The GitLab open source edition, available from Bitnami, is a developer tool that allows users to collaborate on code, create new projects, manage repositories, and perform code reviews. When using GitLab, users can keep their code on their own servers, either in the cloud or on-premise. For additional peace of mind, the free community edition even features enterprise-grade features such as a mature user permissions scheme and support for high availability. Bitnami GitLab is bundled with GitLab CI, a continuous integration server. Just point your projects at the CI server and automate all your tests.
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I deployed the VM and had everything working in minutes, with zero configuration (except the necessary stuff: host name and e-mail server).
You can hook it up to your LDAP and avoid e-mail registrations all together.
Congrats and big thanks to GitLab authors.
I just wanted to stop in and say. "Thanks for making it so easy to start a git server." I personally have the technical expertise to put a git server together and have thought of doing it many times for my own personal use. But, with family and a job it's hard to find time to do the little things like that. Having a prebuilt VM available that I can slap into VirtualBox and run within 5 minutes makes time a non-issue. Thanks again!!
I was pretty much familiar with github when started using gitlab. I wished to host all my projects on local end rather than purchasing private repos on github. Believe GITLAB is the best solution for people who want to use version control system with nice GUI at their local-end. Hats-off to bitnami team.