Users may generate their own API keys to access the Qwak API and configure their local client. Additionally, API keys may be used for external integrations and machine to machine communication.
Account admins can generate and revoke API keys for existing users in their account.
Personal API keys are used to access Qwak API from your local machine, and to configure the local client.
Service API keys are used to programmatically access Qwak from other services or integrations.
Use the below commands to interact with the
qwak CLI client instead of the Qwak Web application.
qwak admin api-keys generate --environment-name <environment-name> --user-id <user-id>
- In case the API key already exists, the operation will fail.
qwak admin api-keys generate --environment-name <environment-name> --user-id <user-id> --force
qwak admin api-keys revoke --environment-name <environment-name> --user-id <user-id>
Qwak offers a range of 3 role levels to which users can be assigned.
Administrators have full administrative access to the entire account, managing all aspects of the system.
Maintainers have extended permissions to deploy protected model variations.
Members have access to the entire account except for billing information and protected variations.
Updated 3 days ago