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DropletKit is the official DigitalOcean API client for Ruby.

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DropletKit is the official DigitalOcean V2 API client. It supports everything the API can do with a simple interface written in Ruby.

Installation

Add this line to your application's Gemfile:

gem 'droplet_kit'

And then execute:

$ bundle

Or install it yourself as:

$ gem install droplet_kit

Usage

You'll need to generate an access token in DigitalOcean's control panel at https://cloud.digitalocean.com/settings/applications

Using your access token, retrieve a client instance.

require 'droplet_kit'
client = DropletKit::Client.new(access_token: 'YOUR_TOKEN')

Timeout

You may also set timeout and time to first byte options on the client.

require 'droplet_kit'
client = DropletKit::Client.new(
  access_token: 'YOUR_TOKEN',
  open_timeout: 60, # time to first byte in seconds
  timeout:      120, # response timeout in seconds
)

Custom User-Agent

If you would like to include a custom User-Agent header beyond what DropletKit uses, you can pass one in at the client initialization like so:

require 'droplet_kit'
client = DropletKit::Client.new(access_token: 'YOUR_TOKEN', user_agent: 'custom')

Design

DropletKit follows a strict design of resources as methods on your client. For examples, for droplets, you will call your client like this:

client = DropletKit::Client.new(access_token: 'YOUR_TOKEN')
client.droplets #=> DropletsResource

DropletKit will return Plain Old Ruby objects(tm) that contain the information provided by the API. For example:

client = DropletKit::Client.new(access_token: 'YOUR_TOKEN')
client.droplets.all
# => [ DropletKit::Droplet(id: 123, name: 'something.com', ...), DropletKit::Droplet(id: 1066, name: 'bunk.com', ...) ]

When you'd like to save objects, it's your responsibility to instantiate the objects and persist them using the resource objects. Let's use creating a Droplet as an example:

client = DropletKit::Client.new(access_token: 'YOUR_TOKEN')
droplet = DropletKit::Droplet.new(name: 'mysite.com', region: 'nyc2', image: 'ubuntu-14-04-x64', size: 's-1vcpu-1gb')
created = client.droplets.create(droplet)
# => DropletKit::Droplet(id: 1231, name: 'something.com', ...)

To retrieve objects, you can perform this type of action on the resource (if the API supports it):

client = DropletKit::Client.new(access_token: 'YOUR_TOKEN')
droplet = client.droplets.find(id: 123)
# => DropletKit::Droplet(id: 1231, name: 'something.com', ...)

All Resources and actions.

CDN resource

client = DropletKit::Client.new(access_token: 'TOKEN')
client.cdns #=> DropletKit::CertificateResource
cdn = DropletKit::CDN.new(
  origin: 'myspace.nyc3.digitaloceanspaces.com',
  ttl: 1800,
  custom_domain: 'www.myacme.xyz',
  certificate_id: 'a6689b98-2bb9-40be-8638-fb8426aabd26'
)

Actions supported:

  • client.cdns.find(id: 'id')
  • client.cdns.all()
  • client.cdns.create(cdn)
  • client.cdns.update_ttl(id: 'id', ttl: 3600)
  • client.cdns.update_custom_domain(id: 'id', custom_domain: 'www.myacme.xyz', certificate_id: 'a6689b98-2bb9-40be-8638-fb8426aabd26')
  • client.cdns.flush_cache(id: 'id', files: ['*', 'path/to/css/*'])
  • client.cdns.delete(id: 'id')

Certificate resource

client = DropletKit::Client.new(access_token: 'TOKEN')
client.certificates #=> DropletKit::CertificateResource

Actions supported:

  • client.certificates.find(id: 'id')
  • client.certificates.all()
  • client.certificates.create(certificate)
  • client.certificates.delete(id: 'id')

Database resource

client = DropletKit::Client.new(access_token: 'TOKEN')
client.databases #=> DropletKit::DatabaseResource
database_cluster = DropletKit::DatabaseCluster.new(
  name: 'backend',
  engine: 'pg',
  version: '10',
  region: 'nyc3',
  size: 'db-s-2vcpu-4gb',
  num_nodes: 2,
  tags: ['production']
)

Actions supported:

