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VGS Client

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VGS Client

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A command line tool that configures routes in VGS vaults

Requirements

  • Python 3

Installation

To install the latest version enter:

pip install vgs-cli

Help

To call help instruction run vgs --help or vgs -h

Authentication

All commands provided by vgs-cli require MFA verification.

To authenticate run vgs authenticate command. After that enter dashboard credentials and authenticate in your browser. Then return back to the terminal and continue usage of VGS CLI.

If you come across an error You need to run vgs authenticate because your session has been expired, please re-authenticate. You may be asked to allow storing data in your OS password management system (Mac OS X Keychain, Linux Secret Service, Windows Credential Vault).

In order to remove authenticated session type:

vgs logout

Commands

Parameters

Name Description Mandatory Default value
tenant Tenant identifier of a vault Yes
environment VGS environment. Possible values are sandbox and live. Default is sandbox. No sandbox

dump-all

This command dumps routes in a readable YAML format to stdout. We recommend redirecting output to a file for convenience.

vgs --tenant=tnteipi8liw --environment=sandbox route --dump-all

Recommended way of using the command

vgs --tenant=tnteipi8liw --environment=sandbox route --dump-all > tnteipi8liw.yml

Sample output looks like

data:
- attributes:
    created_at: '2018-07-17T16:50:37'
    destination_override_endpoint: https://httpbin.verygoodsecurity.io
    entries:
    - classifiers: {}
      config:
        condition: AND
        expression: null
        rules:
        - condition: null
          expression:
            field: PathInfo
            operator: equals
            type: string
            values: [/post]
          rules: null
        - condition: null
          expression:
            field: ContentType
            operator: equals
            type: string
            values: [application/json]
          rules: []
      id: a46b73e5-df5a-4780-bc01-9e19b1aa04bc
      id_selector: null
      operation: REDACT
      operations: null
      phase: REQUEST
      public_token_generator: UUID
      targets: [body]
      token_manager: PERSISTENT
      transformer: JSON_PATH
      transformer_config: [$.secret]
    host_endpoint: (.*)\.verygoodproxy\.com
    id: 6153b3fc-f869-4fdd-824f-5ed6b1e393c5
    port: 443
    protocol: http
    source_endpoint: '*'
    updated_at: '2018-07-17T16:50:50'
  id: 6153b3fc-f869-4fdd-824f-5ed6b1e393c5
  type: rule_chain
- attributes:
    created_at: '2018-07-17T16:53:01'
    destination_override_endpoint: '*'
    entries: []
    host_endpoint: (.*)
    id: d6c86a9f-c85c-4ced-9998-16b050541f84
    port: 443
    protocol: http
    source_endpoint: '*'
    updated_at: '2018-07-17T16:53:01'
  id: d6c86a9f-c85c-4ced-9998-16b050541f84
  type: rule_chain
version: 1

sync-all

This command synchronizes updates to routes back upstream. It takes a YAML document with routes via stdin.

Important

For this command to work the following conditions should hold

  • YAML document should be a result of a previous output from dump-all.
  • You can only make changes to the entities in the original YAML document, and you must keep ids as is.
vgs --tenant=tnteipi8liw --environment=sandbox route --sync-all < tnteipi8liw.yml

This command can also be used to migrate routes from sandbox to live. The command will create routes on live environment if they don't exist.

vgs --tenant=tnt3lmevlos --environment=live route --sync-all < tnteipi8liw.yml

version

Prints current CLI version.

vgs version

Typical scenarios

Migrate routes from a sandbox environment to live

  • Sandbox tenant: tnt_sandbox
  • Live tenant: tnt_live
  1. Dump routes from a sandbox vault locally

    vgs --tenant=tnt_sandbox --environment=sandbox route --dump-all > tnt_sandbox.yml
    
  2. Re-create routes in a live vault

    vgs --tenant=tnt_live --environment=live route --sync-all < tnt_sandbox.yml
    
  3. Dump new routes from a live environment locally. We recommend to keep them in a separate file

    vgs --tenant=tnt_live --environment=live route --dump-all > tnt_live.yml
    
  4. Update migrated routes in tnt_live.yml, if needed. Typically you may need to make changes to some upstream configurations that you were using when testing.

  5. Sync changes back to tnt_live

    vgs --tenant=tnt_live --environment=live route --sync-all < tnt_live.yml
    
  6. Modify upstream hosts for migrated routes to match your live API's. A typical example is switching development environment to production one on live routes after migration.

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