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You may get started by exploring, validating or simply becoming familiar with your cloud environments.
However, note that for a real use of the cloud environments aimed at a production set up for your end users, you will need to follow the regular processes life cycle, which considers:
•Building processes and applications in the development environment first, to then promote them into a testing environment.
•Only when having carried out successful user-acceptance tests in the testing environment, you may choose to promote the processes and applications to a staging environment if applicable to your subscription.
•Similarly to the above, and only when tests in the staging environment are successful, you may proceed to promote the processes and applications to a production environment.
In case you do want to explore, validate and become familiar with your cloud environments right away, consider these options as detailed over the next sections:
Managing cloud environments (for admins).
As an admin with access rights to your subscription, you will be able to validate, run or configure certain settings of the production environment, testing environment if applicable to your subscription, or staging environment if applicable to your subscription.
Managing cloud environments is entirely done from a browser having internet connectivity.
Creating additional admin accounts and granting their access (for admins).
As an admin with access rights to your subscription, you will be able to register additional accounts of your organization, so that these in turn may submit tickets for technical support.
You may also grant access rights to these accounts so that they are also admins of the subscription (i.e, enable them to carry out the same admin options as described at the Managing cloud environments sections).
Creating additional admin accounts is entirely done from a browser having internet connectivity.