In this post, we discuss the challenges in application delivery on Kubernetes, how Dagger can solve these issues, and share the best ways to run Dagger on Kubernetes.
Airbyte, an open-source ELT platform managing hundreds of Docker containers, shares how they use Dagger. Augustin is part of the Connector Operations team responsible for managing CI for Airbyte connectors, while Conor works in the Platform Infrastructure team. Over the last few months, Augustin and Conor have transformed Airbyte's maze of GitHub Actions, YAML, and shell scripts into a streamlined CI/CD process powered by Dagger and significantly enhanced Airbyte's developer experience.
We are pleased to announce Dagger 0.9, featuring a significantly improved services API that expands Dagger's built-in capabilities and brings us closer to the promise of Application Delivery as Code. This new API adds support for Container-to-Host (C2H) networking, Host-to-Container (H2C) networking, and explicit service lifecycle management.
Kasper Hermansen, a Platform Engineer at Lunar, shares how his team improved software delivery and reliability by transitioning from unreliable shell scripts and complex templating to Dagger. They have found that Dagger's Go-native support and open-source nature have led to greater consistency, collaboration, and overall productivity, making it a promising solution for their platform needs.
Today we’re thrilled to announce Early Access to our first commercial product: Dagger Cloud.
Sean Clayton shares his journey of revitalizing a complex and frustrating CI pipeline by adopting Dagger. With Dagger, Sean simplified the pipeline, achieved consistent builds, and empowered developers with faster feedback, ultimately boosting their confidence in the CI process.
Tony shares how he has been able to significantly improve the consistency and accuracy of Hof's test suite by using containerized test environments orchestrated with Dagger.