The easiest way to use DevSpace.cloud is to get the ready-to-use Spaces. Just a create a Space and deploy your application with a single command. You do not
need your own Kubernetes cluster to use Spaces.
DevSpace.cloud lets you easily create Spaces and deploy your applications to these Spaces with a single command.Learn more about Spaces
DevSpace.io is our fully managed Kubernetes hosting service. It is directly integrated with DevSpace.cloud and lets you start Spaces without having to manage your own Kubernetes cluster. Each Space will get a .devspace.io subdomain but you can also add custom domains.
DevSpace.cloud PREMIUM provides additional features for single developers or for members of a team. Such features include creating Spaces on external Kubernetes clusters which can be easily connected to DevSpace.cloud, team registries, team roles and more.
For Spaces hosted on DevSpace.io, PREMIUM and BASIC users pay the same monthly prices as described in DevSpace.cloud SPACES.
See Details of DevSpace.cloud SPACES
DevSpace.cloud ENTERPRISE lets organizations run their own dedicated instance of DevSpace.cloud just for their development teams. Customers can choose between the CLOUD version which is completely managed by us or an ON-PREMISE version which runs on their own server infrastructure (public, private or hybrid-cloud).
A Space is a smart Kubernetes namespace that lets you build, test and run code in a truly cloud-native manner.
DevSpace CLI is an open-source, command-line tool that allows you to create Spaces and deploy your applications to those Spaces.
DevSpace.cloud lets you easily create and manage hosted Spaces without the need to maintain your own Kubernetes cluster.
You need to have Docker installed on your computer but you do not have to setup a Kubernetes cluster to work with a Space.
Yes! You can find the source code on GitHub. The tool is free to use in any private and even in commercial projects.
The DevSpace.cloud allows you to create
2 Spaces for FREE. Any additional Space will cost $12 / month.