1 Aspen Cloud Server API Development Guideline Defining next generation of cloud based grid Power- All Networks Ltd. (24th April, 2012, version 2.2) 1
2 Table of Content Change Log Overview More about Aspen Cloud Server API What skill is required? Terminology Authentication You should know before coding Provided web service API list API 1 Server List API 2 Get Server information API 3 Server Startup API 4 Server Soft Reboot API 5 Server Hard Reboot API 6 Server Soft Shutdown API 7 Server Hard Shutdown API 8 Server Subscription API 9 Server Termination API 10 Daily Billing Report API 11 Query supported cities API 12 Query supported IDC API 13 Query supported template API 14 Query template s plan API 15 Query extra parts plan API 16 Add extra parts API 17 Query subscribed parts API 18 Remove subscribed parts API 19 Attach SASP- M disk API 20 Detach SASP- M disk API 21 Read consumed bandwidth API 22 Create Backup Schedule API 23 Update Backup Schedule API 24 Remove Backup Schedule API 25 Get Backup Schedule API 26 Get Backup Schedule Information API 27 Restore Backup
3 API 28 Get Server Backup List API 29 Query VM Console API 30 Create SmartClone API 31 Get SmartClone List API 32 Swap Network API 33 Repair Server API 34 Refill Server API 35 Cancel Backup API 36 Query Template Status Error Handling Error Code Table
4 Change Log Changes Page Date New API, refill server New API, cancel backup New API, query template status New API, create SmartClone New API, get SmartClone list New API, swap network New API, repair server New API, query VM console New API, create backup schedule New API, update backup schedule New API, remove backup schedule New API, get backup schedule New API, get backup schedule information New API, restore backup New API, get server backup list Revise API 2 Get server information which show more information for backup Revise API 13 Query supported template which show price of bandwidth New API, read consumed bandwidth Query extra parts plan API supported Add extra parts API supported Query subscribed parts API supported Remove subscribed parts API supported Revise API 12 Query supported IDC Attach SASP- M disk API supported Detach SASP- M disk API supported Revise API 2 (Get server information) Support Super user mode for Cloud Server Subscription Cloud Server subscription API supported Cloud Server termination API supported Daily Billing API supported Query city API supported Query IDC API supported
5 Query template API supported Query template s plan API supported Enhance the XML result for function, Server List and Get Server Information 22, Detailed description for Cloud Server
6 Overview Aspen Cloud Server provides cloud computing virtual server to client. You can subscribe your own virtual server via anytime. Now we further provide API to each user for own development of program and integrate to existing system. All APIs are RESTFul web service call which are platform independent and for fast development. Even you are JAVA, Microsoft.NET, or PHP developer, you can easy to develop without obstacle. 6
7 More about Aspen Cloud Server API Q : Why and who need API? A : If you don t want to control the subscribed Cloud Server via our control panel, you can use our RESTFul API to control. You can integrate these Cloud Server functions to your existing system. Q : What functions provided by Cloud Server API now? A : Now only Control Panel functions are provided in API. API Name Description 1 Server list Show all subscribed Cloud Server in XML format. 2 Get server information Show a specified Cloud Server in details. 3 Server startup Boot up a specified Cloud Server. 4 Server soft reboot Soft reboot a specified Cloud Server. 5 Server hard reboot Hard reboot a specified Cloud Server. 6 Server soft shutdown Soft shutdown a specified Cloud Server. 7 Server hard shutdown Hard shutdown a specified Cloud Server. 8 New server subscription Subscribe new cloud server 9 Server termination Terminate a subscribed cloud server. 10 Get billing Get daily billing records for specified date range. 11 Query supported cities Show which city supports cloud server 12 Query supported IDC Show which data center supports cloud server in a city or specified service (e.g. SASP- M). 13 Query supported templates Show what templates are available in specified city. It includes Standard, Custom templates and Zone. 14 Query template plan Show all plan for specified template. 15 Query extra parts plan Show extra parts price plan. e.g. CPU/RAM 16 Add extra parts Add extra parts to specified server or IDC. 17 Query subscribed parts Show what parts are subscribed. 18 Remove subscribed parts Remove subscribed extra parts from server or IDC. 19 Attach SASP- M disk Attach SASP- M disk to specified server. 20 Detach SASP- M disk Detach SASP- M disk from specified server. 21 Read consumed bandwidth Read consumed bandwidth for specified cloud server. 7
