In the General settings section, you can edit the space's name, view references to its underlying repository, and review the infrastructure that supports the space, including the Data Warehouse, Storage, and Git repository. Additionally, you have the option to delete the space if needed.
The space name identifies your organization. You can can assign it any value with up to 30 alpha numeric characters.
The unique id of that space. It is part of your org's URL, e.g.
y42.dev/org/y42-demo/my_space . You cannot change the space's repository name once a space has been created.
In the Infrastructue section you can review the spaces's underlying infrastructure.
This refers the database engine that stores the tables and views that make up the Data Warehouse managed by Y42.
Clicking this link will forward you to the management console of Google BigQuery or Snowflake, respectively - depending on the DWH engine you chose when setting up your Y42 space.
This link leads to the object storage that is utilized during all import operations.
Clicking this link will forward you to the management console of Google Cloud Storage, AWS S3 or Azure, respectively - depending on the DWH engine you chose when setting up your Y42 space.
This link will open the GitLab instance that comes with every Y42 space.
Clicking on Delete <Your Space Name> will delete your space.