How is GitLab’s DevOps Product Different?

GitLab’s DevOps

Step 1- Create an Issue

Step 2- Create a Merge Request

Step 3- Commit Your Changes

Step 4- CI Pipeline Runs

Step 5- Review Apps

Step 6- Peer Review & Discussion

Step 7- Approve Changes

Step 8- Merge; Issue Closed

Step 9- CD Pipeline Runs

Step 10- Monitor

GitLab Workflow Components

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