The environment is an entity that determines the scope within which records with regulated data are stored on the InCountry platform. You can also think about an environment as a bucket that stores sensitive data. Data records stored within a specific environment (so-called, bucket) are separated from records stored in other environments. The environment allows you to get access to your data stores on the InCountry platform.
To view the available environments, on the menu, select Environments. The Environments page opens, as follows:
On the Environments page, you can view the list of available environments. For each environment, the following information is available:
|Label||Name of the environment that exists for your organization.|
|Type||Type of the environment.|
|Clients||Number of clients within the environment.|
|Integrations||Number of integrations within the environment.|
Within each environment, you can have multiple clients and integrations that you can use for storing regulated data on the InCountry Platform.
You can manage environments, as follows:
create new environments
edit the existing environments
delete the no longer needed environments
Creating new environments
By default, InCountry Portal creates a default environment of the Development type. You can create additional environments as needed.
To create a new environment:
On the Environments page, click Create Environment.
On the New Environment page, specify the following information:
Name - enter the name of the environment to identify it among other environments.
Type - select the type of environment which you want to set up (Dev, Test, Staging, Integration, U.A.T., or Production). Depending on your project stage you can select the corresponding option from the list.
When complete, click Next.
Enter the confirmation code you receive and click Create.
A newly created environment will appear on the list with environments.
You can create up to 20 production environments per organization.
Editing the environment
On the Environments page, locate the environment you want to edit and select it.
On the environment details page, click the Edit icon.
On the Update Environment page make the required modifications to the environment.
When complete, click Next.
Enter the confirmation code you receive and click Update.
If you no longer need some environment, you can delete it with on the InCountry Portal.
Before deleting an environment, please ensure that no services, email gateways, and payment vaults are associated with this environment. Delete all the associated entities before deleting an environment.
This operation cannot be undone, so be careful when performing it. You will no longer be able to restore access to the environment and data stored in it.
On the Environments page, locate the environment you want to delete and select it.
On the environment details page, click the Delete icon.
On the Delete Environment page, enter the confirmation code you receive and confirm the removal of the environment.