Empower your engineers and data scientists with secure, consistent, and fast workspaces

Pricing

  • Install on your own infrastructure
  • Standard support
  • All updates for duration of contract
More than 100 users? Contact us for enterprise pricing.
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FAQ

Yes! We recommend students first check out our free and open source project code-server in case it meets your needs for remote development. If you need a team solution or support for multiple editors beyond VS Code, we also offer free single-user student licenses for Coder. Fill out this form to request one!

Coder is priced per user on a yearly basis. Once Coder is running you can create as many workspaces as needed for your team. The only limits are the capabilities of your infrastructure.

Coder is billed annually and we offer a 60-day evaluation period for Kubernetes, or a 30-day evaluation period for Docker.

Coder's self-hosted solution is deployed on your infrastructure: you host the dashboard and your workspaces on your Kubernetes cluster.

This will vary depending upon the cloud provider you use, whether you run Coder on-premises, the number of dev environments you have running at any given moment, the scale of your Kubernetes cluster, and many other factors. For more information on the requirements to run Coder, see our documentation.

It will vary depending upon the procurement rules of the individual agency. Please contact our Public Sector team for more information and a list of our authorized resellers: [email protected]

Your purchase of Coder includes the platform, all updates during the duration of your contract, the ability to add one named user per seat purchased, as well as support from Coder. The purchase price does not include the infrastructure required to run the Coder platform.

Coder provides standard support for all paid accounts throughout the duration of the contract. Additional support with reduced response times is also available for an additional fee. During the free trial, users receive limited support through the community Slack channel, the published documentation, and video tutorials.

Yes! Contact your account manager for assistance or email [email protected]

No. Code-server is an open source project that we maintain that allows individual developers to run VS Code on a remote server accessed through your browser. Coder is our commercial product for enterprises, built on top of code-server. It adds security and productivity features to support software development teams of any size, including the ability to use multiple IDEs and workspaces.

Our commitment to open source

Learn more about our projects and our commitment to the open source community.

code-server: the heart of Coder

code-server is the primary open source project we maintain. It allows developers to use a browser to access remote dev environments running VS Code. Coder builds upon the success of code-server and adds features designed for enterprise teams including support for additional IDEs and advanced security features.