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Announcing Garden Actions: A new way to automate CI pipelines →

Develop and test complex systems faster.

Architecture-as-code to standardize and accelerate deployments.

Jump-start your internal developer platform

Codify your stack once with Garden’s Stack Graph and you’ll be able to spin up the entire system in one command in dev, prod, testing, and QA.
Production-like environments
80% faster end-to-end testing
Rapid feedback loops
How it Works
Trusted by top teams, for complex projects
Garden brings development as close to production as possible and lets you test any kind of feature in isolation.

It makes you take for granted something that with another tool set would be really difficult to achieve.
Daniel Killenberger, CTO at

Automate the grind away

No more fighting over shared environments

Spin up production-like environments
from scratch, on demand
Spin up production-like
environments from scratch,
on demand
Build, deploy and test your entire system with a single command from your laptop or your pipeline, or a click in the UI. No need for humans, Slack messages, or tickets. No more unrealistic local dev environments.
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Cut time spent debugging PRs in half

Use the same tools and configuration
across development and CI
Use the same tools and
configuration across
development and CI
Stuck trying to figure out why something works locally but fails in CI? With Garden, you can run any test or deployment from anywhere, exactly the same way. No need to describe the same system multiple times.
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Write less code about code

Focus on your business instead
of building internal tooling
Building and maintaining your own cloud-native tooling is expensive and frustrating. Leave the gnarly Kubernetes automation to us.
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Before discovering Garden, we spent a lot of time trying to improve developer experience with custom in-house tools, but now we get everything we wanted in one consistent platform.

Knowing that we can rely on such a quality team and toolset enables us to minimize the amount of time we spend on DevOps-type tasks, and focus on shipping features.
Josh Drake
Principal Engineer

Let devs flow

Eliminating the friction between tools reduces context-switching overhead for devs and dramatically improves developer experience and productivity.

Make end-to-end tests 80% faster

Classic CI systems build and run everything no matter how small the change. With cached tests and incremental deployment, Garden’s Stack Graph™ saves time simply by doing less.
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See code running in the cluster as it's written

Quickly sync between local machines and containers or easily combine local services with remote ones, whichever works best for each developer and codebase. Skip slow container builds during development.
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Everything at your fingertips

Get streaming logs for all your builds, deployments and tests in real-time, on a single timeline. Debug faster and easily iterate on individual parts of a complex system.
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Scale your stack

Garden is pluggable and ready for whatever your future may hold. Grow your stack without re-tooling and disrupting your devs.

Standardize workflows to scale

Codify your in-house practices with templates, custom commands and workflows. That means less sifting through documentation and asking questions. New devs will be up and running in no time.

Keep your options open

Rest easy knowing that you can build and deploy anything with Garden, with support for Terraform, Pulumi and much more to come. Don’t box yourself in or force more re-tooling later.

Proactively fix bottlenecks

Are your build or test times getting slower as your application evolves? Garden Cloud's Insights show you where dev workflows are getting faster or slower over time so you can proactively remove friction.
SOC 2 Type 2 certified
There’s a lot less frustration on the dev team now because there are far fewer bottlenecks. Our developers are independent and can work without constantly bumping into each other. They’re autonomous, and they’re more confident about what they ship, because they’ve tested thoroughly in a production-like setting.
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Arnaud Rinquin
Senior Developer

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