Groups

Groups enable you to organize and manage similar items. Groups are collections of objects with a common purpose or characteristics. You can group products, unmanaged products and applications. The main use cases for grouping items are for configuration management and flow management.

Note See Application groups for more information.

Grouping products

Grouping products enables you to deploy configurations and perform operations all together. For example, perform operations such as starting or stopping from the command line interface by specifying the group of products.

Conventions

  • Groups must contain only like items, such as applications or products. A group cannot contain both applications and products.
  • A group cannot be a sub-group of another group.
  • An object can be added to a group and later removed.
  • An object can belong to one or more groups.

 

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