GitLab Virtual Connect Day

GitLab Virtual Connect Day is an online event on the DevOps transformation.

During this event, you will have the opportunity to learn about continuous integration and delivery, the difficulties encountered, the means to progress serenely in your "DevOps adventure".

Whether you are a GitLab expert or a beginner, join us (you will receive the zoom link to virtually connect to the event by email) to find out more and meet us virtually.


13:00 - 13:45
GitLab presentation with Kristoff Goossens, Solution Architect
- Why CI/CD? What are the business impacts of poor CI/CD?

13:45 - 14:30
Polaris, open source machine learning for the future of autonomous spacecraft operations.

14:30 - 15:10
GitLab presentation with Jordi Mon Companys, Sr. Product Marketing Manager
- Version Control and Collaboration: the kernel of DevOps

15:10 - 15:30
'Ask your question!' and the essentials to remember

\\What you’ll learn:

Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery/Deployment are often called an essential part of DevOps. Join this session to find out what we call CI/CD and why you should care about it, and how you can get started with it ... today!

At the core of any DevOps pipeline sit the fundamental elements of software creation: collaboration and iteration. In circumstances like today's geographical distribution and remote work, the fabric of connectivity between team members is put to a test. How can these new gaps be bridged?
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