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HTTP 200 : CloudGrade GET/describe/{cloudgrade}
CloudGrades provide summarized numeric and textual performance descriptors for cloud services. To produce these descriptors, benchmark metrics for cloud services are compared to those of a reference system and the resulting ratios reduced to a single numeric value used to correlate the descriptors
						{
  "benchmarks": [
    {
      "benchmark": "hpcc", 
      "metric": "hpl_tflops", 
      "name": "HPL", 
      "statistic": "median", 
      "version": "1.4.1", 
      "weight": 200
    }, 
    {
      "benchmark": "speccpu2006", 
      "metric": "specfp_rate_base2006", 
      "name": "SPECfp 2006 - base rate", 
      "perRunStatistic": "median", 
      "statistic": "median", 
      "version": 1.20, 
      "weight": 350
    }, 
    {
      "benchmark": "speccpu2006", 
      "metric": "specint_rate_base2006", 
      "name": "SPECint 2006 - base rate", 
      "perRunStatistic": "median", 
      "statistic": "median", 
      "version": 1.20, 
      "weight": 350
    }, 
    {
      "benchmark": "geekbench", 
      "metric": "geekbench", 
      "name": "Geekbench", 
      "statistic": "median", 
      "version": "2.3.3", 
      "weight": 100
    }
  ], 
  "datasets": [
    {
      "current": true, 
      "earliest": "2012-07-15 21:28 PDT", 
      "id": "cloudharmony.cloudgrade_cpu_performance_1_0", 
      "isPublic": true, 
      "latest": "2012-12-14 07:55 PST", 
      "owner": "cloudharmony", 
      "records": 81, 
      "version": 1
    }
  ], 
  "description": "Measures CPU performance relative to a Dell M610 PowerEdge server with dual quad core Intel Xeon E5506 2.13GHz processors, 16GB DDR3-1066 memory and 2.5\u201d Seagate SAS 15K RPM drives. The core SPEC CPU benchmarks, SPECint and SPECfp (base + rate metrics) are the largest contributors to this metric, with HPL and Geekbench also used.\n\nA score of 100 signifies comparable performance to the baseline, greater than 100 better, and less than 100 worse.", 
  "id": "cloudharmony.cpu_performance", 
  "labels": [
    {
      "id": "performance_class", 
      "ranges": [
        {
          "label": "very_high", 
          "rank": 1, 
          "valueStart": 140
        }, 
        {
          "label": "high", 
          "rank": 2, 
          "valueStart": 70, 
          "valueStop": 140
        }, 
        {
          "label": "moderate", 
          "rank": 3, 
          "valueStart": 40, 
          "valueStop": 70
        }, 
        {
          "label": "low", 
          "rank": 4, 
          "valueStart": 10, 
          "valueStop": 40
        }, 
        {
          "label": "very_low", 
          "rank": 5, 
          "valueStop": 10
        }
      ]
    }, 
    {
      "id": "performance_grade", 
      "ranges": [
        {
          "label": "A+", 
          "rank": 1, 
          "valueStart": 200
        }, 
        {
          "label": "A", 
          "rank": 2, 
          "valueStart": 140, 
          "valueStop": 200
        }, 
        {
          "label": "A-", 
          "rank": 3, 
          "valueStart": 100, 
          "valueStop": 140
        }, 
        {
          "label": "B+", 
          "rank": 4, 
          "valueStart": 80, 
          "valueStop": 100
        }, 
        {
          "label": "B", 
          "rank": 5, 
          "valueStart": 70, 
          "valueStop": 80
        }, 
        {
          "label": "B-", 
          "rank": 6, 
          "valueStart": 60, 
          "valueStop": 70
        }, 
        {
          "label": "C+", 
          "rank": 7, 
          "valueStart": 50, 
          "valueStop": 60
        }, 
        {
          "label": "C", 
          "rank": 8, 
          "valueStart": 40, 
          "valueStop": 50
        }, 
        {
          "label": "C-", 
          "rank": 9, 
          "valueStart": 30, 
          "valueStop": 40
        }, 
        {
          "label": "D+", 
          "rank": 10, 
          "valueStart": 20, 
          "valueStop": 30
        }, 
        {
          "label": "D", 
          "rank": 11, 
          "valueStart": 10, 
          "valueStop": 20
        }, 
        {
          "label": "D-", 
          "rank": 12, 
          "valueStart": 5, 
          "valueStop": 10
        }, 
        {
          "label": "F", 
          "rank": 13, 
          "valueStop": 5
        }
      ]
    }
  ], 
  "name": "CloudGrade CPU Performance", 
  "percentile": 90, 
  "reference": [
    {
      "definition": "compute_service_id equal 'baremetalcloud:compute' AND instance_id equal 'e5506x2-sas15k-16gb'", 
      "multiplier": 100, 
      "statistic": "median"
    }
  ], 
  "scope": [
    "compute_service_id", 
    "cpu_name", 
    "instance_id", 
    "region", 
    "subregion"
  ], 
  "serviceType": "compute", 
  "statistic": "gmean"
}						
Describe CloudGrade

