To get the list of clouds that the client is aware of use the
juju clouds --local --all
This will return a list very similar to:
Cloud Regions Default Type Description aws 15 us-east-1 ec2 Amazon Web Services aws-china 2 cn-north-1 ec2 Amazon China aws-gov 1 us-gov-west-1 ec2 Amazon (USA Government) azure 27 centralus azure Microsoft Azure azure-china 2 chinaeast azure Microsoft Azure China cloudsigma 12 dub cloudsigma CloudSigma Cloud google 18 us-east1 gce Google Cloud Platform oracle 4 us-phoenix-1 oci Oracle Cloud Infrastructure rackspace 6 dfw rackspace Rackspace Cloud localhost 1 localhost lxd LXD Container Hypervisor
In versions prior to
clouds command only operates locally (there is no
Each line represents a cloud that Juju can interact with. It gives the cloud name, the number of cloud regions Juju is aware of, the default region (for the current Juju client), the type/API used to control it, and a brief description.
The cloud name (e.g. ‘aws’, ‘localhost’) is what you will use in any subsequent commands to refer to a cloud.