When we work on a real time project, we maintain multiple environment for the same project. This happens because we use different infrastructures for different stages of the project. There are different useful environments that we maintain before making the project go live, such as: development (dev), test, user acceptance testing (uat), production (prod). These environments are not fixed at all. Some projects may have some more environments or even sometimes less also. It totally depends on the decisions made by stakeholders involved in the specific project and its requirements. Spring Framework offers us to maintain a separate profile for each environment in order to switch over the environments with a minimal effort. Hence, our topic of discussion is 'Profiles In
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