EFFICIENT TESTING OF K8S APPLICATIONS MANDATES A K8S NATIVE APPROACH TO TESTING ACTIVITIES

Testkube natively integrates testing into k8s development
and operational workflows

Testkube provides a Kubernetes-native framework for test definition, execution and results

  • Integrates orchestration and execution of tests with k8s constructs and idioms - making it a natural part of k8s-native workflows (CI/CD, GitOps, etc)
  • Avoids vendor lock-in for CI/CD test orchestration and execution pipelines
  • Makes it easy to run any kind of tests - functional, load/performance, security, compliance, etc. - in your clusters, without having to wrap them in docker-images or providing network access
  • Modular architecture for adding new types of test scripts and executors

Testkube Added to CNCF Landscape

Testkube is now featured on the CNCF Landscape, an important project that provides a resource map for cloud native users, developers, and enterprises to quickly view and understand the overall picture of the cloud native system, under Continuous Integration & Delivery.

Frequently Asked Questions

What does Testkube do exactly?

Testkube allows you avoid vendor lock-in for test orchestration and execution in CI/CD pipelines.

What Operating systems is Testkube available on?

Testkube is available on Mac OS or Linux via install scripts or manual installation. For Windows, you will need to download the binary. We plan to create additional installers in the future.

Is Testkube reliant on docker containers?

Testkube makes it easy to orchestrate and run any kinds of tests - functional, load/performance, security, compliance, etc. - in your clusters, without having to wrap them in docker-images or providing network access.

How Does Testkube Support Helm?

Yes. Helm must be installed to use the charts.

Upcoming Testkube Event:

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Whether you are using Postman, Cypress, JMeter, Selenium, or any other testing tool, TestKube will decouple your test execution pipeline from constraints specific to CI/CD tools and allow you to repurpose existing tests using a Kubernetes native approach to test orchestration, execution and test result management.

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The platform was very easy to install and use. I installed it with ArgoCD and ran the example test. Also used the dashboard. I liked the fact that everything is Kubernetes native. It seems so natural after I used the tool, that of course we need something like this for Kubernetes.

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