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pyasgard 1.5

Python library for working with the Asgard api.

Attention!

DEPRECATED This is no longer being maintained and no future changes, updates or enhancements will be added.

Asgard Python Library

This is a wrapper for the asgard api.

The api mapping is in pyasgard/endpoints.py

Example usage:

from pyasgard import Asgard

# With authentication
# from base64 import b64encode
# asgard = Asgard('http://asgard.example.com',
#                 username='user',
#                 password=b64encode('secret'))
asgard = Asgard('http://asgard.example.com')

asgard.ami.list()
asgard.ami.show(ami_id='ami-i1234x')

asgard.cluster.list()
asgard.cluster.resize(name='appname', minAndMaxSize=4)

Warning

The Asgard.asg.create() command requires some hacking to support a dynamic keyword argument. This is documented in the command docstring as well.

client = Asgard('http://test.com')

vpc_id = 'vpc-something'
lb_list = ['lb-something']
lb_param = 'selectedLoadBalancersForVpcId{0}'.format(vpc_id)

api = client.mapping_table['asg']['create']['default_params']
api[lb_param] = lb_list

client.asg.create(**{lotsofparams})

Testing

To run the unit tests, create a config.py file and run tox:

# Unit test contants
ENC_PASSWD = 'dGVzdHBhc3N3ZA=='
URL = 'http://asgard.demo.com'
USERNAME = 'happydog'
 
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