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Environments

Environments — is the HOME section of the application, where you can access information about the available environments based on your subscription plan. You can view and manage your deployments, and

How to work with the Environment?

To go to the Environments section, click the Environments tab on the left top panel. Now you have access to the list of available Environments to work with.
Three types of environments are available in the app:
  1. 1.
    Development. This type of environment can not be deleted. All IDE deployments can only be directed to this environment.
  2. 2.
    Testing. Test environments often mirror the production environments but with some key differences. To simulate the production environment more accurately, for example, the testing environment may have different hardware and software configurations. This helps QA teams execute thorough functional, performance, and regression testing by mimicking real-world conditions. Additionally, it is possible to use other Kubernetes clusters; this feature is configured when deploying the ProcessMIX application to your server before starting to use it. The system administrator responsible for deploying the application to servers can modify this feature. Testing is done before the software is deployed to the production environment to help find and fix any problems.
  3. 3.
    Production. A software application’s deployment and use by end users occurs in a production environment. It is the real-world context where the software program operates.
At the top of the panel, you can see information about the environment, including:
  • Environment name.
  • Environment type.
  • Allocated slot number. These slots are allocated from the total pool of slots to all environments.
  • Free slots. These slots are available for creating new deployments.
While creating an organization, the Owner defines the number and types of environments needed. This section displays the previously created environments only. To add, rename, or delete an environment, go to the Organization settings section. For more information, see the Organization and Subscription Guide
The administrator and the owner can manage the environments from the settings page of the organization.
To work with a desired environment, click it.
To configure: rename, allocate slots, buy additional resources, go to the Organization settings section. For more information, see the Organization and Subscription Guide

How to work with Deployments?

How to deploy a project, view, and manage deployments, see the Deployments section guide.
Only the owner or administrator can manage deployments.

How to work with Internal databases?

How to view information on the available internal database, see the Database section guide.
Only the owner or administrator can manage the database.

How to work with Request logs?

You can view Request logs according to the selected environment. For more information, see the Request logs guide.
Only the owner or administrator can view request logs.

How to work with Deploy logs?

You can view Deploy logs according to the selected environment. For more information, see the Deploy logs guide.
Only the owner or administrator can view internal deploy logs.

How to work with Application logs?

You can view Application logs according to the selected environment. For more information, see the Application logs guide.
Only the owner or administrator can view internal errors and warnings.