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Copyright Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. 2020. All rights reserved.No part of this document may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means without priorwritten consent of Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.Trademarks and Permissionsand other Huawei trademarks are trademarks of Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.All other trademarks and trade names mentioned in this document are the property of their respectiveholders.NoticeThe purchased products, services and features are stipulated by the contract made between Huawei andthe customer. All or part of the products, services and features described in this document may not bewithin the purchase scope or the usage scope. Unless otherwise specified in the contract, all statements,information, and recommendations in this document are provided "AS IS" without warranties, guaranteesor representations of any kind, either express or implied.The information in this document is subject to change without notice. Every effort has been made in thepreparation of this document to ensure accuracy of the contents, but all statements, information, andrecommendations in this document do not constitute a warranty of any kind, express or implied.Issue 15 (2019-05-31)Copyright Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.i

Auto ScalingAPI ReferenceContentsContents1 Before You Start. 11.1 Overview. 11.2 API Calling.11.3 Endpoints.11.4 Constraints. 11.5 Concepts. 22 API Overview. 43 Calling APIs. 53.1 Making an API Request. 53.2 Authentication. 93.3 Response. 113.4 Obtaining a Project ID.124 Getting Started. 144.1 Creating an AS Group.145 API. 165.1 AS Groups. 165.1.1 Creating an AS Group. 165.1.2 Querying AS Groups. 245.1.3 Querying AS Group Details. 305.1.4 Modifying an AS Group. 355.1.5 Deleting an AS Group. 435.1.6 Enabling or Disabling an AS Group. 455.2 AS Configurations. 475.2.1 Creating an AS Configuration. 475.2.2 Querying AS Configurations. 635.2.3 Querying AS Configuration Details. 705.2.4 Deleting an AS Configuration. 755.2.5 Batch Deleting AS Configurations. 775.3 Instances in an AS Group. 795.3.1 Querying Instances in an AS Group. 795.3.2 Removing a Specified Instance from an AS Group. 845.3.3 Performing Operations on Instances in Batches.86Issue 15 (2019-05-31)Copyright Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.ii

Auto ScalingAPI ReferenceContents5.4 AS Policies.905.4.1 Creating an AS Policy. 905.4.2 Creating an AS Policy (V2). 975.4.3 Modifying an AS Policy. 1085.4.4 Modifying an AS Policy (V2). 1145.4.5 Querying AS Policies. 1255.4.6 Querying AS Policies (V2). 1315.4.7 Querying All AS Policies (V2). 1395.4.8 Querying AS Policy Details. 1475.4.9 Querying Details of an AS Policy (V2).1525.4.10 Executing, Enabling, or Disabling an AS Policy. 1585.4.11 Deleting an AS Policy. 1605.4.12 Performing Operations on AS Policies in Batches. 1625.5 AS Policy Execution Logs. 1655.5.1 Querying AS Policy Execution Logs.1655.6 Scaling Action Logs. 1705.6.1 Querying Scaling Action Logs. 1715.6.2 Querying Scaling Action Logs (V2). 1755.7 Quotas. 1825.7.1 Querying AS Quotas. 1825.7.2 Querying AS policy and instance quotas. 1855.8 Notifications. 1875.8.1 Enabling Notification for an AS Group. 1885.8.2 Querying an AS Group Notification List.1915.8.3 Deleting a Notification for an AS Group. 1945.9 Lifecycle Hook.1955.9.1 Creating a Lifecycle Hook. 1955.9.2 Querying Lifecycle Hooks. 2005.9.3 Querying Lifecycle Hook Details. 2035.9.4 Modifying a Lifecycle Hook. 2065.9.5 Calling Back an Instance Lifecycle Hook.2105.9.6 Querying Instance Suspension. 2135.9.7 Deleting a Lifecycle Hook. 2165.10 Tag Management. 2175.10.1 Querying Tags. 2185.10.2 Querying Tags of a Resource. 2205.10.3 Creating or Deleting a Tag. 2225.10.4 Querying Resources. 2265.11 API Management. 2335.11.1 Querying API Versions.2335.11.2 Querying a Specified API Version.2356 Permissions Policies and Supported Actions. 239Issue 15 (2019-05-31)Copyright Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.iii

Auto ScalingAPI ReferenceContents6.1 Introduction. 2396.2 AS Group. 2416.3 AS Configuration.2426.4 Instance. 2436.5 AS Policy. 2446.6 AS Policy Execution Log. 2476.7 Scaling Action Log.2476.8 Quota. 2486.9 Notification. 2486.10 Lifecycle Hook. 2496.11 Tag Management. 251A Appendix. 252A.1 AS Metrics. 252A.2 Error Codes. 254B Change History. 295Issue 15 (2019-05-31)Copyright Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.iv

Auto ScalingAPI Reference1 Before You Start1Before You Start1.1 OverviewWelcome to Auto Scaling API Reference. Auto Scaling (AS) is a service thatautomatically adjusts resources (elastic cloud server and bandwidth resources)based on your service requirements and configured AS policies. You can specify ASpolicies based on service requirements. These policies free you from having torepeatedly adjust resources to keep up with service changes and demand spikes,helping you reduce the resources and manpower required. This documentdescribes how to use application programming interfaces (APIs) to performoperations on AS groups, such as creating, deleting, or modifying AS groups. Fordetails about all supported operations, see API Overview.If you plan to access AS through an API, ensure that you are familiar with ASconcepts. For details, see Auto Scaling User Guide.1.2 API CallingAS supports Representational State Transfer (REST) APIs, allowing you to call APIsusing HTTPS. For details about API calling, see Calling APIs.1.3 EndpointsRegion and endpoint are the request address for calling an API. Endpoints varydepending on services and regions. For the endpoints of the AS service, seeRegions and Endpoints.1.4 Constraints The numbers of AS groups and AS configurations that you can create aredetermined by your quota. For details, see What Is the AS Quota? For more constraints, see API description.Issue 15 (2019-05-31)Copyright Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.1

Auto ScalingAPI Reference1 Before You Start1.5 Concepts AccountAn account is created upon successful registration. The account has full accesspermissions for all of its cloud services and resources. It can be used to resetuser passwords and grant user permissions. The account is a payment entity,which should not be used directly to perform routine management. To ensureaccount security, create Identity and Access Management (IAM) users andgrant them permissions for routine management. UserAn IAM user is created by an account in IAM to use cloud services. Each IAMuser has its own identity credentials (password and access keys).API authentication requires information such as the account name, username,and password. RegionRegions are divided based on geographical location and network latency.Public services, such as Elastic Cloud Server (ECS), Elastic Volume Service(EVS), Object Storage Service (OBS), Virtual Private Cloud (VPC), Elastic IP(EIP), and Image Management Service (IMS), are shared within the sameregion. Regions are classified into universal regions and dedicated regions. Auniversal region provides universal cloud services for common tenants. Adedicated region provides specific services for specific tenants.For details, see Region and AZ. AZAn AZ comprises of one or more physical data centers equipped withindependent ventilation, fire, water, and electri

For details, see Auto Scaling User Guide. 1.2 API Calling AS supports Representational State Transfer (REST) APIs, allowing you to call APIs using HTTPS. For details about API calling, see Calling APIs. 1.3 Endpoints Region and endpoint are the request address for calling an API. Endpoints vary depending on services and regions. For the endpoints of the AS service, see Regions and Endpoints. 1 .

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