What does Production Environment mean?

A Production Environment is the place where the latest versions of software, products, or updates are delivered live to the intended users. All tests must be completed and all bugs rectified before this point.

What's the difference between Development, Staging (Testing), and Production (Live) Environments?

A development platform is designed for the free trial and application of new product features and updates in an untroubled environment.

A staging or integration environment, known in English as Staging Environment, is the place where the software is extensively tested and errors can be discovered and analyzed.

The main difference from the development environment is that in the production environment, the end user sees and can use the product. Once something is in the production environment, all bugs must have already been fixed, and the product or update must function perfectly. If there are errors in the production environment, they will be seen by the user. And no one wants an upset or frustrated user.

What's the advantage of a multi-environment strategy?

As developers work in a separate development environment, they can experiment with new features, updates, and improvements without impacting the end product. This allows them to pre-integrate faster and more independently, and thus achieve their goals.

In the test or integration environment, your team can test the integrated version of their features to ensure proper function and a good user experience before the product or update is delivered.

The production environment is neatly separated from tests and code that are still in the early stages of development maturity, ensuring a more problem-free operation.

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