On the occasion of its 50th release, GitLab challenges GitHub with performance monitoring and faster search.
GitLab, a code-hosting alternative to GitHub, is adding performance monitoring and "super-powered" search to the 50th release of the platform. Version 8.4, unveiled late last week, also makes it easier to work with large files or large volumes of artifacts. Performance monitoring gathers data on the time it took to complete a transaction, time spent running SQL queries, time spent executing Ruby methods, and system statistics like process memory usage.
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