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SAGE storage api

The SAGE object store API is a frontend to a S3-style storage backend.

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Related resources:

Python client library for SAGE object store

SAGE CLI

Concepts:

SAGE bucket

Each file (or group of files of same type) are stored in a SAGE bucket. Each upload of a new file (without specifying an existing bucket) creates a new bucket. Each SAGE bucket is created with an universally unique identifier (UUID).

Ownership and permissions are bucket specific. A large collection of files of the same type that belong together are intended to share one bucket. An example in context of SAGE would be a large training dataset of pictures.

Note that SAGE buckets do not correspond S3 buckets in the backend. They are merely an abstraction layer to prevent conflicts in namespaces. (In the actual S3 backend all SAGE objects are spread randomly over 256 S3-buckets and every SAGE key is prefixed with the SAGE bucket uuid)

Data types

Each SAGE bucket contains one or more files of the same data type. Currently model and training-data are supported. The data type concept is still evolving and thus more types, metadata schema and type validation may be introduced later. Note that the query string type=<type> is required on creation of a bucket.

Authentication

SAGE users authenticate via tokens they can get from the SAGE website.

example:

-H "Authorization: sage <sage_user_token>"

In the docker-compose test environment the SAGE token verification is disabled. The Authorization header is still required, but the token field specifies a user name: sage user:<username>

example:

-H "Authorization: sage user:test"

To activate token verification in the test environment you can delete the file .env or define the environment variable export TESTING_NOAUTH=0 before running docker-compose. You may have to update the tokenInfo variables in the docker-compose.yaml file.

Getting started

docker-compose up

This starts a test environment without token verification.

Usage

export SAGE_USER_TOKEN=<your_token>
or
export SAGE_USER_TOKEN=user:testuser


export SAGE_STORE_URL="localhost:8080"

Create bucket

curl  -X POST "${SAGE_STORE_URL}/api/v1/objects?type=training-data&name=mybucket"  -H "Authorization: sage ${SAGE_USER_TOKEN}"

Example response:

{
  "id": "5c9b9ff7-e3f3-4271-9649-70dddad02f28",
  "name": "mybucket",
  "owner": "testuser",
  "type": "training-data"
}

optional query fields:

public=true
name=<human readable bucket name>
type=training-data|profile|model

Store the returned bucket id in an enviornment variable to simply copy-paste most of the following API examples:

export BUCKET_ID=<id>

Show bucket properties

curl "${SAGE_STORE_URL}/api/v1/objects/${BUCKET_ID}"  -H "Authorization: sage ${SAGE_USER_TOKEN}"

Example response:

{
  "id": "5c9b9ff7-e3f3-4271-9649-70dddad02f28",
  "name": "mybucket",
  "owner": "testuser",
  "type": "training-data",
  "time_created": "2020-04-20T18:34:09Z",
  "time_last_updated": "2020-04-20T18:34:09Z"
}

List bucket/folder content

List of files and folders at a given path within the bucket:

curl "${SAGE_STORE_URL}/api/v1/objects/${BUCKET_ID}/"  -H "Authorization: sage ${SAGE_USER_TOKEN}"
curl "${SAGE_STORE_URL}/api/v1/objects/${BUCKET_ID}/{path}/"  -H "Authorization: sage ${SAGE_USER_TOKEN}"

curl "${SAGE_STORE_URL}/api/v1/objects/${BUCKET_ID}/?recursive"  -H "Authorization: sage ${SAGE_USER_TOKEN}"

Example response:

[
  "20200122-1403_1579730602.jpg"
]

Note that to get a listing of the bucket/folder content a / is required at the end or the path.

Optional query field:

recursive=true   # if enabled, all files are listed 

List buckets

curl "${SAGE_STORE_URL}/api/v1/objects"  -H "Authorization: sage ${SAGE_USER_TOKEN}"

Example response:

[
  {
    "id": "5c9b9ff7-e3f3-4271-9649-70dddad02f28",
    "name": "mybucket",
    "owner": "testuser",
    "type": "training-data"
  },
  {
    "id": "5f77bb1e-242f-4222-8eba-6c2c20b71b5e",
    "name": "mybucket2",
    "owner": "testuser",
    "type": "training-data"
  }
]

This list should include all buckets that are either public, your own, or have been shared with you.

