Devo Software Development Kit for Python.
Devo Python SDK
This is the SDK to access Devo directly from Python. It can be used to:
- Send events and files to Devo.
- Make queries.
- Manage deferred tasks.
The Devo SDK for Python requires Python 3.5+
- Tested compatibility for python 3.5, 3.6, 3.7, 3.8 and 3.9
Installing the SDK
You can install the Devo SDK by using
#option 1 easy_install devo-sdk #option 2 pip install devo-sdk
You can use sources files, clonning the project too:
#option 3 python setup.py install #option 4 pip install . #option 5 - dev option pip install -e .
You has specific documentation in docs folder for each part of SDK:
See PyLibs contributing guide.
Pull and merge requests are welcome ☺
To send data with Devo SDK, first choose the required endpoint depending on the region your are accessing from:
You have more information in the official documentation of Devo, Sending data to Devo.
To perform a request with API, first choose the required endpoint depending on the region your are accessing from:
You have more information in the official documentation of Devo, REST API .
You need use a three files (Cert, key and chain) to secure send data to Devo. Administrator users can find them in Administration → Credentials, in the X.509 tab.
You can use a domain API key and API secret to sign the request. These are are a pair of credentials that every Devo account owns. Administrator users can find them in Administration → Credentials, in the Access Keys tab.
You can run tests from the main folder of SDK To launch this script, you need either the environment variables loaded in the system, or the environment.env file in the root of the SDK with the correct values, since to test all the SDK functionalities it is necessary to connect to Devo for the tests of sending and extracting data. You has a example file called environment.env.example
Its normal, by the way, TCP tests fails in clients or not Devo developers systems.
~/projects/devo-python-sdk > python setup.py test
~/projects/devo-python-sdk > python run_tests.py
You can add option "Coverage" for create HTML report about tests.
~/projects/devo-python-sdk > python run_tests.py --coverage
Run using Unittest command
You can see references in unittest documentation
For commands like:
python -m unittest discover -p "*.py"
If you launch this command from the root directory of the SDK, you need to have the environment variables in your system for all the tests that require connection to Devo can work, not being able to use the environment.env file as in the script.
You can contact with us at email@example.com.
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