The main FMClient class#
The REST API Python client makes it easy to write client programs for the Fleet Manager REST API in Python. The REST API Python client is in the
dataikuapi Python package.
The client is the entrypoint for many of the capabilities listed in this chapter.
Creating a Fleet Manager client#
To work with the API, a connection needs to be established with Fleet Manager, by creating an
FMClient object. Once the connection is established, the
FMClient object serves as the entry point to the other calls.
Depending on your cloud provider, you will have to create the dedicated
FMClientAWSfor Amazon Web Services
FMClientAzurefor Microsoft Azure
FMClientGCPfor Google Cloud Platform
To connect you will need to provide the URL of your Fleet Manager server, and a key identifier and secret
import dataikuapi key_id = "<my key id>" key_secret = "<my key secret>" client = dataikuapi.FMClientAWS("https://localhost", key_id, key_secret) client = dataikuapi.FMClientAzure("https://localhost", key_id, key_secret) client = dataikuapi.FMClientGCP("https://localhost", key_id, key_secret) # client is now a FMClient and can perform all authorized actions. # For example, list the DSS instances in the fleet for which you have access client.list_instances()