black-holes

Easy way to handle platform secrets.


License
MIT
Install
pip install black-holes==0.0.32

Documentation

BlackHoles

Black Holes is a simple way to handle your projects secrets using a database or Consul.io.

IMPORTANT: Work-in-Progress. Beta version. Non production software.

Install

Installing from Pip

(pyenv) $ pip install blackhole

Installing from sources:

(pyenv) $ cd black_holes
(pyenv) $ python setup.py install

Usage:

SqliteBlackHole Database BlackHole based

simple usage

Plain {'key': 'values'} storage.

from black_holes import SqliteBlackHole

# Create a new SqliteBlackHole instance
near_black_hole = SqliteBlackHole()

# Create a key called "key" with value "value"
near_black_hole['key'] = 'value'

# print key
print(near_black_hole['key'])
# >>> value

Advanced usage:

Encrypted {'key': 'values'} storage.

from black_holes import SqliteBlackHole

# Create a new SqliteBlackHole instance
near_black_hole = SqliteBlackHole()

# Create a AES Encrypted key
near_black_hole['encrypted_key'] = 'it is a secret'

# Encrypted value
print(near_black_hole['key'])
# >>> Encrypted Value

# Decrypted value
print(near_black_hole['decrypted_key'])
# >>> Decrypted Value

ConsulBlackHole Consul.io BlackHole based

Simple usage

Plain {'key': 'values'} storage.

from black_holes import ConsulBlackHole

# Create a new DEV ConsulBlackHole instance
remote_black_hole = ConsulBlackHole()

# You can also creates a new ConsulBlackHole instance using consul auth token
# remote_black_hole = ConsulBlackHole(token='{consul-io-token}')

# Create a key called "key" with value "value"
remote_black_hole['key']= 'value'

# print key
print(remote_black_hole['key'])
# >>> value

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