  • client.databases.find_cluster(id: 'id')
  • client.databases.all_clusters()
  • client.databases.create_cluster(database_cluster)
  • client.databases.resize_cluster(database_cluster, id: 'id')
  • client.databases.migrate_cluster(database_cluster, id: 'id')
  • client.databases.set_maintenance_window(database_maintenance_window, id: 'id')
  • client.databases.update_maintenance_window(database_maintenance_window, id: 'id')
  • client.databases.list_backups(id: 'id')
  • client.databases.restore_from_backup(database_backup)
  • client.databases.delete_cluster(id: 'id')
  • client.database.create_db(database, id: 'id')
  • client.databases.find_db(id: 'id', name: 'name')
  • client.databases.all_dbs(id: 'id')
  • client.databases.delete_db(id: 'id', name: 'name')
  • client.databases.list_firewall_rules(id: 'id')
  • client.databases.set_firewall_rules(database_firewall_rules, id: 'id')
  • client.databases.create_read_only_replica(database_read_only_replica, id: 'id')
  • client.databases.find_read_only_replica(id: 'id', name: 'name')
  • client.databases.list_read_only_replicas(id: 'id')
  • client.databases.delete_read_only_replica(id: 'id', name: 'name')
  • client.databases.create_database_user(database_user, id: 'id')
  • client.databases.find_database_user(id: 'id', name: 'name')
  • client.databases.list_database_users(id: 'id')
  • client.databases.reset_database_user_auth(reset_auth, id: 'id', name: 'name')
  • client.databases.delete_database_user(id: 'id', name: 'name')
  • client.databases.create_connection_pool(database_connection_pool, id: 'id')
  • client.databases.find_connection_pool(id: 'id', name: 'name')
  • client.databases.list_connection_pools(id: 'id')
  • client.databases.delete_connection_pool(id: 'id', name: 'name')
  • client.databases.set_eviction_policy(database_eviction_policy, id: 'id')
  • client.databases.get_eviction_policy(id: 'id')
  • client.databases.set_sql_mode(database_sql_mode, id: 'id')
  • client.databases.get_sql_mode(id: 'id')

Droplet resource

client = DropletKit::Client.new(access_token: 'TOKEN')
client.droplets #=> DropletKit::DropletResource

Actions supported:

  • client.droplets.all()
  • client.droplets.all(tag_name: 'tag_name')
  • client.droplets.find(id: 'id')
  • client.droplets.create(droplet)
  • client.droplets.create_multiple(droplet)
  • client.droplets.delete(id: 'id')
  • client.droplets.delete_for_tag(tag_name: 'tag_name')
  • client.droplets.kernels(id: 'id')
  • client.droplets.snapshots(id: 'id')
  • client.droplets.backups(id: 'id')
  • client.droplets.actions(id: 'id')

Droplet Action resource

client = DropletKit::Client.new(access_token: 'TOKEN')
client.droplet_actions #=> DropletKit::DropletAction

Actions supported:

  • client.droplet_actions.reboot(droplet_id: droplet.id)
  • client.droplet_actions.power_cycle(droplet_id: droplet.id)
  • client.droplet_actions.power_cycle_for_tag(tag_name: 'tag_name')
  • client.droplet_actions.shutdown(droplet_id: droplet.id)
  • client.droplet_actions.shutdown_for_tag(tag_name: 'tag_name')
  • client.droplet_actions.power_off(droplet_id: droplet.id)
  • client.droplet_actions.power_off_for_tag(tag_name: 'tag_name')
  • client.droplet_actions.power_on(droplet_id: droplet.id)
  • client.droplet_actions.power_on_for_tag(tag_name: 'tag_name')
  • client.droplet_actions.password_reset(droplet_id: droplet.id)
  • client.droplet_actions.enable_ipv6(droplet_id: droplet.id)
  • client.droplet_actions.enable_ipv6_for_tag(tag_name: 'tag_name')
  • client.droplet_actions.enable_backups(droplet_id: droplet.id)
  • client.droplet_actions.enable_backups_for_tag(tag_name: 'tag_name')
  • client.droplet_actions.disable_backups(droplet_id: droplet.id)
  • client.droplet_actions.disable_backups_for_tag(tag_name: 'tag_name')
  • client.droplet_actions.upgrade(droplet_id: droplet.id)
  • client.droplet_actions.enable_private_networking(droplet_id: droplet.id)
  • client.droplet_actions.enable_private_networking_for_tag(tag_name: 'tag_name')
  • client.droplet_actions.snapshot(droplet_id: droplet.id, name: 'Snapshot Name')
  • client.droplet_actions.snapshot_for_tag(tag_name: 'tag_name', name: 'Snapshot Name')
  • client.droplet_actions.change_kernel(droplet_id: droplet.id, kernel: 'kernel_id')
  • client.droplet_actions.rename(droplet_id: droplet.id, name: 'New-Droplet-Name')
  • client.droplet_actions.rebuild(droplet_id: droplet.id, image: 'image_id')
  • client.droplet_actions.restore(droplet_id: droplet.id, image: 'image_id')
  • client.droplet_actions.resize(droplet_id: droplet.id, size: 's-1vcpu-1gb')
  • client.droplet_actions.find(droplet_id: droplet.id, id: action.id)
  • client.droplet_actions.action_for_id(droplet_id: droplet.id, type: 'event_name', param: 'value')
  • client.droplet_actions.action_for_tag(tag_name: 'tag_name', type: 'event_name', param: 'value')

