I have signed up for the CDP 60-days trial verison because I will work with Cloudera on the job soon and therefore I would like to get familiar with it in advance and do some of these tutorials: https://www.cloudera.com/tutorials.html#?fq=
When I go to Cloudera Data Platform I dont see any environments and I cant create/register news ones, because I am not the admin. During the registration process, there was no way to choose any specific user rights. It seems I have confused a few things, as I thought the Public Cloud trial would be some kind of sandbox where I could try out all kind of stuff like connecting to my AWS databases etc., but I don't see how this works if I lack the admin rights. Can anyone tell me if I can create an admin account by myself or if there is any other way to get free temporary access to some sandbox-like environment?
Your assumption that the 60-day trial of Public Cloud is a great way to get familiar with CDP is correct. You should be able to open a case with via the Cloudera Support portal and request the required administrative privileges granted to you. If for some reason you don't have the ability to open a support case, you'll have to reach out to the appropriate contact person in your organization who can open a support case and have them do it for you.
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