Before an environment can be created, you will need a Project. Projects can include one or several environments and allow you to test your applications and their individual features.
For example, you can set up a project for every app you're currently developing, each project containing environments for staging, development, QA, production etc.
Set up your first Project by following the steps below:
Click the Create project button in the Bunnyshell interface.
For this particular example, let's name your Project Getting Started.
Click the Create project button once more and you're all set!
Additionally you can find out more by accessing the Projects page.
You have your first Project. Now let's go ahead and create an Environment in it.
An Environment is a user-defined group that brings together applications and all of the services and databases those applications require, running within a namespace.
There are two types of Environments that can be created in Bunnyshell:
Primary environments. These are manually-created environments and are not destroyed automatically. Typically they are for more traditional staging or production workloads.
Ephemeral environments. Designed to be close replicas of production environments, ephemerals can be created on-demand or automatically only based on existing primary environments.
In this case, we'll create a primary environment:
- Select your Project from the main Bunnyshell interface and click Create environment.
- Let's name our Environment Bunnyshell-Books.
Congratulations! You now have your first project and your first environment.
For more information on this topic, visit our Environments page.
Updated 11 months ago