Accessing an environment

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

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, the Data Hub clusters running within the environment, and the Summary page listing environment-related information:

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>