Web hosting company MediaTemple provides an API to access many of its services, such as adding temporary disk space or rebooting the server. With the API users can access statistics, reboot servers, check billing status and more. The API methods focus on two areas: Service info and controls, and Performance Stats. Some of the functionality includes:
Provision a new (ve) Server or (dv) 4.0 Server
Access realtime and historical server status info
Reboot user server(s)
List primary, access domains, and hostservers
Securely set a root password
Securely set Plesk password (if applicable)
Flush firewall rules (iptables)
Instantly add temporary disk space
List all (mt) hosting & add-on services
Check user account billing status
The API uses RESTful calls and responses are formatted in XML and JSON.
If you're a developer hosting your apps on MediaTemple, then you'll want to get into the beta of the new MediaTemple API. Though you need to apply to get access, the company has provided quite a bit of information to drool over while you await for your API application to be approved.
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