Delete bucket

curl -X DELETE "${SAGE_STORE_URL}/api/v1/objects/${BUCKET_ID}"  -H "Authorization: sage ${SAGE_USER_TOKEN}"

Example response:

{
  "deleted": [
    "5c9b9ff7-e3f3-4271-9649-70dddad02f28"
  ]
}

Note: This also deletes all files !

Bucket permissions

Get permissions:

curl "${SAGE_STORE_URL}/api/v1/objects/${BUCKET_ID}?permissions" -H "Authorization: sage ${SAGE_USER_TOKEN}"

example result:

[
  {
    "granteeType": "USER",
    "grantee": "testuser",
    "permission": "FULL_CONTROL"
  }
]

Add permission: (Share private data with other user!)

curl -X PUT "${SAGE_STORE_URL}/api/v1/objects/${BUCKET_ID}?permissions" -d '{"granteeType": "USER", "grantee": "otheruser", "permission": "READ"}' -H "Authorization: sage ${SAGE_USER_TOKEN}"

example result:

{
  "granteeType": "USER",
  "grantee": "otheruser",
  "permission": "READ"
}

Make bucket public:

curl -X PUT "${SAGE_STORE_URL}/api/v1/objects/${BUCKET_ID}?permissions" -d '{"granteeType": "GROUP", "grantee": "AllUsers", "permission": "READ"}' -H "Authorization: sage ${SAGE_USER_TOKEN}"

(To make bucket public the group AllUsers need READ permission. Other permissions are not allowed.)

example result:

{
  "granteeType": "GROUP",
  "grantee": "AllUsers",
  "permission": "READ"
}

Delete all permission of a grantee:

curl -X DELETE "${SAGE_STORE_URL}/api/v1/objects/${BUCKET_ID}?permissions&grantee=USER:otheruser" -H "Authorization: sage ${SAGE_USER_TOKEN}"

Delete specific permission of a grantee:

curl -X DELETE "${SAGE_STORE_URL}/api/v1/objects/${BUCKET_ID}?permissions&grantee=USER:otheruser:READ" -H "Authorization: sage ${SAGE_USER_TOKEN}"

example result:

{
  "deleted": [
    "USER:otheruser:READ"
  ]
}

Update bucket properties

curl -X PATCH "${SAGE_STORE_URL}/api/v1/objects/${BUCKET_ID}" -d '{"name":"new-bucket-name"}'  -H "Authorization: sage ${SAGE_USER_TOKEN}"
{
  "id": "7cf0640d-7b58-4ffc-bb92-5063db62a91d",
  "name": "new-bucket-name",
  "owner": "testuser",
  "type": "training-data",
  "time_created": "2020-04-21T16:51:51Z",
  "time_last_updated": "2020-04-21T17:58:02Z"
}

Only fields name and type can be modified.

TODO: add user metadata (type-specific and free-form) for search functionality

Upload file

curl  -X PUT "${SAGE_STORE_URL}/api/v1/objects/${BUCKET_ID}/{path}"  -H "Authorization: sage ${SAGE_USER_TOKEN}" -F 'file=@<filename>'

Example response:

{
  "bucket-id": "5c9b9ff7-e3f3-4271-9649-70dddad02f28",
  "key": "/20200122-1403_1579730602.jpg"
}

Similar to S3 keys, the path is an identifer for the uploaded file. The path can contain /-characters, thus creating a filesystem-like tree structure within the SAGE bucket. If the path ends with a /, the path denotes a directory and the filename of the uploaded file is appended to the key. Otherwise the last part of the path specifies the new filename.

Download file

curl -O "${SAGE_STORE_URL}/api/v1/objects/${BUCKET_ID}/{key}"  -H "Authorization: sage ${SAGE_USER_TOKEN}" 

Testing

docker-compose build  &&  docker-compose run --rm --entrypoint=gotestsum sage-api --format testname

single test:

docker-compose build  &&  docker-compose run --rm --entrypoint=gotestsum sage-api --format testname -- -run TestDeleteFile

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