8 22 Create Backup Schedule Make a backup request for specified server. 23 Update Backup Schedule Change backup schedule for specified server. 24 Remove Backup Schedule Remove a backup schedule for specified server. 25 Get Backup Schedule Show the backup schedule list in XML format. 26 Get Backup Schedule Information Show a specified backup schedule in details. 27 Restore Backup Restore disks from backup version. 28 Get Server Backup List Show the server backup list in XML format. 29 Query VM Console Get console connection for specified server. 30 Create SmartClone Support copy cloud server from one IDC to another IDC. 31 Get SmartClone List Show the SmartClone list in XML format. 32 Swap Network Swap network to specified server. 33 Repair Server Repair specified server in case of swap network failure. 34 Refill Server Refill OS disk for a specified server. 35 Cancel Backup Cancel backup process for a specified server. 36 Query Template Status Show the status for specified template. 8
9 What skill is required? Before starting, everyone will ask a question, what s skill I should know for calling Aspen Cloud Server API? To a programmer, this question is more important than pricing. Aspen Cloud Server API provides the world- wide popular method and powerful method. i.e. REST. All provided web services are in RESTful. Nowadays, REST is a hot web service method because of its flexible and easy to understand. REST is similar to browse a web page via http URL only. In browser, you always utilize the GET method in HTTP to browse web page. In rest, we will take advantages of other HTTP methods such as PUT, DELETE and so on. You can visit for details understand of REST. It is program independent function call so different developer can develop own program base on his/her favorite programming platform and language. Web service call uses http protocol (port 80) to communicate so it can reduce the trouble made by firewall. Besides, all result queries are in XML format. Even you are a newbie in web service. We can sure you can understand how to start your first step via this development guideline. What skills required? Basic XML knowledge Basic knowledge of web services especially in REST. 9
10 Which programming language platform supported? The advantage of Aspen Cloud Server API is platform and language independent so you can use what language you like. Main point is that your language can call web services. In general, following language can call our services. Java PHP.Net including C# and VB.Net Python C++ Perl Ruby Even some old language such as Visual Basic v6.0 What software required? If programming language support general XML handling functions and http access functions (Best have specified REST call modules), then you can use Aspen Cloud Server API more easily. No any installation or add- on software is required. 10
11 Terminology and Cloud Server Status Terminology Terms Description 1. Access ID It is a global unique ID for each user a/c. It is system generated and can t be changed. Once user registers in portal, it will be generated. 2. Secret Access It is a global unique key for signature generation. This key is secret except of owner. Key Don t share this key to other people. Use this key to generate resource signature for authorization. 3. Server ID It is a global unique label of your subscribed server which is generated by system. 4. Locale It is used to control the output language of xml. It includes general output and error message. Now we support English (en), Traditional Chinese (zh_tw) and Simplified Chinese (zh_cn). 5. REST Http Method In Aspen Cloud Server, some http methods are supported. i.e. POST, GET 6. Parts Code It is used to represent a parts. You can use the parts code to subscribe the parts. 7. Parts ID After subscribe an extra parts, an unique parts id will be assigned to such parts. You can further handle the parts via parts id. 8. Service type It is used to identify what parts / service you specify in API. This is a constant value. Now only support cpu, ram, sasp6 and saspm. Cloud Server Status Each subscribed cloud server has a status. You can get it via API 1 and 2 but this status may not real time show your server status because you can manual change server. Not by Control Panel. Terms Description PO Power off S Standby i.e. your cloud server is booted up. R Rebooting. If your server is be rebooting. Don t try to run other process on it. It will cause error. U Undfined/Unclassify Sometimes the server status can t be get well. If you get this status, you can retry after a while. 11
