A Fork in the Code: cli and Powershell projects

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  • cli-jsonnet

    Akamai CLI module for managing configurations as Jsonnet code.

    cli-jsonnet is used by service reliability engineers and software developers to manage Akamai delivery configurations and is known to be especially valuable for commerce and public sector customers using CDN services. It’s ideal for people in charge of managing multiple clones of the same configuration, or who are managing many configurations with shared components.

  • postman-jsonnet

    Write postman unit test suites declaratively using Jsonnet.

    The project is led by Akamai Sr Enterprise Architect and Developer Champion, Anthony Hogg. Anthony makes updates to address bug fixes and DX improvements based on developer feedback. The project has been stable, but evolution of products and APIs may require future commits. There is an accompanying Postman collection available which helps customers maintain their unit tests as code and reuse their configuration data to generate Postman test suites which can be run in postman or on the command line.

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  • akamaipowershell

    Powershell module for Akamai {OPEN} APIs

    Originally built to help support a particular customer, akamaipowershell now helps any Akamai admin who needs to use a combination of scripts and individual commands to manage their Akamai estate. According to project lead, Stuart Macleod, Enterprise Architect and Developer Champion at Akamai, the primary design tenet was “one CLI to rule them all”. As a result, all the PowerShell functions have a consistent interface, without any dependencies.

NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts plus user suggested alternatives. Hence, a higher number means a more popular project.

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