Supported Since: 17.01
The notion of an environment is introduced in IPS for compatibility with the concept of runtime environment in UltraESB-X.
Each cluster has an associated environment (
which will be propagated to all ESB instances spawned under that cluster’s control.
For example, a
PRODUCTION cluster will always spawn ESBs whose runtime environment is
Each project version is facilitated to include different sets of properties for each of the above environments.
When a project version
V is deployed on cluster
C configured with environment
E, the property set defined on
E is applied on the deployment.
For example, if a project has separate test and production configuration, one can deploy the same project in 2 clusters,
one with environment set to
TEST and the other to
PRODUCTION, in order to have both a test and a production
environment on the same IPS installation.