SoftLayer.ssl

SSL Manager/helpers

license:MIT, see LICENSE for more details.
class SoftLayer.managers.ssl.SSLManager(client)[source]

Manages SSL certificates in SoftLayer.

See product information here: http://www.softlayer.com/ssl-certificates

Example:

# Initialize the Manager.
# env variables. These can also be specified in ~/.softlayer,
# or passed directly to SoftLayer.Client()
# SL_USERNAME = YOUR_USERNAME
# SL_API_KEY = YOUR_API_KEY
import SoftLayer
client = SoftLayer.Client()
mgr = SoftLayer.SSLManager(client)
Parameters:client (SoftLayer.API.BaseClient) – the client instance
add_certificate(certificate)[source]

Creates a new certificate.

Parameters:certificate (dict) – A dictionary representing the parts of the certificate. See developer.softlayer.com for more info.

Example:

cert = ??
result = mgr.add_certificate(certificate=cert)
edit_certificate(certificate)[source]

Updates a certificate with the included options.

The provided dict must include an ‘id’ key and value corresponding to the certificate ID that should be updated.

Parameters:certificate (dict) – the certificate to update.

Example:

# Updates the cert id 1234
cert['id'] = 1234
cert['certificate'] = ??
result = mgr.edit_certificate(certificate=cert)
get_certificate(cert_id)[source]

Gets a certificate with the ID specified.

Parameters:cert_id (integer) – the certificate ID to retrieve

Example:

cert = mgr.get_certificate(cert_id=1234)
print(cert)
list_certs(method='all')[source]

List all certificates.

Parameters:method (string) – The type of certificates to list. Options are ‘all’, ‘expired’, and ‘valid’.
Returns:A list of dictionaries representing the requested SSL certs.

Example:

# Get all valid SSL certs
certs = mgr.list_certs(method='valid')
print certs
remove_certificate(cert_id)[source]

Removes a certificate.

Parameters:cert_id (integer) – a certificate ID to remove

Example:

# Removes certificate with id 1234
result = mgr.remove_certificate(cert_id = 1234)