Amazon CodeCatalyst has limited 3rd party source-code host integration options, limited IDE support, dictates new ways of work and only runs on AWS public cloud.
Coder is an open-source solution that takes a platform-agnostic approach to remote development architecture that enables software development on infrastructure designed by you which is always under your control. By leveraging Terraform, Coder lets developers run an IDE on any compute platform including on-prem, AWS, Azure, GCP, DigitalOcean, Kubernetes, Docker, and more, with workspaces running on Linux, Windows, or Mac.
|Delivery Model||SaaS||OSS + Self-Managed|
|Cost||Pay AWS||Pay your cloud|
|Internet Access Required||Yes||No|
|Latency and Data Sovereignty||US West (Oregon)||Self-Hosted|
|Security isolation model||EC2||Unopinionated, 100% configurable and depends upon how you design your solution|
|Environments||Linux Virtual Machines||All Terraform resources, all clouds, multi-architecture: Linux, Mac, Windows, containers, VMs, amd64, arm64|
|IDE||Cloud9, Visual Studio Code Desktop and JetBrains Gateway||Anything (vim, emacs, theia, code-server, openvscode-server, entire jetbrains suite inc gateway remote development, visual studio code desktop, visual studio for mac, visual studio for windows) you choose to install and deploy|
|Last Updated||14/12/2022||Please file a GitHub issue if any information is out of date.|