Freedom in development

Huge time saver, less frustrations for developers: automated ready-to-code development environments with pre-built workspaces

Sven Peters, DevOps Advocate at Atlassian

Get back into flow,
forget environment issues forever

Share workspace with Contrcators

Broke your environment? Launch a new one

Gitpod workspaces are pre-configured with all the tools required to be always ready-to-code. If you break an environment variable or package, simply spin-up a new workspace with a single click.

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Instantly share a preview of your environment

Because your workspace is cloud-based, sharing a preview is simple -- just share the workspace link. No complex tunnel setups required. Pair program with ease, get a product management or QA feedback instantly, or get help from a DevOps engineer to debug your environment.

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Zero latency, feels just like local

While your workspace is running in the cloud, you can still use the exact same editor as you would locally. That means download speeds for your packages and editing experience are indistinguishable from local work, including only the smoothest of keystrokes.

Integrate Ecosystem

Not just for browser editing, use JetBrains or Vim

Integrate into your organization’s existing development infrastructure, from git providers (GitHub, GitLab, Bitbucket), and IDEs (VS Code, JetBrains), to Internal Developer Portals (Backstage) and the cloud (AWS).

Your workspace customized your way

Use a dotfiles repository to bring your favourite shell, bash aliases and scripts to customize your workspaces.

Reproduceable dev. environments with Gitpod

“One of the things that keeps security up at night is ‘what happens if your host machine or virtual machine gets compromised’? If you get malware or a keylogger? The reality these days is that everything's going to get compromised if it's been around for long enough. The best way to handle that security posture is to not have environments that are alive for long enough to get compromised. If it’s ephemeral,you can just destroy it and start over from scratch. Nobody actually did that with our initial VM setup because of how long it would take to recreate an environment.”

Patrick, Enterprise Architect at Kingland

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Development environments pre-configured with the tools and dependencies needed to get inspired and start building.