GitLab Introduces GitLab Serverless

GitLab has announced a new platform Gitlab Serverless, that is intended to enable enterprises to deploy serverless functions and applications on any cloud or infrastructure directly from the GitLab UI.

Recently, GitLab has a new platform, Gitlab Serverless that is intended to enable enterprises to deploy serverless functions and applications on any cloud or infrastructure directly from the GitLab UI through Google's open-source Kubernetes-based platform Knative.
 
GitLab has developed the platform in collaboration with TriggerMesh, and it is due to be released with the next GitLab version (v11.6), on December 22.
 
GitLab Serverless 
Source: GitLab 
 
The highlights of GitLab Serverless include:
  • It will enable enterprises to plan, build, and manage serverless workloads with the rest of their code from within the same GitLab UI. 
  • It Leverages Knative, which helps autoscaling down to zero and back-up to run serverless workloads on Kubernetes enabling businesses to employ a multi-cloud strategy and leverage the value of serverless without being locked into a specific cloud provider.
  • It lets the users run their own FaaS on any infrastructure without the vendor lock-in of traditional cloud function services.
  • It permits you to go multi-cloud and deploy to any cloud or on-premises infrastructure. One can choose to run Serverless workloads anywhere Kubernetes runs.
For more information, you can visit the official website.