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Configuring environments

To use Enterspeed you need to have at least one environment. When creating a new tenant in Enterspeed, two environments are automatically created: Development and Production.

Environments play a huge role inside Enterspeed and are used in all parts of the ITD-process.

Ingesting data: When creating a data source, you connect this source to an environment. This is helpful so you don't mix your Production data with your Development data.

Transforming data: When deploying a schema you choose which environment to wish to deploy to. Once deployed, views will be generated based on the data defined in the schema. These views will be available for the environment client with the matching environment connected.

Delivering data: When delivering data, an environment client is used to make the connection between Enterspeed and your front-end. An environment client is, as the name suggests, tied up on a specific environment. This makes it easy to test changes before deploying to the Production environment.

Creating an environment

Enterspeed will as mentioned automatically create two environments for you. You can view them under Environment settings in the Settings section.

Here you can create new environments, edit the name of your environments or delete them. Beware of deleting environments, since this is an irreversible action that will remove all data attached to the environment.


Deleting an environment will cause all data for the environment to be deleted.