Command 'clouds'

See also: add-cloud, credentials, controllers, regions, default-credential, default-region, show-cloud, update-cloud, update-public-clouds

Summary

Lists all clouds available to Juju.

Options

Flag Default Usage
--B, --no-browser-login false Do not use web browser for authentication
--all false Show all available clouds
--c, --controller Controller to operate in
--client false Client operation
--format tabular Specify output format (json|tabular|yaml)
--o, --output Specify an output file

Examples

juju clouds
juju clouds --format yaml
juju clouds --controller mycontroller 
juju clouds --controller mycontroller --client
juju clouds --client

Details

Display the fundamental properties for each cloud known to Juju: name, number of regions, number of registered credentials, default region, type, etc…

Clouds known to this client are the clouds known to Juju out of the box along with any which have been added with add-cloud --client. These clouds can be used to create a controller and can be displayed using --client option.

Clouds may be listed that are co-hosted with the Juju client. When the LXD hypervisor is detected, the ‘localhost’ cloud is made available. When a microk8s installation is detected, the ‘microk8s’ cloud is displayed.

Use --controller option to list clouds from a controller. Use --client option to list clouds from this client. This command’s default output format is ‘tabular’. Use ‘json’ and ‘yaml’ for machine-readable output.

Cloud metadata sometimes changes, e.g. providers add regions. Use the update-public-clouds command to update public clouds or update-cloud to update other clouds.

Use the regions command to list a cloud’s regions.

Use the show-cloud command to get more detail, such as regions and endpoints.

Further reading:

Documentation:   https://juju.is/docs/olm/manage-clouds
microk8s:        https://microk8s.io/docs
LXD hypervisor:  https://documentation.ubuntu.com/lxd

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