Fetching the production start date of a tenant

  1. Authenticate to the cloud platform via the Python shell.

    The following variables should be available now:

    >>> base_url  # the base URL of the API
    >>> auth  # the 'Authorization' header value with the access token
    {'Authorization': 'Bearer eyJ0eXAiOiJKV1QiLCJhbGciOiJSUzI1NiIsImtpZCI6ImMwMD...'}
    >>> tenant_id  # the UUID of the tenant to which the token provides access
  2. Assign either of the following values to the tenant_id variable – the UUID of a sub-tenant created via the API or a sub-tenant found by its name:

    >>> tenant_id = created_tenant_id
    >>> tenant_id
  3. Fetch the tenant pricing settings by sending a GET request to the /tenants/{tenant_id}/pricing endpoint:

    >>> response = requests.get(f'{base_url}/tenants/{tenant_id}/pricing', headers=auth)
  4. Check the status code of the response:

    >>> response.status_code

    Status code 200 means that the request was successful.

    A different status code means that an error has occurred. For the details, refer to “Status and error codes”.

    Also, the response body contains the object containing pricing information of the tenant formatted as a JSON text. When converted to an object, it will look as follows:

    >>> pprint.pprint(response.json())
    {'currency': None,
    'mode': 'production',
    'production_start_date': '2020-08-04T12:47:03',
    'version': 1596545222672}
  5. Fetch the production start date of the tenant:

    >>> production_start_date = response.json()['production_start_date']
    >>> production_start_date

    The following table describes the meaning of the production_start_date value with different tenant modes:

    Tenant mode

    Production start date value


    ISO 8601 timestamp when tenant will be switched to production.


    ISO 8601 timestamp when tenant was switched to production.


    ISO 8601 timestamp when tenant was switched to production.