In Drupal 8, settings and configurations are stored in code using configuration management. We do this by importing and exporting the whole set of the sites configuration. But a lot of times you want different configurations in other environments. There are many ways this can be managed. In this session, we will discuss configuration management and how it can be overridden by using modules such as config_split, config_ignore. We will also discuss how the settings.php file can override configuration and when this should be used. This session will also cover the importance of overrides if different environments.