The widespread adoption of Kubernetes and cloud native technologies has revolutionized the way we operate and scale applications. However, many developers find that they’re now less productive than they were before, as critical workflows such as testing have been overlooked or neglected. This is where Garden comes in, an innovative startup based in Berlin, Germany, that offers a Kubernetes testing platform for every step of the development process.
Empowering Developers with Efficient Testing Workflows
Testing is a critical part of the development process, but modern cloud native testing practices have been largely driven by what’s feasible rather than what’s useful. Developers working on distributed microservices applications have been left without an efficient way to build, run tests, and troubleshoot in a production-like environment. Garden makes it easy to spin up ephemeral testing and preview environments for integration tests, manual QA, and development. With Garden, developers get fast feedback exactly when they need it, and DevOps teams are no longer bogged down with provisioning and managing ad hoc environments.
Garden is specifically designed to empower developers with efficient testing workflows that are flexible, scalable, and cost-effective. The platform offers a range of features, including integration with GitHub and other popular development tools, the ability to spin up preview environments with a single command, and automated configuration management. Garden also provides real-time feedback on test results and offers a range of deployment options, including on-premises, cloud, and hybrid.
Open Source and Fully Supported Enterprise Edition
One of the unique aspects of Garden is its commitment to open source software. The Garden Core is available on GitHub, allowing developers to contribute to the project and customize the platform to suit their needs. The open source community has already made significant contributions to the platform, including the development of plugins for popular CI/CD tools such as Jenkins and GitLab.
In addition to the open source Garden Core, Garden also offers a fully supported enterprise edition. The enterprise edition includes advanced features such as multi-cluster support, centralized management, and dedicated support from the Garden team. The enterprise edition is designed for businesses that need a more comprehensive testing solution and require dedicated support and consulting services.
Revolutionizing Cloud Native Testing
Garden is a game-changer in the world of cloud native testing, offering developers a platform that is flexible, scalable, and cost-effective. With Garden, developers can easily spin up ephemeral testing and preview environments, get fast feedback on test results, and deploy applications with confidence. By leveraging the power of Kubernetes, Garden is able to offer a comprehensive testing solution that is designed for modern distributed microservices applications.
Garden is a must-have tool for developers and DevOps teams who want to streamline their testing workflows and take advantage of the benefits of cloud native technologies. With its flexible, scalable, and cost-effective platform, Garden is revolutionizing the way we test applications in a distributed microservices environment. Whether you’re a small startup or a large enterprise, Garden has the tools and expertise to help you build, test, and deploy your applications with confidence.
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