Coder is used by some of the most security conscious agencies in the federal government and is authorized for use in several highly secured environments within the Department of Defense.
Your citizenry is demanding greater access to online and automated services. Accelerate your software development process with Coder by removing the obstacles that keep your developers from writing code.
Coder empowers training at scale. Students spend time learning how to code, not struggling to build their environments. Instructors spend time teaching, not troubleshooting students’ device configurations.
By moving developer workspaces to the cloud and automating their configuration and creation, Coder lets your developers focus on their mission, writing code, eliminating distractions like environment configuration.
Coder reduces the number of protect surfaces that must be defended.
Coder simplifies the creation and management of dev environments.
Coder is as secure as you need it to be.
Coder has achieved ATO status on multiple DoD platforms.
We work with what you work with. Developers can continue using the languages and tools they know and love.
Code securely from anywhere, on any device. The only requirements are internet access and a web browser.
Coder works seamlessly within the most restrictive air-gapped environments. Move dev environments to the cloud and simplify zero-trust implementation by keeping code off of laptops.
Harden your Docker images to your agency’s exact requirements. Updates to the images can be pushed to environments created from those images, ensuring all developers are using the most secure version.
Come learn about GitLab at Dark Wolf along with pizza, beer, and a good time! GitLab’s value is in centralizing the SDLC into a single system but the creative part (software development) where business value is created is outside the scope of GitLab. Coder fits that niche by meeting developers where they are and enabling them to spend more time working and less time fussing with dependencies. It also uses containers in a similar way to GitLab CI which means developers can use the same methods they’re comfortable with for building and refining coder workspace images as they do with their build and test automation. Event will be held in person and virtually.Register
Automation and DevOps experts from across the country will convene for three days of learning, sharing, and networking with other DevOps and Automation professionals. Come watch Coder's Thomas Hughes deliver his invited presentation "Bringing DevSecOps to the Developer Workspace" on Wednesday (Nov. 3) at 2:00 p.m.Register
All paid subscriptions include standard support. Additionally, Coder offers premium support including prioritized response and a guaranteed SLA, Contact your sales representative for more information.
Coder is a cloud native offering that runs its control plane as well as workspaces on top of Kubernetes, so it should work on any Kubernetes cluster, including managed offerings from the hyperscale cloud providers (Google, Amazon, Microsoft) or your own infrastructure, whether physical or virtualized.
Coder enables organizations to centralize development infrastructure, allowing IT administrators to apply robust security controls in a single location. For example, organizations can enforce ingress and egress network restrictions, ensure that developers only use approved software, and enable teams to separate responsibilities for application- and infrastructure-level components, such as application middleware.
At present, developers configure access permissions for their dev URLs, and it is not possible to restrict creation of “public” URLs. In order to restrict traffic within your organization, we recommend configuring your firewall or load balancer to reject all outside traffic, thereby rendering public Dev URLs inaccessible from outside your organization at the network level.
Coder supports integration with common Single and Same Sign-On technologies, including OpenID Connect (OIDC) and OAuth2, for both authentication and authorization.
Coder works seamlessly within the most restrictive air-gapped environments. Note, however, that Coder cannot be deployed in an air-gapped environment during the 60-day free trial.
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.