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ChrisElston wrote:
how many environments do you have / think is necessary?


As many as needed to solve the business needs of the company.

ChrisElston wrote:
I think 3 is a minimum, I cannot decide if the 4th is necessary or not.


For me "dev" would mean what is on my box and nowhere else. This of course would be necessary.
"prod" is where the business makes money. So it is necessary.

Anything else is optional.

A "test" one is only reasonable if it is in fact used. And used consistently. This can often require dedicated QA.

You didn't mention "build" which is something I prefer. It is doable in "dev" but I prefer that everything is blown away first and that is problematic on "dev".

As for "train" that presumably would be a mirror of "prod" with less control and need for stability. Some businesses would require it. It can be available in house and/or externally. It would require a business driver rather than a development process driver.

You can also have "integration test", "system test" and "user acceptance test".
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