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# OpenSink: All the OpenStack APIs in one place

Do you sometimes need to write scripts that interact with the OpenStack API? Do you always find yourself spending more time trying to remember how to get a valid Nova client than actually writing your scripts?

This is for you.

## Usage

Assuming that you have the standard suite of OS_* environment variable available, then using opensink is as simple as:

>>> import opensink.openstack
>>> clients = opensink.openstack.OpenStack()

Need a list of users?

>>> c.keystone.users.find(name='lars')
<User {u'username': u'lars', u'name': u'lars', u'enabled': True,
u'tenantId': u'f4e7e158cb154de5ab503bd7096b8981', u'id':
u'065e9427a1f14f9398082e5bed3d3fb7', u'email': u''}>

Or a list of servers?

>>> clients.nova.servers.list()
[<Server: larstest-server-23dwogjbq3ux>, <Server: cirros>]

Want to create a Cinder volume?

>>> clients.cinder.volumes.create(1)
<Volume: e61ffb18-7d97-4dde-ba70-b256df7b709f>

How about a list of resources in your heat stack?

>>> [ r.to_dict()['resource_name']
... for r in clients.heat.resources.list(id)]
[u'server_floating', u'secgroup_all_open', u'server_eth0', u'server']

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