How to create new project
By default, all users are a member of a default project so that you don't need to create a new project to create a stack.
You must have permission to create a new project.
To create a new project:
Click the Projects menu.
Click the "Create Project" button.
Enter the name of the project. The project name must be unique within your snapblocs account.
A project can be created to organize stacks by an environment (i.e., prod) so that only authorized team members can manage stacks in the restricted environment.
Also, a project can be created to organize stacks by a use case that requires a uniform stack configuration (i.e., a stack node size, CPU, memory, etc.) as they are created from the same Data Platform.
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