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Setting up your Workload Environments
What are environments and how do they help

Why do I need to set an environment up?

Environments are logical groupings of Environment Variables, Applications and Clusters. A single environment maps to a single cluster and can contain environment specific values for variables.
An application can then be deployed to any of these environments, with auto-injection of variables for that environment during deployment workflows

How do I set it up?

  • Navigate to Deployment Resources -> Environments
  • Click on +CREATE
  • Give your environment a name (for example dev-front-end)
  • Mark it as production or non-production environment
  • Save the environment
Flow Summary
Ozone creates a mapping to each environment for every variable that you define within ozone. Imagine a scenario where a Database credential varies per environment since there are multiple instances, ie, one for each environment.
Thus, you can have multiple values for variables across environments and hence re-usable pipeline definitions
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Why do I need to set an environment up?
How do I set it up?