ProfitBricks Unveils Ruby SDK for Its REST API
San Antonio, TX, 04/22/2015 – ProfitBricks, the provider of painless cloud infrastructure IaaS, today released its SDK for Ruby, written against the company’s new RESTful API. The new SDK joins ProfitBricks’ previously announced support for the popular multi-cloud open-source Fog project. This new Ruby SDK, which exposes advanced functionality to take advantage of ProfitBricks’ simplicity and productivity, aligns with ProfitBricks’ mission to provide a painless way to automate infrastructure in the cloud.
Ruby is a general-purpose programming language, characterized as dynamic, reflective and object-oriented. Designed to balance functional programming with imperative programming, Ruby supports multiple programming paradigms, and has both a dynamic type system and automatic memory management. Its fundamental characteristics are that it promotes programmer productivity and follows the principles of good user interface design. DevOps pros encounter Ruby when they are working with Chef, one of the most popular DevOps tools.
“Since its inception in 2005, Ruby has gained a substantial community of coders worldwide,” said Achim Weiss, Co-founder and CEO of ProfitBricks. “We’re pleased to add Ruby functionality to our growing list of SDKs and we plan to continue releasing tools to support the DevOps community. Our DevOps Central community is growing rapidly and we’re experiencing a high percentage of new customers leveraging its tutorials and code resources.”
This week, ProfitBricks also added Node.js to its growing list of libraries written against its recently released REST API. To learn more, please visit https://devops.profitbricks.com/
ProfitBricksProfitBricks is the IaaS provider that offers a painless cloud experience for all IT users, with no learning curve. ProfitBricks boasts flexible cloud servers and networking, an integrated Data Center Designer tool for visual control over the cloud and the best price/performance value available. ProfitBricks was named one of the coolest cloud providers of 2015 by CRN and was also the recipient of two CODiE awards and a Frost & Sullivan Cloud innovation award for 2014. With offices in Berlin, Germany, San Antonio, Texas and Boston, Massachusetts, ProfitBricks can be found online at: http://www.profitbricks.com/
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Access the ProfitBricks APIs
ProfitBricks Cloud API Page: https://devops.profitbricks.com/api/
Access the ProfitBricks SOAP API: https://devops.profitbricks.com/api/soap/
Please note: A REST API is now available!
Access the ProfitBricks REST API: https://devops.profitbricks.com/api/rest/
Access ProfitBricks Support for Popular Cloud Libraries
ProfitBricks offers support for three multi-cloud libraries at this time: jclouds, Libcloud, Fog - these popular open-source libraries enable developers and operations pros to automate their cloud infrastructure across multiple clouds or migrate applications and workloads from one cloud to another.
Access ProfitBricks Support for Popular Languages with these SDKs
ProfitBricks offers a PythonSDK that abstracts and provides complete coverage for all current API functions; the library is very specific to ProfitBricks and exposes advanced functionality you may not find in a cloud-agnostic library.
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