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Garden.io

Cloud native & Kubernetes testing done right

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  • The Icelandic Saga Database
    Me too. In fact Garden (dev tooling for the Kubernetes)[0] is a Berlin start-up with three Icelandic founders. And if I'm not mistaken, two of us worked briefly with @halldorel (above commenter) at an earlier Icelandic start-up. It's a small world (if you're Icelandic). [0] https://garden.io. - Source: Hacker News / about 1 year ago
  • Local development set up for microservices with Kubernetes - Skaffold
    There are dedicated tools just for that. Apart from skaffold check also tilt.dev, garden.io, devspace.sh, okteto.com. Source: about 1 year ago
  • is anyone using garden.io for Kubernetes development?
    Would appreciate any insights on garden.io. Thanks. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Founders looking for feedback on a DevOps idea
    Alternatives:Tools like Okteto, Releasehub, Docker Compose, Tilt offer the ability to spin up environments easily, but don't allow you to mix and match connections between different environments during development/testing, so the above problems would appear to persist. Telepresence and Garden.io seem to be closer to this, but aren't complete drop-in solutions. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Deciding between Telepresence vs Garden.io
    I just used garden.io for a small personal project that was more about figuring out how to use garden. I started with the examples and used the Terraform GKE example. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Should devs manage dev environments
    A few other people in the space: garden and tilt have been around for awhile. Skaffold has also been around awhile, but I think it's a step below the others. Or at least it was back when I was evaluating. Source: about 2 years ago
  • How can we improve dev and prod parity?
    Use any of the specialized kubernetes tools such as okteto, tilt, garden.io, telepresence and devspace. This way even local development happens on Kubernetes (and with some of those tools you could potentially develop in a clone of prod or at least prod-like cluster). Source: over 2 years ago
  • Testing Distributed Systems
    Related to this topic: When running integration/e2e tests, setting up the environment (all the required services, data stores etc.) in the right sequence, loading them with test data and so forth can be thorny to automate. Good automation around preparing/provisioning the testing environment is a necessary companion to the testing tools/frameworks themselves. Most commonly, fully-capable testing environments... - Source: Hacker News / over 2 years ago
  • Development on Kubernetes with Telepresence and Skaffold
    There are also tools like okteto, garden.io and tilt which have similar/close functionality. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Deploying to kubernetes, DevOps, developers and cicd pipelines
    They should use a higher level tool such as devspace, okteto, tilt, skaffold, garden.io, telepresence etc. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Why would companies use these tools?
    Https://kodibox.io/ or https://garden.io/ I can't help but wonder who is using these tools? And what is your experience? I know that some people consider them not very useful but maybe you can explain me how they can help developers/product managers/DevOps-es. - Source: Hacker News / over 2 years ago
  • 15 Developer Tools to Make You Super Productive
    Garden is a cloud service that enables fast and efficient Kubernetes development. It’s a tool that simplifies and manages the development of your Kubernetes instances while building distributed applications. - Source: dev.to / over 2 years ago
  • Does anyone use Hashicorp's Waypoint? Thoughts?
    It looks great if your company has both new and legacy applications. But if you focus only on Kubernetes applications for example, there are much better solutions such as garden.io. Source: over 2 years ago
  • evaluating dagger - programmable CI/CD tool
    Specifically for Kubernetes I think that there a better alternatives like garden.io, tilt, devspace, skaffold and okteto. Source: almost 3 years ago
  • Cluster best practices
    Local development is an entirely different story on its own. There many tools just for this (tilt.dev, garden.io, telepresence.io, okteto.com). Source: about 3 years ago
  • Using Telepresence 2 for Kubernetes debugging and local development
    Telepresence is a project in the growing discipline of Developer Experience, in which we have other tools such as tilt.dev, garden.io, okteto and resources like dex.dev. It focuses specifically on helping developers work with containers and Kubernetes (as opposed to tools that focus on administration and management of clusters). - Source: dev.to / about 3 years ago
  • Modern CI Is Too Complex and Misdirected
    I cannot stop thinking this guy is describing what we do at https://garden.io. He seems to go on describing the Stack Graph and the build/test/deploy/task primitives, the unified configuration between environments, build and test results caching, the platform agnosticism (even though we are heavy focused on kubernetes) and the fact that CI can be just a feature, not a product on itself. One thing I definitely... - Source: Hacker News / about 3 years ago
  • kubernetes, skaffold and sidecars how to accelerate
    For the 10-20 seconds you only skip this by changing tools. Instead of skaffold you can use tilt.dev, garden.io and okteto.com that push source code straight into the cluster (and thus you don't need to push/pull images at all). Source: about 3 years ago
  • Docker for Mac M1 RC
    I recently left the Mac ecosystem and bought myself a System 76 laptop. I do a lot of server-side development and running Docker at native speed is a big productivity boost for me. I really do hope they get this sorted out, it's a great technology that has measurably improved the local development experience. I wonder if services like https://garden.io/ will see more business as a result of these issues? That or... - Source: Hacker News / over 3 years ago
  • Docker for Mac M1 RC
    https://garden.io was first result for "garden docker" For you. Google spends a trillion dollars a year to make sure each person gets customized search results. So being sanctimonious about your "first result" only shows that you don't know how Google works. - Source: Hacker News / over 3 years ago
  • Docker for Mac M1 RC
    [Garden.io](https://garden.io) was first result for "garden docker". - Source: Hacker News / over 3 years ago

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