Describes a CloudGrade including the benchmarks used, reference system, descriptors, statistical calculations and datasets available


Test console
Description
Parameter
string

Identifier of the CloudGrade to return the description for. Use 'List CloudGrades' for valid options
Example: cloudharmony.cpu_performance

cloudgrade

Required

string

A JSON-P callback function to pad the response with (response is the first function argument). This parameter is added automatically by jQuery (i.e. jQuery.ajax, jQuery.getJSON) to work around cross site scripting (XSS) restrictions
Example: my_callback_function

callback

Optional

string

Format string for dates - valid format options are documented here: http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.date.php
Example: Y-m-d H:i T

format-date

Optional

boolean

When true, dates will be rendered in response JSON as Date objects instead of strings

use-date-object

Optional

boolean

If true, responses will be rendered in a more human readable format including indentation and the response content-type will be text/json instead of application/json

beautify

Optional

  • string – 'cloudgrade' parameter is not valid. Use 'List CloudGrades' for valid options

    HTTP 400
  • string – Service is currently unavailable

    HTTP 503
HTTP 200 : CloudGrade_List GET/list/{serviceType}
List of CloudGrades available for a specific type of cloud service
						{
  "cloudgrades": [
    "cloudharmony.cpu_performance", 
    "cloudharmony.disk_consistency", 
    "cloudharmony.disk_performance", 
    "cloudharmony.encoding_performance", 
    "cloudharmony.memory_performance", 
    "cloudharmony.server_performance"
  ], 
  "serviceType": "compute"
}						
List CloudGrades

Provides a list of the CloudGrade identifiers available for a specific cloud service type. These identifiers may be used by API methods with a 'cloudgrade' parameter (e.g. 'Describe CloudGrade')


Test console
Description
Parameter
string

The type of cloud service to provide CloudGrade identifiers for - valid options are: 'compute', 'storage', 'cdn', 'dns' or 'paas'
Example: compute

serviceType

Required

string

A JSON-P callback function to pad the response with (response is the first function argument). This parameter is added automatically by jQuery (i.e. jQuery.ajax, jQuery.getJSON) to work around cross site scripting (XSS) restrictions
Example: my_callback_function

callback

Optional

boolean

If true, responses will be rendered in a more human readable format including indentation and the response content-type will be text/json instead of application/json

beautify

Optional

  • string – 'serviceType' parameter is not valid - valid options are 'compute', 'storage', 'cdn', 'dns' or 'paas'

