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Sesam microservice utils

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SesamUtils

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Python module to simplify common tasks when developing microservices for the Sesam integration platform.

Usage examples

Environment Variables

You can use the VariablesConfig class to load environment variables into your service. It requires a list of required variables. It also support an optional list of variables as a second argument.

from sesamutils import VariablesConfig
import sys

required_env_vars = ["username", "password", "hostname"]
optional_env_vars = ["debug", ("auth_type", "user")] # Default values can be given to optional environment variables by the use of tuples

config = VariablesConfig(required_env_vars, optional_env_vars=optional_env_vars)

if not config.validate():
    sys.exit(1)


print(config.username)

Dotdictify

A class to help traversing and modifying large nested dictionaries. Lets you navigate by dot notation.

from sesamutils import Dotdictify

example_dict = {
    "test": {
        "my_thing": "hello"
    }
}

dot_dict = Dotdictify(example_dict)

print(dot_dict.test.my_thing)

# hello

Profiler

You can use this (A profiling decorator) to see complete details of execution time taken by a function in your program. Based on that, you can optimize your python code if required.

from sesamutils import profiler

@profiler
def <Name of your method>():
    <your method definition>

# Apply to any function with @profiler
# Profiles the function using cProfile, and prints out a report to screen.
# belwo are few lines for illustration  purpose.
ncalls tottime  percall  cumtime  percall filename:lineno(function)
1    0.000    0.000    0.312    0.312 C:/Work/PycharmProjects/node-notification-handler/service/notification-handler.py:143(get_node_members_and_roles)
2    0.000    0.000    0.311    0.156 C:\Users\ravish.ranjan\AppData\Local\Programs\Python\Python36\lib\site-packages\requests\sessions.py:537(get)
2    0.000    0.000    0.311    0.156 C:\Users\ravish.ranjan\AppData\Local\Programs\Python\Python36\lib\site-packages\requests\sessions.py:466(request)
2    0.000    0.000    0.309    0.154 C:\Users\ravish.ranjan\AppData\Local\Programs\Python\Python36\lib\site-packages\requests\sessions.py:617(send)
2    0.000    0.000    0.308    0.154 C:\Users\ravish.ranjan\AppData\Local\Programs\Python\Python36\lib\site-packages\requests\adapters.py:394(send)
2    0.000    0.000    0.306    0.153 C:\Users\ravish.ranjan\AppData\Local\Programs\Python\Python36\lib\site-packages\urllib3\connectionpool.py:446(urlopen)
2    0.000    0.000    0.306    0.153 C:\Users\ravish.ranjan\AppData\Local\Programs\Python\Python36\lib\site-packages\urllib3\connectionpool.py:319(_make_request)
1    0.000    0.000    0.258    0.258 C:\Work\PycharmProjects\node-notification-handler\service\portal.py:34(get_subscription_members)

Sesam Logger

You can use this to save time and lines of code. It provides the standard customization of root level logging- configuration and gives you SESAM uniform standard settings.

from sesamutils import sesam_logger

logger = sesam_logger('<name of your module or logger>')

Default log level is 'INFO'. To set a different level, you need to provide the environment variable 'LOG_LEVEL'. Since the microservice log view in the Sesam portal gets it's own timestamps directly from docker, this logger does not print timestamps by default. However if you want to log timestamps regardless, you can enable timestamps like this:

logger = sesam_logger('<name of your module or logger>', timestamp=True)

If your app is using Flask and cherrypy, you can enable request logging by sending the app instance to sesam_logger like this:

logger = sesam_logger('<name of your module or logger>', app=<Flask app instance>)

Serve Flask app

When writing microservices using Flask, we don't want to use the built-in development web server as this among other things doesn't set content-length or support chunked encoding (streams). To mitigate this we use cherrypy to serve our Flask microservices. To simplify this task, you can use our serve function:

...
from sesamutils.flask import serve

app = Flask(__name__)

...

if __name__ == "__main__":
    serve(app)

To define another port than the default (5000), you can do:

    serve(app, port=<port>)

Installation

pip install sesamutils

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