2020-02-04, 17:40–18:05, B.2.015
Pulp (pulpproject.org) enables users to organize and distribute software. Now that Pulp 3.0 is generally available, it’s time to integrate it into your software delivery workflows. While the REST API is the primary integration point, it is the OpenAPI schema definition of that API that enables users to build client libraries in various languages. These clients simplify the integration with Pulp 3.
This talk will provide a brief introduction to OpenAPI. This will be followed by a demonstration of how to use the Pulp’s OpenAPI schema to generate a Python client for Pulp’s REST API. The Python client will then be used to perform various workflows in Pulp 3.
I am a Senior Software Engineer at Red Hat. I am a full time contributor to Pulp (pulpproject.org).
I have been contributing to open source projects since 2010. I joined Red Hat in 2013. During my time at Red Hat I have contributed to ImageFactory, OpenStack Nova, and Pulp.