Netooze API

Secure programmatic access to Netooze control panel functions via HTTP requests and call functions.

API stands for Application Programming Interface, and it is a software mediator that allows two applications to communicate with one another. An API is used every time you use an app like Facebook, send an instant message, or check the weather on your phone.

RESTful Interface

API is based on the REST architectural style.

JSON Data

Requested API data is sent in JSON format. Data exchange methods: GET, POST, PUT, and DELETE.

Automate your development

When using our cloud API, you can do almost everything you would do when using the Netooze control panel. Interact with your cloud infrastructure or integrate it with your apps, scripts, and services.

  • Create Account
    Signing up is quick and easy. You can sign up using an email address or using your existing Google or GitHub accounts
  • Create API Key
    Create an API key in the control panel. View the API documentation for details
  • Manage Cloud Services
    Manage cloud servers, networks, and network interfaces, as well as snapshots and other drives using the Netooze API. Get detailed information about projects and tasks, and manage SSH keys.

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Data centers

Allow Netooze Kubernetes to store critical services that enable your apps to run. Authentication and logs will always be portable and available. Our equipment is located in data centers in the US and the EU.

Almaty (Kazteleport)

Our site in Kazakhstan is deployed on the basis of the data center of the Kazteleport company in the city of Almaty. This data center meets all modern requirements for fault tolerance and information security.

Features: Redundancy is made according to the N + 1 scheme, Two independent telecom operators, Network bandwidth up to 10 Gbps. More

Moscow (DataSpace)

DataSpace is the first Russian data center to be certified Tier lll Gold by the Uptime Institute. The data center has been providing its services for more than 6 years.

Features:  N+1 independent electrical circuit, 6 independent 2 MVA transformers, walls, floors, and ceilings have a 2-hour fire-resistance rating. More

Amsterdam (AM2)

AM2 is one of the best European data centers. It is owned by Equinix, Inc., a corporation that has been specializing in the design and operation of data centers in 24 countries for almost a quarter of a century.

It has certificates of a high level of reliability, including a PCI DSS payment card data security certificate.

Features: N+1 power supply reservation, N+2 computer room air conditioning reservation, N+1 cooling unit reservation. It has certificates of a high level of reliability, including a PCI DSS payment card data security certificate. More

New Jersey (NNJ3)

NNJ3 is the next-generation data center. Equipped with an innovative cooling system and carefully protected from natural disasters through thoughtful design and convenient city location (~287 feet above sea level).

It is part of the Cologix corporation, which owns more than 20 modern data centers located in North America.

Features: four fully independent (N + 1) redundant power systems, connection to the local electrical substation JCP & L, and the presence of a pre-fire extinguishing system with double blocking. More

Complete Automated & simplified cloud processing

What is API?

API stands for Application Programming Interface, a software mediator that allows two applications to communicate with one another. An API is used every time you use an app like Facebook, send an instant message, or check the weather on your phone.

What are private and public APIs?

Private APIs are exclusively accessible to personnel within a single organization and are used to optimize internal procedures. Everyone has access to public APIs, which allow any developer to access the features of a particular service.

Why should I use Netooze Cloud Control API?

If you wish to control your cloud infrastructure using a set of standard APIs in a simple, consistent, and rapid manner, you should utilize Netooze API. Developers can use the API to manage supported services consistently throughout their lifecycle, which means fewer APIs to learn when developers add services to their infrastructure. 

What type of resource type operations are supported by Netooze API?

All actions are supported via the Netooze API. These actions are equivalent to creating, reading, updating, removing, or listing cloud-based resources. These activities, for example, allow you to manage the lifecycle of Netooze services, 

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