IN THIS ARTICLE
- Details on Qumulo's GitHub open source community
- All of our samples are under open-source license and can be used directly or customized by anyone.
Qumulo culture values openness and transparency, with an emphasis on sharing. We want to extend this culture to customers that use the Qumulo REST APIs by sharing samples using our APIs via GitHub. You can find the samples here: https://github.com/Qumulo
Our goals in sharing samples on GitHub include:
- Make it easy for our customers new to the Qumulo REST API to understand how it works
- Provide a good, representative cross-section of samples for common tasks including disk utilities, creating shares and storage statistics
- Provide reference implementations for common customer sample requests such as monitoring agents and working with time series data from our clusters
- Provide a central clearinghouse for customers who want to share their own Qumulo REST API samples with others
- Provide guidance to customers to help ensure code quality through good coding standards and tests
- Daily Storage Reports - an example dashboard application showing cluster capacity, throughput, IOPs and more. Users can view, filter and email HTML and PDF reports.
- qutil - Quick, simple command-line utility for non-admin interactions with a Qumulo server.
- python_scripts - A collection of useful python scripts for use with Qumulo REST API.
- soft_quota - soft_quota script for Qumulo clusters.
- qdu - Qumulo disk usage script.
- project_template - A template project for those interested in our API to start building their own Qumulo REST API projects.
With many more to follow over the coming months.
If you are new to Git and/or GitHub, you can learn about how to use them here.
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