Domain resource

client = DropletKit::Client.new(access_token: 'TOKEN')
client.domains #=> DropletKit::DomainResource

Actions supported:

  • client.domains.all()
  • client.domains.create(domain)
  • client.domains.find(name: 'name')
  • client.domains.delete(name: 'name')

Domain record resource

client = DropletKit::Client.new(access_token: 'TOKEN')
client.domain_records #=> DropletKit::DomainRecordResource
domain_record = DropletKit::DomainRecord.new(
  type: 'CNAME',
  name: 'www',
  data: '@',
  ttl: 1800
)

Actions supported:

  • client.domain_records.all(for_domain: 'for_domain')
  • client.domain_records.create(domain_record, for_domain: 'for_domain')
  • client.domain_records.find(for_domain: 'for_domain', id: 'id')
  • client.domain_records.delete(for_domain: 'for_domain', id: 'id')
  • client.domain_records.update(domain_record, for_domain: 'for_domain', id: 'id')

Firewall resource

client = DropletKit::Client.new(access_token: 'TOKEN')
client.firewalls #=> DropletKit::FirewallResource

inbound_rule = DropletKit::FirewallInboundRule.new( protocol: 'icmp', ports: '0', sources: { tags: ['frontend', 'backend'], load_balancer_uids: ['d2d3920a-9d45-41b0-b018-d15e18ec60a4'] } )

outbound_rule = DropletKit::FirewallOutboundRule.new( protocol: 'icmp', ports: '0', destinations: { addresses: ["127.0.0.0"], droplet_ids: [456, 789] } )

firewall = DropletKit::Firewall.new( name: 'firewall', inbound_rules: [ inbound_rule ], outbound_rules: [ outbound_rule ], droplet_ids: [123], tags: ['backend'] )

Actions supported:

  • client.firewalls.find(id: 'id')
  • client.firewalls.create(firewall)
  • client.firewalls.update(firewall, id: 'id')
  • client.firewalls.all()
  • client.firewalls.all_by_droplet(droplet_id: 'id')
  • client.firewalls.delete(id: 'id')
  • client.firewalls.add_droplets([droplet.id], id: 'id')
  • client.firewalls.remove_droplets([droplet.id], id: 'id')
  • client.firewalls.add_tags([tag.name], id: 'id')
  • client.firewalls.remove_tags([tag.name], id: 'id')
  • client.firewalls.add_rules(inbound_rules: [inbound_rule], outbound_rules: [outbound_rule], id: 'id')
  • client.firewalls.remove_rules(inbound_rules: [inbound_rule], outbound_rules: [outbound_rule], id: 'id')

Image resource

client = DropletKit::Client.new(access_token: 'TOKEN')
client.images #=> DropletKit::ImageResource

Actions supported:

  • client.images.all()
  • client.images.find(id: 'id')
  • client.images.delete(id: 'id')
  • client.images.update(image, id: 'id')

Image Action Resource

client = DropletKit::Client.new(access_token: 'TOKEN')
client.image_actions #=> DropletKit::ImageActionResource

Image Actions Supported:

  • client.image_actions.all(image_id: 123)
  • client.image_actions.find(image_id: 123, id: 123455)
  • client.image_actions.transfer(image_id: 123, region: 'nyc3')

Invoice resource

client = DropletKit::Client.new(access_token: 'TOKEN')
client.invoices #=> DropletKit::InvoiceResource

Actions supported:

  • client.invoices.list()
  • client.invoices.find(id:123)

Kubernetes Resource

client = DropletKit::Client.new(access_token: 'TOKEN')
client.kubernetes_clusters #=> DropletKit::KubernetesClusterResource

Actions supported

When the arguments below refer to cluster, they refer to:

cluster = DropletKit::KubernetesCluster.new(name: "foo", region: "nyc1", ...) # cluster attributes

