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Learn Octopus Deploy Part 4: Setting Up Environments.

Octopus Deploy groups deployment targets into environments. A very simple definition of an environment - is a set of deployment targets. Development, test and production are typical examples of the environments:

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To create an environment go to Infrastructure-> Environments in the Octopus Web Portal. If you haven't created any environment yet, there will be lonely out there:

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Now click ADD ENVIRONMENT and enter the name:

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When you have created some environments, there will be a list with environment names, number of deployment targets within and health status. In addition to that it is possible to edit and expand environments to see the deployment targets:

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Adding an environment is a prerequisite before adding a deployment target

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