. In June 2021, GitLab proudly announced the released of GitLab 14 or the future of GitLab. Also viewed as the future

In today’s business environment, staying ahead is what determine an agile and resilient organisation. It is crucial for organisation to stay alert on every strategic technology trend that can help empower their business growth. Organisations that adopt digital transformation, new technologies, approaches or practices such as DevSecOps earlier than their competitors will have bigger chances

Value Stream management is the next evolution in software development. Along with DevOps, these two key transformation are complementary forces with high potential in driving efficient software delivery, thus providing value to the customers. From organisations to every role in the development team, they are many benefits that can be reaped from the amalmagation of

In software development, it is important to deliver high quality applications and services rapidly. On top of that, software delivery should align with business objectives in order to optimise customer experience or business value delivery. The key transformations are the adoption of Agile, DevOps and Value Stream Management. Why Value Stream Management with GitLab? The

The business market today is customer-centric. Hence, the success of every business today relies heavily on the ability of an organisation in providing the best customer experience. Significantly, simply transforming your business into digital business is not enough. Organisations need to as well become a software company, additionally, a high-performing one. From Agile to DevOps, 

DevOps approach allows the team to build a product that meet the customer demands at fast speed. However, the approach isolates security in its cycle which results in a vulnerable products. understood this crucial drawback and solve it by providing easy integration of security into its DevOps Platform by emphasising GitLab as the DevOps

When a company started to embrace DevOps, they will begin to realize the need and benefits of adopting site reliability engineering (SRE) into the practice. SRE has no clear definition, but, Ben Treynor Sloss, a Google’s VP of engineering or specifically the man behind the introduction of SRE coined the term as “It is what