In this training, you’ll learn GitLab’s guidelines for speaking at industry events and to external audiences. We recommend that you save the slide deck async as the Resources section has many useful tools that you can use when you prepare for your next speaking opportunity.
In this training, you’ll learn GitLab’s guidelines for media interviews. We recommend that you spend some time going through the slide deck async as there are many talking points about GitLab to familiarize yourself with ahead of a media interview.
The GitLab Technical Writing Fundamentals course is available to help both GitLab and community contributors write and edit documentation for the product. This course provides direction on grammar, writing, and topic design.
The GitLab 13.2 Technical Showcase includes: Tye Davis, Senior Technical Marketing Manager- Agile, covering assigning issues to iterations and Jira issues in GitLab William Galindez Arias, Technical Marketing Manager- SCM, and Michael Friedrich, Developer Evangelist, covering GitLab Figma Plugin Itzik Gan-Baruch, Technical Marketing Manager- Verify, covering dynamically generating Child Pipeline configurations with Jsonnet (part of CI Use) Fernando Diaz, Technical Marketing Manager-DevSecOps, covering Container Host Monitoring and Blocking Cesar Saavedra, Technical Marketing Manager- GitOps/ IaC, covering multiple Terraform plan support in merge requests and read-only access to Terraform state API
This is a demo run video presenting GitLab from the perspective of Developer and Security Personas. This Demonstration is frequently delivered to present value to customers interested in GitLab Ultimate.
Cindy Blake, Senior Product Marketing Manager, and Fernando Diaz, Technical Marketing Manager present an update on GitLabs Secure Stage. Topics covered include DevSecOps solutions and strategies, How to best manage head-to-head comparison of our OOTB open-source analyzers, followed by a technical workshop
Dov Hershkovitch provides an overview of GitLab's Monitor Stage. After this session participants will gain: Better understanding on how our customers will be able to monitor their application using GitLab with respect to metrics and logs; Knowledge on the monitor stage roadmap; Understand how our customers use the GitLab metric dashboard instead of Grafana.
In this Field Certification course, you will: define success plans and their purpose, distinguish between success plans and collab projects, explain the process of creating a success plan, and define well-written customer outcomes
GitLab is launching Cloud Licensing (Project Super Sonics), which will provide an easier way to manage licenses for self-managed subscription plans. Cloud Licensing will allow for the activation and provisioning of Quarterly Subscription Reconciliation and Auto-Renewals, which apply to both SaaS and Self-Managed subscription plans. This includes Operational Data, which will allow GitLab to better help customers successfully adopt GitLab as well as help us achieve our growth goals.
Gather Technical Requirements through Discovery Calls
In this Field Certification course, you will: discover the benefits of a pre-technical discovery questions, define the technical discovery call process, and evaluate the technical discovery call in a retrospective meeting
This training is geared toward GitLab team members and the wider community who are in non-engineering roles (i.e. recruiting, peopleops, marketing, finance, etc) and/or have not used a DevOps tool like GitLab before. This can also be helpful for non-engineering people outside of GitLab wanting to learn how to use GitLab for personal projects.
Presented at a self-directed pace, the GitLab remote certification is designed to give new managers and individual contributors an opportunity to master all-remote business concepts and build key skills in remote subject areas.
This pathway is designed to reinforce our value of a bias towards asynchronous communication. Everyone at GitLab is responsible for being a role model of our values. This pathway will help learners understand our practices for asynchronous communication at GitLab even better!