UpCloud is a european based Infrastructure-as-a-service company that provides server deployment and bills based on hours of use. The UpCloud API enables users to perform server resource management programmatically communicating with the UpCloud Control Panel or through a mobile application. The API allows users to automate server resource management. An account is required with service and detailed API documentation is available with login to the user control panel or through a site search.
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The UpCloud Go SDK is a cloud hosting service that features enterprise-grade hardware, floating IPs and private networking, group accounts and server tagging, and 100% uptime SLA. The current version is 2.0.0.
The UpCloud Python SDK is designed to construct functional applications of the UpCloud API. It is scalable to the combination of multiple API endpoints as well as logic. Based on the object-oriented programming (OOP) model, the SDK provides a variety of features for manipulating and managing servers, storage applications, and IP addresses associated with the infrastructure of the UpCloud API. However, users are advised to conduct sufficient tests prior to deploying the SDK in actual production because it is still in an evolving mode.