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Not able to use AWS JAVA SDK to connect to openstack

asked 2013-06-07 07:54:13 -0500

Shankar Ramachandran gravatar image

I got the EC2 credentials from the horizon dashboard . I used the EC2_ACCESS_KEY and EC2_SECRET_KEY to connect to openstack using the AWS Java SDK . I get an error :

I see the following in the Keystone logs: "Authorization fails. EC2 access key not found. " and "EC2 Signature not supplied"

How do I get this to work ?

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answered 2013-06-07 08:38:13 -0500

Everett Toews gravatar image

I would advise not using the AWS Java SDK for this. It's compatibility with OpenStack EC2 API is unknown and trying to use it will be a constant uphill battle.

Because you're asking about the AWS Java SDK, I suspect you need to talk to multiple clouds. The best SDK for doing that is jclouds. Here's the Quick Start: OpenStack guide.

If you need SDKs for anything else, have a look at some of the known SDKs for OpenStack.

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