Learn how to generate, update, and disable your Linode API key.
Using the Linode API, it is possible to set up NodeBalancers without using the Linode Manager. This guide will demonstrate the API calls needed to add and configure a NodeBalancer with two back end nodes.
This guide introduces the Linode API and demonstrates several basic queries. It also covers authentication and the process of creating a new Linode through the API.
Create an OAuth 2 app utilizing the Linode API through the Linode APIv4 Python library.
The Linode Command Line Interface (CLI) is an open-source command line tool for managing your Linode services. You can reboot your Linode, update an MX record for your domain, manage your NodeBalancers, create a StackScript, and more from the command line on any computer, without logging into the Linode Manager.
Linode’s Block Storage service allows you to attach additional storage volumes to your Linode. This guide demonstrates how to create, attach, clone, and resize Volumes using the Linode API.
The new Linode API includes a number of additional features and changes from previous API versions. This guide is intended to help existing users upgrade to the new API.
The Linode CLI provides a simplified interface to the Linode API. This guide shows how to install the CLI and describes how to perform basic tasks from the command line.