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CDP - Public Cloud Trial - ETA?

New Contributor

Hi Team,

 

I have requested the Cloudera Data Platform Public Cloud Trial a week ago. Do you know how much time usually takes to receive the access?

 

Thanks!

Vic.

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@civervic Have you register using this link? https://www.cloudera.com/campaign/try-cdp-public-cloud.html

I believe you should get instant access, is that not the case? 


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New Contributor

Thanks for your answer, but now...this is what you get...

 

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This was completed more than a week ago...

Expert Contributor

Hello 

 

There are two ways to try out CDP Public Cloud

 

1. The Test Drive, https://www.cloudera.com/products/cloudera-data-platform/test-drive.html

This will run in Cloudera's cloud environment, your application will be evaluated and also depends on the number of other on-going test drives, as there is a cap of total resources.

One suggestion is to use your company email instead of your personal email address to register for the Test Drive.

The test drive is available for up to 2 days

 

2. The CDP Public Cloud Trial

You can contact Cloudera sales team to request for a CDP Public Cloud Trial, this will run in the customer provided cloud resources, and this trial is available for 2 months with option to extend.

New Contributor

Correct. I have requested number 2 more than a week ago and nobody has reached out to me...

Expert Contributor

Hello 

 

if you are already in contact with your account team please send a chaser

 

if you are new to Cloudera, please drop me an email with your company email, I will help you forward to the right team 

 

New Contributor

Hi @civervic ,

 

I am facing similar issue. Did you manage to get the link to trial?

 

Thanks,

Chaitrali

@Chaitrali I responded to your question in that earlier thread.

 

 

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