Simple and extremely efficient solutions
for your test automation infrastructure

Short way to efficient test automation


Why choose Aerokube

  • Experienced team. We have more than 10 years of experience with large scale browser automation infrastructure. Clusters that we manage have more than 5000 browsers running in parallel.
  • Reliable products. Creating solutions that work under any load is our top priority.
  • Powerful features. Our solutions support all popular browser automation frameworks: Selenium, Playwright, Puppeteer and Cypress.
  • Easy to deploy and maintain. We provide ready-to-use manifests and instructions allowing to launch working infrastructure in minutes. Our infrastructure requires little or almost no maintenance.
  • Cost-efficient. Our solutions have low memory and CPU consumption. Built-in automated scaling feature dramatically lowers final cost of browser automation infrastructure.
  • Enterprise level security. Our solutions support enterprise technologies such as additional TLS certificates, private container registries, OpenID Connect, fine-grained authentication and authorization out of the box.


Boot: Other Side of the Moon

This article gives motivation behind Boot - our new product for test automation and software development.

Browser Automation: To Infinity And Beyond

This article is about browser automation from project owner perspective.

Selenium: Securing Your Moon Cluster in Kubernetes and Openshift

This article describes how to enabled security features in Moon.

Selenium: Moon Environment Provisioning

This article gives more light about new Moon context feature.

Moon 2: The Next Generation Browser Infrastructure Solution

This article describes difference between Moon 1 and Moon 2.

Selenium: Lightning Fast Client Libraries

This article gives more details on how lightning fast Selenium client should look like.

Cypress: Remote Tests Execution Made Simple

This article describes how to run your Cypress tests in parallel with Moon.

Selenium Grid 4: Do you really need it?

This article describes what are the main components of Selenium Grid 4 and how Moon differs from it.

Selenium: Lightning Fast Mobile Emulation in Kubernetes

This article describes how mobile emulation in Chrome browser can save you a lot of time and money.

Browser Automation: How an efficient Selenium Cloud Platform should look like in 2020

This article gives more details about Moon Cloud solution.

Moon: the Swiss Army Knife for Browser Automation

This article demonstrates how to run Puppeteer tests in parallel with Moon

Playwright: Launching Cross-Browser Automation to the Stars

This article demonstrates how to run Playwright tests in parallel with Moon

Next Mission to Moon

This article describes Moon advanced features: Chrome Developer Tools support, manual testing and many more

Selenium: Reflections about Cluster Economics

This article gives our calculations about real Selenium cluster cost in cloud platforms like AWS

Selenium on Windows: Docker Revolution

This article solves the problem of the century - how to pack Windows-only browsers to Linux Docker containers

Selenium: Exploring the Moon

A deep dive into Moon architecture, browser pod internals and some advanced features like using Kubernetes node selectors

Selenium: Storing Data Efficiently

A step by step instruction how to configure Selenoid to upload recorded videos and session logs to S3 bucket

Selenium: Back to the Moon

The first introduction of Moon - an implementation of Selenium protocol for Kubernetes cluster

Selenium: Clear as a Bell

Take a look if you need to browser consumption charts or session logs uploaded to the ELK stack

Selenium: Growing Muscles

This article shows some advanced Selenoid and Ggr features like video recording and new capabilities

Selenium: an Apple story

In this article we apply Selenoid power to MacOS platform and testing in Safari desktop

Selenium: easy as a pie

In this article we are showing Selenoid UI and fully automated installer called CM

Selenium on Windows: revisited

Our first recommendations about efficient Selenium testing on Windows platform

Selenium: done in 60 seconds

In this article we demonstrate how to obtain a running Selenoid instance in 60 seconds

Selenium: a new hope (part II)

In this article we introduce lightning fast Selenoid server and Ggr load balancer

Selenium: a new hope (part I)

In this article we describe standard Selenium scalability problems and their efficient solutions