When the arguments below refer to nodepool, they refer to: ``` nodepool = DropletKit::KubernetesNodePool.new(name: 'frontend', size: 's-1vcpu-1gb', count: 3, ...) # Node Pool attributes ```

  • client.kubernetes_clusters.all()
  • client.kubernetes_clusters.find(id: 'cluster_id')
  • client.kubernetes_clusters.create(cluster)
  • client.kubernetes_clusters.kubeconfig(id: 'cluster_id')
  • client.kubernetes_clusters.update(cluster, id: 'cluster_id')
  • client.kubernetes_clusters.delete(id: 'cluster_id')
  • client.kubernetes_clusters.node_pools(id: 'cluster_id')
  • client.kubernetes_clusters.find_node_pool(id: 'cluster_id', pool_id: 'node_pool_id')
  • client.kubernetes_clusters.create_node_pool(node_pool, id: 'cluster_id')
  • client.kubernetes_clusters.update_node_pool(node_pool, id: 'cluster_id', pool_id: 'node_pool_id')
  • client.kubernetes_clusters.delete_node_pool(id: 'cluster_id', pool_id: 'node_pool_id')
  • client.kubernetes_clusters.recycle_node_pool([node_id, node_id, ...], id: 'cluster_id', pool_id: 'node_pool_id')
  • client.kubernetes_options.all()

Load balancer resource

client = DropletKit::Client.new(access_token: 'TOKEN')
client.load_balancers #=> DropletKit::LoadBalancerResource

Actions supported:

  • client.load_balancers.find(id: 'id')
  • client.load_balancers.all()
  • client.load_balancers.create(load_balancer)
  • client.load_balancers.update(load_balancer, id: 'id')
  • client.load_balancers.delete(id: 'id')
  • client.load_balancers.add_droplets([droplet.id], id: 'id')
  • client.load_balancers.remove_droplets([droplet.id], id: 'id')
  • client.load_balancers.add_forwarding_rules([forwarding_rule], id: 'id')
  • client.load_balancers.remove_forwarding_rules([forwarding_rule], id: 'id')

Region resource

client = DropletKit::Client.new(access_token: 'TOKEN')
client.regions #=> DropletKit::RegionResource

Actions supported:

  • client.regions.all()

Size resource

client = DropletKit::Client.new(access_token: 'TOKEN')
client.sizes #=> DropletKit::SizeResource

Actions supported:

  • client.sizes.all()

SSH key resource

client = DropletKit::Client.new(access_token: 'TOKEN')
client.ssh_keys #=> DropletKit::SSHKeyResource

When you want to create a droplet using your stored SSH key.

client = DropletKit::Client.new(access_token: 'YOUR_TOKEN')
my_ssh_keys = client.ssh_keys.all.collect {|key| key.fingerprint}
droplet = DropletKit::Droplet.new(name: 'mysite.com', region: 'nyc2', image: 'ubuntu-14-04-x64', size: 's-1vcpu-1gb', ssh_keys: my_ssh_keys)
created = client.droplets.create(droplet)
# => DropletKit::Droplet(id: 1231, name: 'something.com', ...)

Actions supported:

  • client.ssh_keys.all()
  • client.ssh_keys.create(ssh_key)
  • client.ssh_keys.find(id: 'id')
  • client.ssh_keys.delete(id: 'id')
  • client.ssh_keys.update(ssh_key, id: 'id')

Project resource

client = DropletKit::Client.new(access_token: 'TOKEN')
client.projects #=> DropletKit::ProjectResource

Actions supported:

  • client.projects.all()
  • client.projects.find(id: 'id')
  • client.projects.find_default
    is equivalent to
    client.projects.find(id: DropletKit::Project::DEFAULT)
  • client.projects.create(DropletKit::Project.new(name: 'name', purpose: 'Service or API'))
  • client.projects.update(project, id: 'id')
  • client.projects.delete(id: 'id')
  • client.projects.list_resources(id: 'id')
  • client.projects.assign_resources([DropletKit::Droplet.new(id: 123), "do:space:myspace.com"], id: 'id')

Tag resource

client = DropletKit::Client.new(access_token: 'TOKEN')
client.tags #=> DropletKit::TagResource

Actions supported:

