What is the recommended method of managing staging and production deployments?
If you want to create a staging environment and a production environment (for your app) in Integry, you can do that using a single Integry account. You don't have to create multiple accounts to manage different environments.
You can create different workspaces in your account and dedicate each workspace to a separate deployment. A workspace is an independent entity to create App Connectors, Flows, and SDK or Marketplace deployments.
In the above image, you can see two workspaces of the same app, i.e., Doneday.
In your staging workspace, you can clone the same App Connectors and Flows that you've created in your production workspace. That way, you can test out your integration Flows in the staging environment before making them live for your end-users.
Creating your app's workspaces
To create your app's workspace, go to its App Connector. Click on Settings (shown above).
Toggle on the Create Workspace option and a workspace will be created for your app.