    HTTP 400
  • string – Service is currently unavailable

    HTTP 503

Query

HTTP 200 : CloudGrade_Query GET/query/{cloudgrade}
Provides results for a CloudGrade query
						{
  "cloudgrade": "cloudharmony.cpu_performance", 
  "count": 4, 
  "current": true, 
  "dataset": "cloudharmony.cloudgrade_cpu_performance_1_0", 
  "labels": [
    "performance_class", 
    "performance_grade"
  ], 
  "limit": 3, 
  "mergeValue": "median", 
  "mergeVariance": "stdev", 
  "offset": 0, 
  "records": [
    {
      "earliest": "2012-07-08 21:13 PDT", 
      "labels": [
        "low", 
        "C-"
      ], 
      "latest": "2012-12-14 07:55 PST", 
      "merged": 4, 
      "scope": [
        "aws:ec2", 
        "Intel Xeon E5645 2.40GHz", 
        "m1.large"
      ], 
      "value": 32.26, 
      "variance": 0.52
    }, 
    {
      "earliest": "2012-07-08 21:13 PDT", 
      "labels": [
        "high", 
        "A-"
      ], 
      "latest": "2012-11-08 03:33 PST", 
      "merged": 2, 
      "scope": [
        "aws:ec2", 
        "Intel Xeon X5550 2.67GHz", 
        "m2.4xlarge"
      ], 
      "value": 127.05, 
      "variance": 10.68
    }, 
    {
      "earliest": "2012-11-07 17:23 PST", 
      "labels": [
        "very_high", 
        "A"
      ], 
      "latest": "2012-11-07 17:30 PST", 
      "scope": [
        "aws:ec2", 
        "Intel Xeon E5-2665 0 2.40GHz", 
        "m2.4xlarge"
      ], 
      "value": 147.59
    }
  ], 
  "scope": [
    "compute_service_id", 
    "cpu_name", 
    "instance_id"
  ], 
  "scopeReduce": [
    "region", 
    "subregion"
  ], 
  "version": 1
}						
Query CloudGrade

Provides access to CloudGrade records using customizable query parameters. To first determine which cloud services have CloudGrade records available use 'Summarize CloudGrade'. Use of the 'csv' request argument will provide in tabular results in place of JSON where each row defines a single unique scope and the associated records


Test console
Description
Parameter
string

Identifier of the CloudGrade to query. Use 'List CloudGrades' for valid options
Example: cloudharmony.cpu_performance

cloudgrade

Required

string

Optional identifier of a specific dataset to query. Use 'Describe CloudGrade' for the available dataset identifiers. If not specified, the first current CloudGrade dataset will be used
Example: cloudharmony.cloudgrade_cpu_performance_1_0

dataset

Optional

string

Optional date before which records should be ignored - most English textual date strings are supported (e.g. y-m-d or m/d/y). Alternatively, this parameter can be a time span identifier relative to the current date in the format: [quantity][duration]. For example, a value of '1m' includes records up to 1 month old and a value of '90d' includes records up to 90 days old. The following identifiers are supported: 'i': Minutes, 'h': Hours, 'd': Days, 'w': Weeks, 'm': Months, and 'y': Years
Example: 3m

earliest

Optional

string

Optional date after which records should be ignored - most English textual date strings are supported (e.g. y-m-d or m/d/y). Alternatively, this parameter can be a time span identifier relative to the current date in the format: [quantity][duration]. For example, a value of '1m' includes records up to 1 month old and a value of '90d' includes records up to 90 days old. The following identifiers are supported: 'i': Minutes, 'h': Hours, 'd': Days, 'w': Weeks, 'm': Months, and 'y': Years
Example: 2012-11-01

latest

Optional

number

The maximum number of records to return. If the total number of records for a query is greater than this value, use 'offset' to access the additional records. The maximum 'limit' permitted is 100
Example: 25

limit

Optional

boolean

If true, duplicate records for a unique cloud system will be merged into a single record using 'mergePercentile' and 'statistic'. If false, the duplicate records will be returned (i.e. same 'scope' for multiple records)

