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Testcontainers Cloud

Test Without Limits.
Ship With Confidence.

Testcontainers Cloud makes it easy for developers to run reliable integration tests, with real dependencies defined in code, from their laptops to their team’s CI.
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Run Tests, Not Containers

Test everything on your laptop without worrying about resources. No local docker daemon needed!
  1. Sign up for free
  2. Download the Testcontainers Desktop app
  3. Run the app and sign in
  4. Start your tests as usual; your laptop stays cold and snappy
Run your ever-growing test suite without scaling your CI, and speed it up by running tests in parallel. No system privileges required!
  1. Sign up for free
  2. Create a Service Account token
  3. Add the agent to your CI workflow
  4. Start tests in your CI as usual; your tests are running in the cloud!
Enhance team efficiency by getting rid of flaky tests and ensuring consistency from dev to CI
  • Adopting Testcontainers Cloud was simple. It just worked out of the box and gave our entire dev team access to a scalable backend to run their tests, with zero configuration or additional steps.
    Nicolai Baldin
    CEO & Founder at Synthesized
  • Testcontainers Cloud fits greatly into Netflix's continuous efforts to make developer feedback loop faster by allowing developers to run their tests locally and more frequently regardless of their development environment
    Roberto Pérez Alcolea
    Productivity Engineering at Netflix

Full Testcontainers Experience

Testcontainers is an open source framework for providing throwaway, lightweight instances of databases, message brokers, web browsers, or just about anything that can run in a Docker container. Testcontainers Cloud lets you have the same great experience wherever you are running your tests.

Unit Tests With Real Dependencies

Supports Popular Languages

Test Anything You Can Containerize

Get Started In Minutes!

  • Works with your existing tests without any code changes
  • Install the non-privileged agent and you are good to go
  • Plays nice with both public and private registries