Up to 2,000 users

Up to 2,000 users

In the 2,000 users architecture, there is a moderate increase in traffic, suggesting a growing user base or expanding operations. This setup is well-suited for mid-sized companies experiencing growth or for universities seeking to accommodate their expanding user populations.

Users can be evenly distributed between 2 regions or be attached to different clusters.

Target load: API: up to 300 RPS

High Availability: The mode is enabled; multiple replicas provide higher deployment reliability under load.

Hardware recommendations

Coderd nodes

UsersNode capacityReplicasGCPAWSAzure
Up to 2,0004 vCPU, 16 GB memory2 nodes / 1 coderd eachn1-standard-4t3.xlargeStandard_D4s_v3

Provisioner nodes

UsersNode capacityReplicasGCPAWSAzure
Up to 2,0008 vCPU, 32 GB memory4 nodes / 30 provisioners eacht2d-standard-8t3.2xlargeStandard_D8s_v3


  • An external provisioner is deployed as Kubernetes pod.
  • It is not recommended to run provisioner daemons on coderd nodes.
  • Consider separating provisioners into different namespaces in favor of zero-trust or multi-cloud deployments.

Workspace nodes

UsersNode capacityReplicasGCPAWSAzure
Up to 2,0008 vCPU, 32 GB memory128 / 16 workspaces eacht2d-standard-8t3.2xlargeStandard_D8s_v3


  • Assumed that a workspace user needs 2 GB memory to perform
  • Maximum number of Kubernetes workspace pods per node: 256
  • Nodes can be distributed in 2 regions, not necessarily evenly split, depending on developer team sizes

Database nodes

UsersNode capacityReplicasStorageGCPAWSAzure
Up to 2,0004 vCPU, 16 GB memory11 TBdb-custom-4-15360db.t3.xlargeStandard_D4s_v3


  • Consider adding more replicas if the workspace activity is higher than 500 workspace builds per day or to achieve higher RPS.
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