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Apache CloudStack 4.0.1-incubating

CloudStack API Developer's Guide

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Apache CloudStack


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Apache CloudStack is an effort undergoing incubation at The Apache Software Foundation (ASF).
Incubation is required of all newly accepted projects until a further review indicates that the infrastructure, communications, and decision making process have stabilized in a manner consistent with other successful ASF projects. While incubation status is not necessarily a reflection of the completeness or stability of the code, it does indicate that the project has yet to be fully endorsed by the ASF.
Abstract
How to integrate with CloudStack using the CloudStack API.

1. Concepts
1.1. What Is CloudStack?
1.2. What Can CloudStack Do?
1.3. Deployment Architecture Overview
1.3.1. Management Server Overview
1.3.2. Cloud Infrastructure Overview
1.3.3. Networking Overview
2. Introduction for Developers
2.1. Roles
2.2. API Reference Documentation
2.3. Getting Started
3. What's New in the API?
3.1. What's New in the API for 4.0
3.1.1. Changed API Commands in 4.0.0-incubating
3.1.2. Added API Commands in 4.0.0-incubating
3.2. What's New in the API for 3.0
3.2.1. Enabling Port 8096
3.2.2. Stopped VM
3.2.3. Change to Behavior of List Commands
3.2.4. Removed API commands
3.2.5. Added API commands in 3.0
3.2.6. Added CloudStack Error Codes
4. Calling the CloudStack API
4.1. Making API Requests
4.2. Enabling API Call Expiration
4.3. Signing API Requests
4.4. Responses
4.4.1. Response Formats: XML and JSON
4.4.2. Maximum Result Pages Returned
4.4.3. Error Handling
4.5. Asynchronous Commands
4.5.1. Job Status
4.5.2. Example
5. Working With Usage Data
5.1. Usage Record Format
5.1.1. Virtual Machine Usage Record Format
5.1.2. Network Usage Record Format
5.1.3. IP Address Usage Record Format
5.1.4. Disk Volume Usage Record Format
5.1.5. Template, ISO, and Snapshot Usage Record Format
5.1.6. Load Balancer Policy or Port Forwarding Rule Usage Record Format
5.1.7. Network Offering Usage Record Format
5.1.8. VPN User Usage Record Format
5.2. Usage Types
5.3. Example response from listUsageRecords
5.4. Dates in the Usage Record
A. Event Types
B. Alerts
C. Time Zones
D. Revision History