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How To Migrate From Jenkins Pipeline To GitLab CI | GitLab Tutorial For Beginners | Part VI

Learn how to use GitLab CI features to convert Jenkins Pipeline into GitLab CI pipeline.
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Integrate GitLab with LambdaTest: https://www.lambdatest.com/gitlab-integration

In this part of GitLab Tutorial for Beginners, Moss(@tech_with_moss), an expert in DevOps and CI/CD tools, helps you understand how to migrate from Jenkins pipeline to the GitLab pipeline.. This video will also help you differentiate between the Jenkins pipeline, and the GitLab CI pipeline and walk you through how to use the GitLab pipeline to run tests on the LambdaTest Selenium Automation Grid. You would also know the prerequisites required and how to convert the Jenkins pipeline to GitLab CI and a detailed walkthrough of the Jenkins pipeline code.

Also learn -:
πŸ”Έ What is difference between GitLab and Jenkins?
πŸ”Έ What is the difference between Jenkins pipeline and GitLab pipeline?
πŸ”Έ How to migrate to GitLab CI from Jenkins pipelines?
πŸ”Έ How to run test using GitLab pipeline?

Integrate LambdaTest and GitLab -:
β—Ύ You can easily mark and track bugs with LambdaTest GitLab integration while performing cross-browser testing on the LambdaTest platform.
β—Ύ With LambdaTest, you can identify bugs, questions, help in your GitLab repo just with a push of a button even while you are in the middle of performing a LambdaTest test session.
β—Ύ LambdaTest provides testing environment information as well as additional testing screenshots and videos.

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