  • client.tags.all()
  • client.tags.find(name: 'name')
  • client.tags.create(DropletKit::Tag.new(name: 'name'))
  • client.tags.delete(name: 'name')
  • client.tags.tag_resources(name: 'name', resources: [{ resource_id => 'droplet_id', resource_type: 'droplet' },{ resource_id => 'image_id', resource_type: 'image' }])
  • client.tags.untag_resources(name 'name', resources: [{ resource_id => 'droplet_id', resource_type: 'droplet' },{ resource_id => 'image_id', resource_type: 'image' }])

Account resource

client = DropletKit::Client.new(access_token: 'TOKEN')
client.account #=> DropletKit::AccountResource

Actions supported:

  • client.account.info()

Balance resource

client = DropletKit::Client.new(access_token: 'TOKEN')
client.balance #=> DropletKit::BalanceResource

Actions supported:

  • client.balance.info()

Floating IP resource

client = DropletKit::Client.new(access_token: 'TOKEN')
client.floating_ips #=> DropletKit::FloatingIpResource

Actions supported:

  • client.floating_ips.all()
  • client.floating_ips.find(ip: 'ip address')
  • client.floating_ips.create(floating_ip)
  • client.floating_ips.delete(ip: 'ip address')

Floating IP Action resource

client = DropletKit::Client.new(access_token: 'TOKEN')
client.floating_ip_actions #=> DropletKit::FloatingIpActionResource

Actions supported:

  • client.floating_ip_actions.assign(ip: floating_ip.ip, droplet_id: droplet.id)
  • client.floating_ip_actions.unassign(ip: floating_ip.ip)

Volume resource

client = DropletKit::Client.new(access_token: 'TOKEN')
client.volumes #=> DropletKit::VolumeResource

Actions supported:

  • client.volumes.all()
  • client.volumes.find(id: 'id')
  • client.volumes.create(volume)
  • client.volumes.snapshots(id: 'id')
  • client.volumes.create_snapshot(id: 'id', name: 'snapshot-name')
  • client.volumes.delete(id: 'id')

Volume Action resource

client = DropletKit::Client.new(access_token: 'TOKEN')
client.volume_actions #=> DropletKit::VolumeActionResource

Actions supported:

  • client.volume_actions.attach(volume_id: volume.id, droplet_id: droplet.id, region: droplet.region.slug)
  • client.volume_actions.detach(volume_id: volume.id, droplet_id: droplet.id, region: droplet.region.slug)
  • client.volume_actions.resize(volume_id: volume.id, size_gigabytes: 123, region: droplet.region.slug)

Snapshot resource

client = DropletKit::Client.new(access_token: 'TOKEN')
client.snapshots #=> DropletKit::SnapshotResource

Actions supported:

  • client.snapshots.all(resource_type: 'droplet')
  • client.snapshots.find(id: 'id')
  • client.snapshots.delete(id: 'id')

VPC resource

client = DropletKit::Client.new(access_token: 'TOKEN')
client.vpcs #=> DropletKit::VPCResource

Actions supported:

  • client.vpcs.find(id: 'id')
  • client.vpcs.all()
  • client.vpcs.create(vpc)
  • client.vpcs.update(vpc, id: 'id')
  • client.vpcs.patch(vpc, id: 'id')
  • client.vpcs.delete(id: 'id')
  • client.vpcs.all_members(id: 'id')

Container Registry resource

client = DropletKit::Client.new(access_token: 'TOKEN')
client.container_registry #=> DropletKit::ContainerRegistryResource

Actions supported:

  • client.container_registry.get()
  • client.container_registry.create(registry)
  • client.container_registry.delete()
  • client.container_registry.docker_credentials()

Container Registry Repository resource

client = DropletKit::Client.new(access_token: 'TOKEN')
client.container_registry_repository #=> DropletKit::ContainerRegistryRepositoryResource

Actions supported:

  • client.container_registry_repository.all(registry_name: 'registry')
  • client.container_registry_repository.tags(registry_name: 'registry', repository: 'repo')
  • client.container_registry_repository.delete_tag(registry_name: 'registry', repository: 'repo', tag: 'tag')
  • client.container_registry_repository.delete_manifest(registry_name: 'registry', repository: 'repo', manifest_digest: 'sha256:cb8a924afdf0229ef7515d9e5b3024e23b3eb03ddbba287f4a19c6ac90b8d221')

Contributing

  1. Fork it ( https://github.com/digitalocean/droplet_kit/fork )
  2. Create your feature branch (
    git checkout -b my-new-feature
    )
  3. Commit your changes (
    git commit -am 'Add some feature'
    )
  4. Push to the branch (
    git push origin my-new-feature
    )
  5. Create a new Pull Request

Releasing

See RELEASE for details

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