The articles in this section will walk you through setting up a cluster to which Coder deploys and then deploying Coder.
Coder is free to try, though you'll need a license to do so. You can generate a license that allows you to try Coder free of charge for 60 days. You'll provide this license after you've completed the deployment steps.
If you're interested in a lightweight preview of Coder, check out our Coder for Docker option.
Before you start, we recommend familiarizing yourself with Coder's requirements.
To begin the deployment process, see our docs on creating a Kubernetes cluster and installing Coder.
In this section
Learn about the technical architecture of the Coder platform.
Learn about the prerequisite infrastructure requirements.
Learn how to set up a Kubernetes cluster compatible with Coder.
Learn how to install Coder onto your infrastructure.
Learn how to configure a fresh Coder installation.
Learn about best practices to properly scale Coder to meet developer and workspace needs.
Learn how to set up an air-gapped Coder deployment.
Coder for Docker
Learn how to run Coder with Docker.
Learn how to upgrade your Coder deployment.
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