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GitLab Commit 2019 – Brooklyn

September 16, 2019 | 11:00 pm (CET)

AMER (North, Central and South America)
United States
Start: September 16, 2019 | 11:00 pm (CET)

About this Event

GitLab’s premier community conference
GitLab Commit is bringing together GitLab users, contributors, and experts to connect, share and learn. Join us and commit to a day of DevOps inspiration and innovation.
Start spreading the news and get ready to experience a GitLab Williamsburg neighborhood takeover on September 17th. Every venue in a two-block radius will have its own theme, immersing you in the city that never sleeps. Your vagabond shoes are longing to stray right through the very heart of it. From a graffiti wall to a trip to a brewery, your day of learning about the future of software development will be full of delights.

Our sessions

September 17, 2019

1:45 pm – 2:15 pm | Main Hall – Wythe | 80 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11249, USA

GitLab Commit is bringing together GitLab users, contributors, and experts to connect, share and learn. Join us and commit to a day of DevOps inspiration and innovation.

Learn how to eliminate any dependencies between tool chains and local machines, and never again ask if Terraform CLI can be upgraded without breaking all projects. In this session, Nico will share best practices that will help attendees to optimize their Infrastructure deployment with GitLab CI pipelines. With GitLab CI, Nico will demonstrate how to build containerized pipelines to deploy infrastructure without any external dependencies and constraints. Join Nico on a deep dive into the secrets of building hassle-free infrastructure pipelines with GitLab CI.

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