AWS Cloud9
User Guide

Limits for AWS Cloud9

The following tables list limits in AWS Cloud9 and related AWS services.

AWS Cloud9 Limits

The following table provides the default limits for AWS Cloud9 for an AWS account. Unless otherwise noted, each limit is Region-specific.

To request an increase for a limit that is adjustable, do the following:

  1. Open the Create case page on the AWS Support Center website, and sign in if necessary.

  2. Continue following the on-screen instructions to complete the request. If the request is urgent, choose Phone as the method of contact instead of Web.

  3. Choose Submit.

These increases are not granted immediately, so it might take a couple of days for your increase to become effective.

Resource Default Limit Adjustable

Maximum number of AWS Cloud9 EC2 development environments

  • 100 per user

  • 200 per account

Yes

Maximum number of SSH environments

  • 100 per user

  • 200 per account

Yes

Maximum number of members in an environment

The default maximum number of members is equal to the memory of the instance for that environment divided by 60 MB, with results rounded down. For example, an instance with 1 GiB of memory can have a maximum of 17 members (which is 1 GiB divided by 60 MB, rounded down).

If AWS Cloud9 cannot determine the memory of an instance, it defaults to a maximum of 8 users for each environment associated with that instance.

The absolute maximum number of members for an environment is 25.

No1

Maximum editable file size

8 MB

No

1 You can move an environment to attempt to increase the default maximum number of members. However, the absolute maximum number of members for an environment is still 25.

Maximum number of Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS) volumes

5,000

For more information, see Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS) Limits in the Amazon Web Services General Reference.

Maximum number of AWS CloudFormation stacks

200

For more information, see AWS CloudFormation Limits in the AWS CloudFormation User Guide.

Amazon EC2 limits

See Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) Limits in the Amazon Web Services General Reference.