The purpose of this article is to provide high-level instructions for managing Environments in Plutora.
In Plutora, a System refers to an Application, and an Environment refers to an instance of a System. For example, several instances of a System are used during various Phases of testing (DEV, UAT, SIT).
Add Services and Components to your Environments
Add Environment Groups
View Environment Maps
View Environment Schedule
Manage Environment Contention
Allocate Environments for Releases
Create Environment Change Requests (TECRs)
Create Environment Booking Requests (TEBRs)