Library to manage configuration using Zookeeper, Etcd, Consul
When you have to manage configuration of a given services that are distributed across nodes, you may want to consider using either one of the distributed configuration managers e.g. zookeeper, etcd, consul …, this library goal is to give developers an easy access to configuration stored in the previous backends.
To use ZooKeeper as backend you should install distconfig using
$ pip install distconfig[zookeeper]
$ pip install distconfig[etcd]
$ pip install distconfig[consul]
Example using zookeeper as a backend
from kazoo import client from distconfig import Proxy client = client.KazooClient() # The user must call ``KazooClient.start()`` before using this particular # backend client.start() proxy = Proxy.configure( 'distconfig.backends.zookeeper.ZooKeeperBackend', client=client, ) # config is a read only mapping-like object. config = proxy.get_config('/distconfig/service_name/config') print config['key'] # Getting nested values works by supplying key seperated by '/' char. print config['key/inner'] # You can assert key value type by using typed get function e.g. # get_int, get_float, get_unicode, get_bytes ... . print config.get_int('key/inner/int_key') # Getting a inner config. print config.get_config('key/inner/dict_key')
Start by installing dependencies
$ pip install -r requirements/dev.txt requirements/base.txt
To run unit test use tox
To run integration test, we recommend you to install docker and then run
The above script will setup docker container for each of the backend and run the integration tests on them.
- Add file as a backend (use https://pypi.python.org/pypi/watchdog)
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