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Environment Demand

An Environment Demand encompasses all requests related to environments generated by an organization over time. These requests can include various actions necessary for managing and utilizing environments effectively. Examples of such demands include:

  • Creating a new environment with specific configurations.

  • Booking an environment for testing purposes.

  • Deploying a new version of an application at a specified date.

  • Refreshing a database.

The primary objective of Environment Demand management is to plan changes and handle requests efficiently. This involves managing both scheduled and unexpected demands to ensure the organization's environment needs are met.

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