Python library for consuming the Pureport Fabric API
Pureport Python SDK
The Pureport Python Client provides a Python programmatic interface to the Pureport REST API. The Pureport Python Client is predominately a session and transport library designed to making interfacing with the API simple. For more information about Pureport or to sign up for an account please visit the website.
You can install the Pureport Python Client using
$ pip install pureport-python
This project can be run directly from source as well using
get started with running this from source, be sure you have
installed on your local system. For information about
pipenv please see
their website here
$ git clone https://github.com/pureport/pureport-python $ cd pureport-python $ pipenv shell $ pipenv install -d $ python setup.py develop
Supported Python Versions
The Pureport Python Client supports Python 3.5+
In order to use this SDK, you must first have a valid Pureport acccount and have created and downloaded API keys. Once you have obtained your Pureport API keys, simply create environment variables for the API key and API secret.
To get started, either sign up or login to your existing Pureport account at https://console.pureport.com and generate your API keys.
Once the keys are generated, set the required environment variables.
export PUREPORT_API_KEY="<your api key here>" export PUREPORT_API_SECRET="<your api secret here>"
This implementation provides a class for interfacing with the Pureport API. The session class handles authenticating to the API and provides convenience methods for sending requests to the server.
from pureport.session import Session from pureport.credentials import default session = Session(*default()) response = session.get("/accounts") print(response.json)
The library also provides a set of functional bindings to the Pureport
API using the OpenAPI spec file. Bindings are not enabled by default
when you create a new instance of
Sesssion. To add bindings to a
Session object, call
from pureport.session import Session from pureport.credentials import default session = Session(*default()) session.make_bindings() session.find_all_accounts()
Alternatively you can also enable bindings to be created at session initialization.
from pureport.session import Session from pureport.credentials import default session = Session(*default(), automake_bindings=True) session.find_all_accounts()
For details and documentation of the Pureport Fabric API, please check the API section of the Pureport Console
This project provides an easy to use implementation for consuming the Pureport Fabric API for building and managing multicloud networks. We gladly accept contributions to this project from open source community contributors.
There are many ways to contribute to this project from opening issues, providing documentation updates and, of course, providing code. If you are considering contributing to this project, please review the guidlines for contributing to this project found here.
Also please be sure to review our open source community Code of Conduct found here.
This project is licenses under the MIT open source license.
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