GitLab Continuous Integration (GitLab CI/CD)
The benefits of Continuous Integration are huge when automation plays an integral part of your workflow. GitLab comes with built-in Continuous Integration, Continuous Deployment, and Continuous Delivery support to build, test, and deploy your application.
Here’s some info we’ve gathered to get you started.
The first steps towards your GitLab CI/CD journey.
- Getting started with GitLab CI/CD: understand how GitLab CI/CD works.
- GitLab CI/CD configuration file:
.gitlab-ci.yml- Learn all about the ins and outs of
- Pipelines and jobs: configure your GitLab CI/CD pipelines to build, test, and deploy your application.
- Runners: The GitLab Runner is responsible by running the jobs in your CI/CD pipeline. On GitLab.com, Shared Runners are enabled by default, so you don’t need to set up anything to start to use them with GitLab CI/CD.
- Using GitLab CI/CD with GitHub and other external repositories