The Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) API is a web service that enables you to launch and manage Linux/UNIX and Windows server instances in Amazon's data centers. Giving users the ability to "compute" in the cloud, it provides users with complete control of their computing resources and lets them run on Amazon's computing environment. Amazon EC2 changes the economics of computing by allowing users to pay only for capacity that is actually used.
This is a REST-based API. The SOAP interface was deprecated on 1 December 2015.
The WSDL for each supported API version is available from the following URI:
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This Amazon EC2 Node.js library can access Amazon EC2 API and Product Advertising API, both part of Amazon Web Services. Amazon EC2 is about application development stored in a secure cloud. In this library, submitted by user mirkok5, developers can find usage, credentials, metadata API, IAM roles, and tests.
Boto is a Python library that provides an interface to many of Amazon's web services. So far, all of the library's features work with Python 2.6 and 2.7. Compatibility with Python 3.3+ is in the works.
This is a simple API to access Amazon's SQS, EC2, SimpleDB and DevPay LS web services. It uses the QUERY interfaces and patterns the methods after those available from Amazon in their SOAP client for these services.
RightScale's AWS gems provide Ruby interfaces to four key Amazon Web Services: EC2, S3, SQS, and SDB. The gems use Amazon's REST and query interfaces to provide full programmatic control. An optional HTTP layer retries and clears transient error