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Codacy Integrates With GitLab Enterprise

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As we see more and more enterprises adopting GitLab enterprise, we are happy to announce today that Codacy’s Enterprise version now integrates with the GitLab enterprise system. We now offer an on-premises solution that our clients can install on their infrastructure behind a firewall in addition to our cloud SaaS product Codacy.com.

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After you enable this integration in your account you’ll be able to add repos with one click; private repositories are added with a unique private deployment key (to avoid key reusage).

This adds support for Merge Requests (each Merge Request is updated with a status once the analysis has finished), post-commit hooks (for faster analysis) and auto-comments (on the issue line).

The auto-comments integration in GitLab enables engineering team to directly get feedback in GitLab. Get new security, code style issues or best practices issues directly into your GitLab pull-request.

Interested in learning more on how Codacy can help you and your engineering team ship better code faster? Get in touch now!


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