AWS relaunches Cloud9 collaborative development environment, a year after acquisition

AWS relaunches Cloud9 collaborative development environment, a year after acquisition

By | December 1st, 2017
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It’s designed to give developers a collaborative workspace for writing

code and running the terminal commands necessary to create and deploy

software.


														
							

Using AWS Cloud9, developers will be able to provide read-only or read and write access to their workspace for other collaborators, who will then be able to concurrently edit code and chat about changes they’re making. The software integrates with AWS Lambda, the cloud provider’s service for running short, event-driven code functions, as well.

Workspaces that users have created through Cloud9’s website will continue to run, according to an AWS blog post. People who want to move to AWS Cloud9 from the previous environment will be able to do so using migration tools that the company plans to provide later.

Cloud9 is integrated with AWS Lambda to provide debugging of cloud functions, so that users will be able to see how their code will run before deploying it in production. What’s more, AWS Cloud9 will be able to pull in any Lambda function users can access through the cloud platform for coding and debugging, even if they didn’t initially write it using Cloud9.

Source

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Nisheeth Bhakuni