[Openstack] [Openstack-operators] Certifying SDKs
davanum at gmail.com
Fri Dec 15 19:50:36 UTC 2017
+1 to edit the sheet directly.
On Fri, Dec 15, 2017 at 2:45 PM, Joe Topjian <joe at topjian.net> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've been meaning to reply to this thread. Volodymyr, your reply reminded me
> I agree with what you said that the SDK should support everything that the
> API supports. In that way, one could simply review the API reference docs
> and create a checklist for each possible action. I've often thought about
> doing this for Gophercloud so devs/users can see its current state of what's
> supported and what's missing.
> But Melvin highlighted the word "guaranteed", so I think he's looking for
> the most common scenarios/actions rather than an exhaustive list. For that,
> I can recommend the suite of Terraform acceptance tests. I've added a test
> each time a user has either reported a bug or requested a feature, so
> they're scenarios that I know are being used "in the wild".
> You can find these tests here:
> Each file that begins with "resource" and ends in "_test.go" will contain
> various scenarios at the bottom. For example, compute instances:
> This contains tests for:
> * Basic launch of an instance
> * Able to add and remove security groups from an existing instance
> * Able to boot from a new volume or an existing volume
> * Able to edit metadata of an instance.
> * Able to create an instance with multiple ephemeral disks
> * Able to create an instance with multiple NICs, some of which are on the
> same network, some of which are defined as ports.
> Terraform is not an SDK, but it's a direct consumer of Gophercloud and is
> more user-facing, so I think it's quite applicable here. The caveat being
> that if Terraform or Gophercloud does not support something, it's not
> available as a test. :)
> Melvin, if this is of interest, I can either post a raw list of these
> tests/scenarios here or edit the sheet directly.
> On Fri, Dec 15, 2017 at 12:43 AM, Volodymyr Litovka <doka.ua at gmx.com> wrote:
>> Hi Melvin,
>> isn't SDK the same as Openstack REST API? In my opinion (can be erroneous,
>> though), SDK should just support everything that API supports, providing
>> some basic checks of parameters (e.g. verify compliancy of passed parameter
>> to IP address format, etc) before calling API (in order to decrease load of
>> Openstack by eliminating obviously broken requests).
>> On 12/11/17 8:35 AM, Melvin Hillsman wrote:
>> Hey everyone,
>> On the path to potentially certifying SDKs we would like to gather a list
>> of scenarios folks would like to see "guaranteed" by an SDK.
>> Some examples - boot instance from image, boot instance from volume,
>> attach volume to instance, reboot instance; very much like InterOp works to
>> ensure OpenStack clouds provide specific functionality.
>> Here is a document we can share to do this -
>> Kind regards,
>> Melvin Hillsman
>> mrhillsman at gmail.com
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