Administering Dev Environments for a space - Amazon CodeCatalyst

Administering Dev Environments for a space

All Dev Environments are created as part of a project within a space. Space members can create their own Dev Environments within a project at the source repository level. Space administrators can then use the Amazon CodeCatalyst console to view, edit, delete, and stop Dev Environments on behalf of space members. In short, space administrators maintain Dev Environments at the space level.

Considerations for administering Dev Environments

  • You must have the Space administrator role to view the Dev Environments page under Settings and to manage Dev Environments at the space level.

  • Space members manage the Dev Environments that they create in projects through their CodeCatalyst accounts. When administering Dev Environments as a space administrator, you are maintaining these resources on behalf of space members.

  • Dev Environments default to a specific compute and storage configuration. For information about billing and rates for upgrading your configuration, see the Amazon CodeCatalyst pricing page.

For other considerations about Dev Environments, including stopping running instances, default compute configuration, upgrading your compute, incurring costs, and configuring timeouts, see Write and modify code with Dev Environments in CodeCatalyst.