12 Authentication Each request should be authenticated. Aspen Cloud Server API uses signature to identify the access user. The signature is composed in client side (i.e. your developed program) and then sends via http header Authorization. It is the standard http header. For security issue, most provided functions require user to provide Access Proof when access the resource. A valid signature is a proof. After Aspen Cloud Server API side received the web service request from client. It will check the incoming header whether has Authorization. Example: The http header should be similar to following. From following example, the header Authorization is specified in header. The format is access id + signature. GET / HTTP/1.1 Host: a.cserver.mygrid.asia Date: Wed, 01 Mar :00:00 GMT (or x- pan- date instead of Date because some language (e.g. C#) don t let user to edit Date ) Formula of Authorization header Authorization = access ID + colon + signature (e.g. Authorization: :dskfjdsklfjdksljfkd9890dsffsdsf) The access ID is given to user after he/she registers. The signature is generated by developer who wants to access Aspen Cloud Server API. Without Authorization, Aspen Cloud Server API must reject your request. Thus, developer must understand how to create a signature. 12
13 The signature is composed of date time, access api and user secret key. The access id and user secret key are global unique. After Aspen Cloud side receives the submitted http header information. Aspen Cloud will try to generate an identical signature by the provided information such as header time, host, and api and so on. Then compare the system generated signature to user provided signature. If same, that s mean the user is authenticated and vice versa. Developer Side Aspen Cloud Server Side 1 Create web service request. Receive the user request and get the http headers. 1 2 Concatenate current date time + server id + http action + parameter as signature base. Find out the user secret key by the incoming user access id. 2 3 Use user secret key to encode the signature base content by By the incoming information and the user secret key, generate a 3 HMAC- SHA1 algorithm and signature. generate signature. Compare 2 signatures. One from 4 4 Add Access id and signature to the http header as a user and one is new generated. Authorization If same signature content, the 5 request is authenticated and vice 5 Send the http headers and the http body to Aspen Cloud Server versa. side. 13
14 The generated signature will be expired after 15 minutes for security issue. Three steps to generate signature. Step 1. Form request content base Request Content Base = < + HTTP Action (PUT, GET, POST, or DELETE) + > + < + current date time (Use RFC 2822 format) + > + < + Access ID + > + < + API Name + > + < + Server ID + > (Optional. Server ID is depended on API) Explanation: HTTP Action is PUT or GET or DELETE or POST of your web service request. It is string. The date format is in RFC 2822 format e.g. Thu, 21 Dec :01: If your API is no server ID, no need to use server ID. Server ID is not a must. Depends on what API you call. If your API is not related to server, no need to assign server ID. Step 2 Generate a signature Every registered member has a Secret Access Key. Use it as a key and use algorithm HMAC- SHA1 to encode the Request Content Base. Then, use Base64 to encode the output signature. It makes the signature is ASCII string and for header data passing. 1. Incomplete Signature =HMAC- SHA1 (Request Content Base, User Secret Key) 2. Signature =Base64 (Incomplete Signature) 14
15 Step 3 Form the http authentication header There is no Authentication in standard http so we only utilize the other attribute Authorization. Now, you have a signature and Access ID. You only concatenate together. Authorization: :dskfjdsklfjdksljfkd9890dsffsdsf Pass above authorization in header to Cloud Server API side. 15
16 You should know before coding 1. Before using API, you must register in After you register, you can login and get the Access ID and Secret Access Key for authorization. 2. Adopt RFC2822 (http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc2822) date format. e.g. Fri, 30 May :00:00 GMT (Greenwich) or Fri, 30 May :00: (Hong Kong and China time zone) Both refer to same time. day of week and second are optional. Date and time is local date time. Time zone is the difference from UT/GMT. 3. Most web services request a signature to identify the user. Each signature will be expired after 15 minutes. 4. In each request, user should send header Date to Aspen Cloud. For example, pass Date: Sun, 27 Jul :25: However, some programming language such as C# protects the standard http header field including Date. Thus, user can t assign Date directly via C#. Aspen Cloud also provides other http header to replace Date. i.e. x- pan- date. If both Date and x- pan- date are passed to Aspen Cloud Server API. The x- pan- date has higher priority than Date. 16
