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Welcome to the Coder Enterprise hub. You'll find comprehensive guides and documentation to help you start working with Coder as quickly as possible, as well as support if you get stuck. Let's jump right in!

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Requirements

Coder Enterprise is deployed onto Kubernetes clusters. We recommend the following resource allocation minimums to ensure quality performance.

For basic control services, we recommend allocating at least 2 CPU cores, 4 GB of RAM, and 20 GB of storage.

For each active developer, we ask that you allocate an additional CPU core, 1 GB of RAM, and 10 GB of storage on top of the resources you've allocated for basic control services.

We also recommend the following throughput:

  • Read: 3000 IOPS at 50 MB/s
  • Write: 3000 IOPS at 50 MB/s

Enabled Extensions

You must have the following extensions enabled on your K8 cluster:

  • apps/v1
  • rbac.authorization.k8s.io/v1
  • metrics.k8s.io
  • storage.k8s.io/v1
  • networking.k8s.io/v1
  • extensions/v1beta1

You can check whether you have these extensions enabled by running kubectl get apiservices.

Browsers

To ensure that you can use all of Coder Enterprise's features, we strongly encourage using an up-to-date browser. Coder Enterprise currently supports the use of the following browsers:

  • Apple Safari 12.1
  • Google Chrome 66
  • Mozilla Firefox 57
  • Microsoft Edge 79

If you are using Remote IDEs, be sure to allow pop-ups; Coder Enterprise will launch the Remote IDE in a new pop-up window.

Licenses

Use of Coder Enterprise deployments requires a license that will be emailed to you.

Please note that deployments using the free level of Coder Enterprise (1-10 users):

  • Must be able to reach and use an outbound internet connection (at minimum, your deployment must be able to access licensor.coder.com)
  • Cannot be used to set up an air-gapped deployment
  • Must use Coder Enterprise v1.10.0 or later

The above requirements do not apply to potential customers engaged in our trial program.

Updated about a month ago



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