Monitoring an environment

Once an environment exists, you can access it from the Management Console.

Steps - CDP web interface

To access an existing environment, navigate to Management Console > Environments and click on your environment. From environments details, you can access the Data Lake cluster, and the Data Hub clusters running within the environment, as well as the Summary page listing environment-related information:

Steps - CDP CLI

You can also list available environments from CDP CLI using the cdp environments list-environments command. For example:
cdp environments list-environments
{
    "environments": [
        {
            "environmentName": "cdp-demo",
            "crn": "crn:altus:environments:us-west-1:c8dbde4b-ccce-4f8d-a581-830970ba4908:environment:d3361b40-39ab-4d87-bd5b-abc15f16b90c",
            "status": "DELETE_FAILED",
            "region": "us-east-2",
            "cloudPlatform": "AWS",
            "credentialName": "cdp-demo",
            "description": "Cdp demo"
        },
        {
            "environmentName": "cdp-new",
            "crn": "crn:altus:environments:us-west-1:c8dbde4b-ccce-4f8d-a581-830970ba4908:environment:1d2bacde-5c96-47c1-a597-9f276b824028",
            "status": "AVAILABLE",
            "region": "us-east-2",
            "cloudPlatform": "AWS",
            "credentialName": "cdp-demo",
            "description": ""
        }
}
To get more information about a specific environment, you can use the following commands:
cdp environments describe-environment --environment-name <value>
cdp environments get-id-broker-mappings --environment-name <value>