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A CLI to interact with the Lumavate platform

Project description

Lumavate CLI

  • To contribute, report bugs, or suggest features, read the contributing guide here.

Config Summary:

  • Install CLI
  • Provision CLI credentials
  • Configure CLI
  • Example Commands

Installing the CLI from pip:


  • On Windows, run BASH as admin and omit 'sudo'
$ sudo pip3 install luma

Installing the CLI from source:


  • Clone this repo.
  • CD into the CLI dir and run:
$ sudo pip3 install .

Installing the CLI as a non-admin:


  • Install luma using the --user flag and then add to path
$ pip3 install luma --user

CLI support:


  • The CLI is written for and tested in a BASH shell
  • To get the most of of the CLI, use it with ZSH. This enables extra features such as showing help text during autocompletion
  • To activate autocompletion after install, restart your terminal or source your shell config (Either .zshrc or .bash_profile)

Provision CLI Credentials:


  • In the Lumavate App, navigate to the Lumavate CLI page inside a command center
  • Provisioning CLI credentials will generate credentials for the user you are currently signed in as
  • When running the add profile command, you will have the option to associate the new profile to any
    organization your user has access to, regardless of the command center you are currently in

CLI Config:


  • Configuring the CLI requires two steps, configuring environments and configuring profiles.
    • Environments know how to get and refresh tokens so you stay authorized with the platform as a user.
    • Profiles give the user a company context which is required by most of the platform API.

CLI Env:

  • To configure the CLI Env, run the generated command from the Lumavate CLI page in the app in your terminal
  • To configure each Env value one by one, run:
$ luma env config

Env Name: prod
App: appUrl
Token: token
Audience: audience
Client id: clientId
Client secret: clientSecret

CLI Profile:

  • To add a profile to the CLI, run:
$ luma profile add

Profile Name: globex
Env: prod
Org ID you want to associate with this profile: 11

Running Commands


  • To list top level commands, run:
$ luma
  • To get help with any command or subcommand, run it without passing in any options or, pass in the --help flag
  • As an example let's create a microservice, create a version, upload a docker image, and start the service
$ luma microservice add
Profile: globex
Name: Auth Service
Url ref: auth
| id | name         | urlRef | createdAt         | createdBY          |
|----|--------------|--------|-------------------|--------------------|
| 45 | Auth Service | auth   | 10/16/18 20:29:49 | john+doe@gmail.com |

$ luma microservice access --profile globex
Microservice: auth
| failed | sharedWith | unsharedWith | resultingGrantees |
|--------|------------|--------------|-------------------|
| []     | []         | []           | []                |

$ luma microservice access -p globex --container auth --add "Acme Corp" --add Initech
| failed | sharedWith   | unsharedWith | resultingGrantees        |
|--------|--------------|--------------|--------------------------|
| []     | [{id}, {id}] | []           |  [Acme Corp, 'Initech']  |

$ luma microservice-version add -p globex --version-number 0.1.0 --container-file-path ~/Desktop/auth-service.tar.gz --label prod --port 8080 -c auth
| id  | actualState | versionNumber | label | createdAt         | createdBy          |
|-----|-------------|---------------|-------|-------------------|--------------------|
| 107 | created     | 0.1.0         | prod  | 10/16/18 20:46:44 | john+doe@gmail.com |

$ luma microservice-version start -p globex
Microservice: auth
Version: 0.1.0
Starting Microservice  [####################################]  100%

Additional Information


  • To contribute, report bugs, or suggest features, read the contributing guide here.

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