Remote Development Environments
Remote Development Environments (RDEs) are remote environments where developers have all the tools they need for their work – to develop, debug, test and more. These environments are accessed via the internet. RDEs are meant to replace local development environments.
Remote means that the developers connect to another environment. The environment can be in the corporate data centre, in the private cloud or available as SaaS.
The definition of RDEs differs depending on the provider. For example, the term can also mean that only an IDE is available via the browser. However, functions that go beyond this are not included.
Oftmals wird auch der Begriff “Cloud Development Environments” verwendet. Wir bei Cloudomation verwenden den RDE-Begriff, weil unser Angebot auch On-Premise genutzt werden kann.
The term “Cloud Development Environments” is also often used. At Cloudomation, we use the RDE term because our offering can also be used on-premise.
At Cloudomation, we follow the above description and provide RDEs that can be used like local development environments. Complex applications or software with multiple components can be run in the RDE.
Read more about Remote Development Environments:
- What are Remote Development Environments?
- Usecase: Remote Development Environments
- The difference between IDEs, local development environments and remote development environments
- 5 Advantages of Remote Development Environments
- Remote Development Environments: A tool to solve current challenges in software development
- Why Cloudomation went RDE
- Why managers and developers get in each other’s hair when buying remote development environments (and what we can learn from this)
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