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Mebula is a framework which you can use in your testing code to mock your calls to cloud providers’ APIs. At the moment, Oracle’s OCI, Google Cloud and Microsoft Azure are supported.

Installation

  • For Microsoft Azure, install the mebula[azure] package.
  • For Google Cloud, install the mebula[google] package.
  • For Oracle’s OCI, install the mebula[oracle] package.

Usage

Azure

You can use the mock_azure context manager and then use the Azure functions as normal:

from azure.common.client_factory import get_client_from_json_dict
from azure.mgmt.compute import ComputeManagementClient

from mebula.azure import mock_azure


def test_azure():
    with mock_azure():
        config_dict = {
            "clientId": "ad735158-65ca-11e7-ba4d-ecb1d756380e",
            "clientSecret": "b70bb224-65ca-11e7-810c-ecb1d756380e",
            "subscriptionId": "bfc42d3a-65ca-11e7-95cf-ecb1d756380e",
            "tenantId": "c81da1d8-65ca-11e7-b1d1-ecb1d756380e",
            "activeDirectoryEndpointUrl": "https://login.microsoftonline.com",
            "resourceManagerEndpointUrl": "https://management.azure.com/",
            "activeDirectoryGraphResourceId": "https://graph.windows.net/",
            "sqlManagementEndpointUrl": "https://management.core.windows.net:8443/",
            "galleryEndpointUrl": "https://gallery.azure.com/",
            "managementEndpointUrl": "https://management.core.windows.net/",
        }
        client = get_client_from_json_dict(ComputeManagementClient, config_dict)

        assert list(client.virtual_machines.list("group")) == []

Google

You can use the mock_google context manager and then use the Google API functions as normal:

import googleapiclient.discovery

from mebula import mock_google


def test_google(client):
    with mock_google():
        client = googleapiclient.discovery.build("compute", "v1")

        assert client.instances().list(project="foo", zone="bar").execute() == {}

Oracle

You can use the mock_oracle context manager and then use the Oracle oci functions as normal:

import oci

from mebula.oracle import mock_oracle


def test_oracle():
    with mock_oracle():
        compute = oci.core.ComputeClient(config={})

        assert compute.list_instances("foo").data == []

Coverage

Coverage is very minimal at the moment. Only launching and listing instances is supported.

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