A python SDK for managing Nebula container orchestrator
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An SDK for managing nebula via python.

translates all of Nebula API calls to something more pythonic.

How To Use

first get NebulaPythonSDK onto your machine

# Install from PyPi
pip install NebulaPythonSDK

now use it in your code

# Load API wrapper from library
from NebulaPythonSDK import Nebula

# Create API object.
# port defaults to 80, protocol defaults to "http" & request_timeout defaults to 60 if any of them is not set.
connection = Nebula(username="your_nebula_user", password="your_nebula_pass", host="nebula.example.com", port=80, protocol="http", request_timeout=60)

# List apps
app_list = connection.list_apps()

# List app info
app_config = connection.list_app_info("app_name")

# Create app
app_conf = {
    "containers_per_cpu": 8,
    "env_vars": {
        "test": "blabla",
        "test3t2t32": "tesg4ehgee"
    "docker_ulimits": [],
    "networks": ["nebula"],
    "running": True,
    "volumes": ["/tmp:/tmp/1", "/var/tmp/:/var/tmp/1:ro"],
    "containers_per": {
        "cpu": 6
    "starting_ports": [
            "81": 80
    "docker_image": "httpd",
    "privileged": False,
    "devices": []
connection.create_app("app_name", app_conf)

Note that the response returned is a requests formatted response.