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Kubernetes Ruby Client
This Ruby client may be used to call the Google Kubernetes API from an application written in Ruby. This software is Licensed under the Apache Software Foundation. Kubernetes is a container cluster manager made by Google that is optimized for Google Cloud Platform and is open source and free to implement. Across predetermined node instances, Kubernetes is able to schedule container replicas. A master instance will call the Kubernetes API in order to define tasks. Developers can customize the number and type of containers to be created according to the circumstance.
This Ruby gem is the official client reference for accessing the Block.io API from an application in Ruby. Block.io API offers a secure wallet and payment service for transacting the three most common cryptocurrencies (Bitcoin, Doge, & LiteCoin). The Block.io API can be used to return balances, conduct withdrawals and account maintenance, and return user IDs & addresses associated with a specific account.
The Splunk SDK contains library code and examples designed to enable developers to build applications using Splunk. With the Splunk SDK for Ruby developers can write Ruby applications to programmatically interact with the Splunk engine. The SDK is built on top of the REST API, providing a wrapper over the REST API endpoints. The Ruby SDK enables developers to search data, run saved searches, work with search jobs, manage Splunk configurations and objects, integrate search results into applications, log directly to Splunk, and to present a custom UI.
This repository holds Ruby integrations for ElasticSearch, including a client to the ElasticSearch cluster and a Ruby API to interface with the ElasticSearch API. ElasticSearch is a data analysis, monitoring, and search platform. ElasticSearch provides multiple products for monitoring, searching, and organizing data. The ElasticSearch API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of ElasticSearch with other applications.
This toolkit is a Ruby Gem for interfacing with the CrowdFlower REST API from a Ruby application. CrowdFlower is a cloud service that uses crowdsourcing to harness a round-the-clock workforce that spans more than 70 countries, multiple languages, and can access up to half-a-million workers to dispatch diverse tasks and provide near-real time answers.
TweetStream is a code library available on GitHub. In the site, users can find content related to installation, usage, and changes in 2.0. Additionally, they can review methods to use Twitter UserStream and Twitter Site Streams. TweetStream supports OAuth and Basic Auth.
PubNub utilizes a Publish/Subscribe model for real-time data streaming and device signaling which allows for establishing and maintaining a persistent socket connection to any device and push data to global audiences. PubNub also supports several other Ruby SDK's including: Demo Console, Translator, PubNub LiveStream, Sinatra Demo, and Sub & Pub.
This Ruby gem is made for interfacing with the MonkeyLearn web API. MonkeyLearn is a cloud based text mining and semantic processing service. Developers can integrate MonkeyLearn into their app for natural language processing and machine learning customized for uploaded text. Users can extract and classify content using MokneyLearn's web interface or through their APIs. MonkeyLearn hosts a web API with wrappers for major programming languages for compatibility with most applications.