OverOps Partners with GitLab
June 24, 2020
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OverOps announced a new integration and partnership with GitLab, enabling joint users to deliver reliable software at speed.

In response to growing demand for a unified way to detect issues earlier in the release cycle without jeopardizing velocity, the OverOps integration for GitLab CI/CD helps engineering teams identify and resolve critical errors in pre-production, preventing negative customer impact. In addition to the integration, OverOps joined the GitLab Partner Program as a technology partner as a next step in the company’s commitment to continued collaboration and innovation across the GitLab ecosystem.

Brandon Jung, VP of Alliances at GitLab, said: “As today’s enterprises look for new ways to ensure the reliability of their applications, the OverOps integration will help users identify and prevent critical issues from reaching production, without compromising release velocity.”

The OverOps integration with GitLab helps organizations take a proactive approach to code quality within the CI pipeline. OverOps analyzes code at runtime to identify all new, increasing, resurfaced and critical errors in a release – even those missed by test automation. From there, OverOps generates a code quality report that analyzes all severe issues with the potential to impact end users and application functionality. OverOps quality gates help determine if code is safe to promote, and automatically block unstable releases from moving forward to production.

“Ensuring code quality in a CI/CD environment has historically been a challenge. Even with numerous testing and code analysis measures in place, visibility into runtime errors remains limited,” said Eric Mizell, VP Solution Engineering at OverOps. “OverOps allows GitLab users to fill in this gap without compromising their time to market. We’re excited to partner with a leading DevOps platform like GitLab to offer our customers this unified solution to the speed-stability paradox.”

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