Software Development Kit for QingCloud.
This repository allows you to access QingCloud and control your resources from your applications.
This SDK is licensed under Apache Licence, Version 2.0.
Requires Python 2.6 or higher, compatible with Python 3, for more information please see QingCloud SDK Documentation
Install via pip
$ pip install qingcloud-sdk
Upgrade to the latest version
$ pip install --upgrade qingcloud-sdk
Install from source
git clone https://github.com/yunify/qingcloud-sdk-python.git cd qingcloud-sdk-python python setup.py install
In order to operate QingCloud IaaS or QingStor (QingCloud Object Storage), you need apply access key on qingcloud console first.
QingCloud IaaS API
Pass access key id and secret key into method connect_to_zone to create connection
>>> import qingcloud.iaas >>> conn = qingcloud.iaas.connect_to_zone( 'zone id', 'access key id', 'secret access key' )
Call API by using IAM role
If you would like to call our APIs without access key and secret key (bad things would happen if they were lost or leaked) or if you want a finer access control over your instances, there is a easy way to do it :P
Go to our IAM service, create an instance role and attach it to your instance.
Create connection without access key and secret key.
>>> import qingcloud.iaas >>> conn = qingcloud.iaas.connect_to_zone( 'zone id', None, None )
The variable conn is the instance of qingcloud.iaas.connection.APIConnection, we can use it to call resource related methods. Example:
# launch instances >>> ret = conn.run_instances( image_id='img-xxxxxxxx', cpu=1, memory=1024, vxnets=['vxnet-0'], login_mode='passwd', login_passwd='Passw0rd@()' ) # stop instances >>> ret = conn.stop_instances( instances=['i-xxxxxxxx'], force=True ) # describe instances >>> ret = conn.describe_instances( status=['running', 'stopped'] )
QingCloud QingStor API
Pass access key id and secret key into method connect to create connection
>>> import qingcloud.qingstor >>> conn = qingcloud.qingstor.connect( 'pek3a.qingstor.com', 'access key id', 'secret access key' )
The variable conn is the instance of qingcloud.qingstor.connection.QSConnection, we can use it to create Bucket which is used for generating Key and MultiPartUpload.
# Create a bucket >>> bucket = conn.create_bucket('mybucket') # Create a key >>> key = bucket.new_key('myobject') >>> with open('/tmp/myfile') as f: >>> key.send_file(f) # Delete the key >>> bucket.delete_key('myobject')
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