Coder is deployed onto Kubernetes clusters, and we recommend the following resource allocation minimums to ensure quality performance.
For basic control services, allocate at least 2 CPU cores, 4 GB of RAM, and 20 GB of storage.
For each active developer, please allocate an additional CPU core, 1 GB of RAM, and 10 GB of storage on top of the resources allocated for basic control services.
We recommend the following throughput:
You must enable the following extensions on your K8 cluster (check whether you
have these extensions enabled by running
kubectl get apiservices):
Use an up-to-date browser to ensure that you can use all of Coder's features. We currently require the following versions or newer:
If you're using Remote IDEs, allow pop-ups; Coder launches the Remote IDE in a pop-up window.
Coder uses Kubernetes NetworkPolicies to enforce network segmentation and tenant isolation within your cluster.
Coder's network isolation policy blocks all ingress traffic to workspaces except traffic from the control plane (this ensures that you can audit all traffic). However, the control plane does not specify egress rules; by default, it allows outbound traffic. However, you can still enforce a more specific network policy.
Container network interface (CNI) plugins implement network segmentation and tenant isolation in the Kubernetes cluster. They enforce network boundaries between pods, preventing users from accessing other workspaces.
If your container network interface (CNI) plugin does not support NetworkPolicy enforcement, traffic between workspaces, and other containerized workloads within the same cluster will be permitted to communicate without restriction. Consider testing your container networking after installing Coder to ensure that the behavior is as expected.
If you're not sure which CNI plugin, we suggest Calico.
The use of Coder deployments requires a license that's emailed to you.
Deployments using the free trial of Coder:
The above requirements do not apply to potential customers engaged in our evaluation program.