17 Provided web service API list API Name Description HTTP 1 Server list Show all subscribed Cloud Server in XML format. e.g. GET 2 Get server information Show a specified Cloud Server in details. e.g. (General mode) or admin_mode (Administrator mode) 3 Server startup Boot up a specified Cloud Server. e.g. GET POST 4 Server soft reboot Soft reboot a specified Cloud Server. e.g. POST 5 Server hard reboot Hard reboot a specified Cloud Server. e.g. POST 6 Server soft shutdown Soft shutdown a specified Cloud Server. e.g. POST 7 Server hard shutdown 8 Server subscription Hard shutdown a specified Cloud Server. e.g. Subscribe a new cloud server e.g. (with zone) 40%3B/template_code/nQ%40%2/plan_code/5Dq%26q/zone_code/Sp POST PUT 17
18 9 Server termination c3xh%60mkoquk or (without zone) 40%3B/template_code/nQ%40%2/plan_code/5Dq%26q Terminate a subscribed cloud server DELETE e.g. en 10 Daily billing Get daily billing record e.g /end_date/ /offset/1/max/10 11 Query Show which city supports cloud server supported cities e.g. mygrid.asia/query_support_city/locale/en 12 Query Show which data center supports cloud server in a city. supported IDC 2 formats supported e.g. %40%3B or, 13 Query Show what templates are available in specified city. supported It includes Standard, Custom templates and Zone. templates e.g. de/nq%40%3b 14 Query template Show all plans for specified template. plan e.g. /nq%40%3b/template_code/nq%40%28f.%5dq%26q 15 Query extra Show extra parts price plan. e.g. CPU/RAM/SASP- 6/SASP- M parts plan 2 formats supported. e.g. d/111111/service_type/cpu GET GET GET GET GET GET 18
19 or e/111/service_type/saspm 16 Add extra parts Add extra parts to specified server or IDC. 2 formats supported e.g. /service_type/ram/parts_code/xyz or 1/service_type/saspm/parts_code/xyz 17 Query Show what parts are subscribed. subscribed parts e.g. /service_type/cpu 18 Remove Remove subscribed extra parts from server or IDC. subscribed parts 2 formats supported e.g /service_type/cpu/parts_id/abcdef or e/saspm/parts_id/zyx 19 Attach SASP- M Attach SASP- M disk to specified server. disk e.g. rts_id/abcdefg 20 Detach SASP- M Detach SASP- M disk from specified server. disk e.g. arts_id/abcdefg 21 Read consumed Read consumed bandwidth (incoming and outgoing) for specified cloud bandwidth Server PUT GET DELETE PUT DELETE GET 19
20 22 Create Backup Schedule 23 Update Backup Schedule 24 Remove Backup Schedule 25 Get Backup Schedule 26 Get Backup Schedule Information e.g. _date/ /end_date/ /serverid/40d56d31-2f61-4d ae85e Make a backup request for specified server. PUT 2 formats supported e.g. e/backup_type/i or e/backup_type/s Change backup schedule for specified server. PUT e.g. / nq%40%28f.%5d59g/serverid/abcde/backup_type/s Remove a backup schedule for specified server. PUT e.g. e/nq%40%28f.%5d59g Show the backup schedule list in XML format. GET e.g. Show a specified backup schedule in details. GET e.g. e/nq%40%28f.%5d59p 27 Restore Backup Restore disks from backup version. PUT e.g. server_id/bcdef 28 Get Server Show the server backup list in XML format. GET Backup List e.g. 29 Query VM Console Get console connection for specified server. e.g. GET 20
21 29 Query VM Get console connection for specified server. GET Console e.g. 30 Create Support copy cloud server from one IDC to another IDC. PUT SmartClone e.g. 31 Get SmartClone Show the SmartClone list in XML format. GET List e.g. 32 Swap Network Swap network to specified server. PUT e.g. econd_server_id/bcdef 33 Repair Server Repair specified server in case of swap network failure. PUT e.g. 34 Refill Server Refill OS disk for a specified server. PUT e.g. 35 Cancel Backup Cancel backup process for a specified server. DELETE e.g. 28F.%5D59P 36 Query Template Show the status for specified template. GET Status e.g. 40%3B/template_code/nQ%40%28F.%5Dq%26q 21
22 API 1 Server List Web Service Name server_list (ID_1) REST http method GET Description REST example Http Code if success Request Signature Anonymous access Possible Error Get the subscribed cloud server list in XML 200 Yes Not accept General errors 1. Expired signature ExpiredSig Invalid headers InvalidHeader Incorrect Locale code passing InvalidLocale No such member NotExistMem Fail Authentication FailAuth Account problem or suspended ACPrb Unsupported REST action NoRestMethod Server unexpected error UnexpectedError Service unavailable UnavailableService 503 REST Request Header GET / HTTP/1.1 Host: a.cserver.mygrid.asia Content- Length: 0 Date: Mon, 03 Mar :00: (or passing x- pan- date instead of Date) 22
