This guide will walk you through the process of utilizing the powerful environment feature. By leveraging PipeOps environments, you can easily manage your configurations and securely store sensitive information. Let's dive in!
To access the environment tab, simply click on the "Environments" option in the PipeOps interface. Once you're on the environments page, you'll be able to see a list of the existing environments you have set up. Here's an example of what it might look like:
As you can see, this image showcases three different environments. These environments represent different configurations or settings that can be used in your pipelines.
If you need to create a new environment, PipeOps makes it easy! Just follow these steps:
- Click on the "New Environment" button located within the environments page.
- A form will appear, prompting you to enter a name for your new environment. Choose a descriptive name that represents the purpose or context of this environment.
- You can also specify environment variables for this new environment. These variables allow you to store sensitive information securely, such as API keys or database credentials.
By providing the necessary information in the form, you'll be able to create a new environment and define the associated environment variables.
With PipeOps environments and secrets, you can easily manage different configurations, switch between them effortlessly, and protect your sensitive data. Take advantage of this feature to streamline your pipeline development process and ensure the security of your project.
Now that you have a solid understanding of how to get started with PipeOps environments and secrets, you're ready to harness the full power of this versatile tool. Happy pipeline building!