Gitlab

GitLab CI Cache

GitLab CI Cache

Hello BitsLovers! Today will talk about Gitlab CI Cache. It’s crucial to know how to work with Gitlab Cache to improve performance and save us a lot of time. For example, we may want to use caches to not need downloading content, like dependencies or libraries, each time we run a job —for example, Java …

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Gitlab Remove Project

Gitlab Remove Project – Faster and Secure Way

Removing Project on Gitlab that is not needed anymore can avoid mistakes and improve the developers’ productivity when they need to find projects. Keeping Gitlab organized and clean is always a good practice.  Let’s learn how to remove Project on Gitlab! Developers shouldn’t take it lightly when they delete a GitLab project. After an administrator …

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Gitlab Add SSH Key

Adding SSH Key on Gitlab – Speed up SSH communication

Let’s learn how to add SSH Key on Gitlab. Git is a distributed version control system, indicating that you can operate locally and share or “push” your modifications to other servers. Before you can push your modifications to a GitLab server it would be better if you had a safe communication channel for sharing information. …

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Setup Gitlab Runner with AWS ECR | aws ecr get login gitlab ci

Setup Gitlab Runner with AWS ECR – Authenticate into Private Repository

Setup Gitlab Runner with AWS ECR There are some things you expect to work. However, unhappily trying to get Gitlab Runner with AWS ECR turned out to be quite a daunting job, and the small documentation in this area doesn’t help.  The Problem There are mainly two same but distinct problems when it comes to working with ECR. So …

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