24 API 2 Get Server Information Web Service Name get_server_info (ID_2) REST http method GET Description REST example Http Code if success Request Signature Anonymous access Possible Error Get the subscribed cloud server list in XML 2 modes General mode : or, Administrator mode (for super user only. General user can t use): 200 Yes Not accept General errors 1. Expired signature ExpiredSig Invalid headers InvalidHeader Incorrect Locale code passing InvalidLocale No such member NotExistMem Fail Authentication FailAuth Account problem or suspended ACPrb No administrator right NoAdminAccessRight Unsupported REST action NoRestMethod Server unexpected error UnexpectedError Service unavailable UnavailableService
25 REST Request Header REST Respond Header if success GET / HTTP/1.1 Host: a.cserver.mygrid.asia Content- Length: 0 Date: Mon, 03 Mar :00: (or passing x- pan- date instead of Date) Authorization: :dsfdksfjdklsfjkldsfj- dsfd= (access_id : signature) HTTP/ OK Date: Mon, 03 Mar :00:00 GMT Content- Length: 112 Connection: close Content- Type: application/xml REST XML Expected Result for General Mode. <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf- 8"?> <ServerInformation> <Profile> <AccessID>MUg8ORWyayE51eQ1ke58sbyaCO</AccessID> <LoginName>davidchan</LoginName> </Profile> <Server> <ServerID>e80211f0-7aa6-44b5- bc80- ba47f06bb42d</serverid> <ServerDescription>test server</serverdescription> <Group /> <Zone>Zone A</Zone> <DNS>29- h99.my00001.cserver.mygrid.asia</dns> <PublicIP>202.x.x.x </PublicIP> <PrivateIP> <PrivateIP> <IsSuspended>N</IsSuspended> <ServerStatusCode>PO</ServerStatusCode> <ServerStatusDescription>Power Off</ServerStatusDescription> <ActivationDate> GMT</ActivationDate> <City>Malaysia</City> <IDC>Sapura, Malaysia </IDC> <OSType>Linux</OSType> <OSName>Centos 5.2 (64bit)</OSName> <Template>Centos 5.2 (64bit)</Template> <Plan>Plan A</Plan> <HardwareConfig> 25
27 </ServerInformation> REST XML Expected Result for Administrator Mode. <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf- 8"?> <ServerInformation> <ServerID>e812324f0-7aa6-44b5- bc80- ba47f06bb42d</serverid> <IsSuspended>N</IsSuspended> <IsReserved>N</IsReserved> <IsLocked>N</IsLocked> <IsTerminated>N</IsTerminated> <ServerStatusCode>PO</ServerStatusCode> <IsSubscribed>Y</IsSubscribed> <HasVG>Y</HasVG> <AccessID>MUg8ORWyayE51eQ1ke58sbyaCO</AccessID> </ServerInformation> 27
28 API 3 Server Startup Web Service Name Startup (ID_3) REST http method POST Description REST example Http Code if success Request Signature Anonymous access Possible Error Boot up a specified server 200 Yes Not accept General errors 1. Expired signature ExpiredSig Invalid headers InvalidHeader Incorrect Locale code passing InvalidLocale No such member NotExistMem No such Cloud Server NoSuchVM Fail Authentication FailAuth Account problem or suspended ACPrb The cloud server is locked by other process. VMLocked The cloud server was suspended. VMSuspended Unsupported REST action NoRestMethod Server unexpected error UnexpectedError Service unavailable UnavailableService 503 REST Request Header POST / HTTP/1.1 Host: a.cserver.mygrid.asia Content- Length: 0 Date: Mon, 03 Mar :00: (or passing x- pan- date instead of Date) 28
29 REST Respond Header if success Authorization: :dsfdksfjdklsfjkldsfj- dsfd= (access_id : signature) HTTP/ OK Date: Mon, 03 Mar :00:00 GMT Content- Length: 112 Connection: close Content- Type: application/xml REST XML Expected Result <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf- 8"?> <CloudServerAPI> <Status>SUCCESS</Status> </CloudServerAPI> 29
30 API 4 Server Soft Reboot Web Service Name soft_reboot (ID_4) REST http method POST Description REST example Http Code if success Request Signature Anonymous access Possible Error Soft reboot the cloud server 200 Yes Not accept General errors 1. Expired signature ExpiredSig Invalid headers InvalidHeader Incorrect Locale code passing InvalidLocale No such member NotExistMem No such Cloud Server NoSuchVM Fail Authentication FailAuth Account problem or suspended ACPrb The cloud server is locked by other process. VMLocked The cloud server was suspended. VMSuspended Unsupported REST action NoRestMethod Server unexpected error UnexpectedError Service unavailable UnavailableService 503 REST Request Header POST / HTTP/1.1 Host: a.cserver.mygrid.asia Content- Length: 0 Date: Mon, 03 Mar :00: (or passing x- pan- date instead of Date) 30
31 REST Respond Header if success Authorization: :dsfdksfjdklsfjkldsfj- dsfd= (access_id : signature) HTTP/ OK Date: Mon, 03 Mar :00:00 GMT Content- Length: 112 Connection: close Content- Type: application/xml REST XML Expected Result <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf- 8"?> <CloudServerAPI> <Status>SUCCESS</Status> </CloudServerAPI> 31
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