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Python library for working with the Asgard api.

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DEPRECATED This is no longer being maintained and no future changes, updates or enhancements will be added.

Asgard Python Library

This is a wrapper for the asgard api.

The api mapping is in pyasgard/endpoints.py

Example usage:

from pyasgard import Asgard

# With authentication
# from base64 import b64encode
# asgard = Asgard('http://asgard.example.com',
#                 username='user',
#                 password=b64encode('secret'))
asgard = Asgard('http://asgard.example.com')

asgard.ami.list()
asgard.ami.show(ami_id='ami-i1234x')

asgard.cluster.list()
asgard.cluster.resize(name='appname', minAndMaxSize=4)

Warning

The Asgard.asg.create() command requires some hacking to support a dynamic keyword argument. This is documented in the command docstring as well.

client = Asgard('http://test.com')

vpc_id = 'vpc-something'
lb_list = ['lb-something']
lb_param = 'selectedLoadBalancersForVpcId{0}'.format(vpc_id)

api = client.mapping_table['asg']['create']['default_params']
api[lb_param] = lb_list

client.asg.create(**{lotsofparams})

Testing

To run the unit tests, create a config.py file and run tox:

# Unit test contants
ENC_PASSWD = 'dGVzdHBhc3N3ZA=='
URL = 'http://asgard.demo.com'
USERNAME = 'happydog'

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