merge

Optional

string

Used when 'merge' is true, and multiple records exist for the same cloud system (i.e. same scope for multiple records). In this scenario, if mergePercentile is specified, a percentage of the worst (or best) duplicate records will be discarded according to the value specified by this parameter. For example, if 10 duplicate records exist, 'merge' is true, and 'mergePercentile' is 90, the best 9 of the 10 records will be kept. For the worst 9 of 10, use a negative 'mergePercentile' value (e.g. -90). To disregard both the worst and the best 10% of records, prefix the 'mergePercentile' value with '+-' (e.g. +-10)
Example: 90

mergePercentile

Optional

string

Used when 'merge' is true, and multiple records exist for the same cloud system (i.e. same scope for multiple records). In this scenario, the duplicate records are merged using the statistical calculation specified by this parameter. The following calculations are supported: median: Median; mean: Mean; gmean: Geometric Mean; hmean: Harmonic Mean; latest: Latest; earliest: Earliest; min: Min; max: Max; best: Best; worst: Worst;
Example: median

mergeValue

Optional

string

Used when 'merge' is true, and multiple records exist for the same cloud system (i.e. same scope for multiple records). In this scenario, this parameter is used to calculate a 'variance' metric representing how much variation or dispersion exists between the merged record values. The following calculations are supported: stdev: Sample Standard Deviation; stdevp: Population Standard Deviation; stdevr: Relative Sample Standard Deviation; stdevrp: Relative Population Standard Deviation; var: Sample Variance; varp: Population Variance;
Example: stdev

mergeVariance

Optional

number

If the total number of records for a query is greater than 'limit', only the first 'limit' records will be returned. In this scenario, use 'offset' to access the additional records. For example, if a query returns a total of 100 records, 'limit' is 25 and 'offset' is 0, only records 1-25 will be returned. To access records 26-50, invoke the query method again with an 'offset' of 25

offset

Optional

string

Optional parameter for filtering records based on values in their scope. This parameter should be encoded using a JSON string conforming to one of the following: Object encoding (simple equality matching): { "attribute_name1": "value1", "attribute_name2": "value2" } When object encoding is used, the keys should correspond with the names of scope attributes, and only cloud services with matching scope values will be returned. Array encoding (complex filtering): [{ "attribute": "attribute_name1", "operator": "equal", "value": "value1" }] Array encoding enables more complex filtering using diverse match operators including the following: equal: Equal; lt: Less Than; gt: Greater Than; ne: Not Equal; lte: Less Than or Equal to; gte: Greater Than or Equal to; contains: Contains; ncontains: Does not contain; In the case of both encoding options, each filter is joined using an 'AND' conjunctive. To apply multiple filters using an 'OR' conjunctive, express the filter value as an array - e.g. { "attribute_name1": ["value1", "value2"] }
Example: [{ "attribute": "compute_service_id", "operator": "equal", "value": "aws:ec2" }, { "attribute": "storage_config", "operator": "contains", "value": "ebs" }]

scopeFilter

Optional

string

Optional parameter used to descrease the granularity of the cloud service records returned by a query. It specifies the names of attributes to remove from the default CloudGrade scope. The default scope is provided by 'Describe CloudGrade'. Multiple attributes may be specified each separated by a comma. The final scope after reductions must contain at least one attribute.
Example: cpu_name,storage_config

scopeReduce

Optional

string

Optional parameter used to sort query results on specific scope attributes. Multiple sorting attributes may be specified each separated by a comma and optionally followed by a sorting method ('ASC' for ascending, 'DESC' for descending). The default sort order is by CloudGrade value where the first record is the best value and the last is the worst
Example: compute_service_id,instance_id DESC

scopeSort

Optional

string

A JSON-P callback function to pad the response with (response is the first function argument). This parameter is added automatically by jQuery (i.e. jQuery.ajax, jQuery.getJSON) to work around cross site scripting (XSS) restrictions
Example: my_callback_function

callback

Optional

string

Format string for dates - valid format options are documented here: http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.date.php
Example: Y-m-d H:i T

format-date

Optional

boolean

When true, dates will be rendered in response JSON as Date objects instead of strings

use-date-object

Optional

boolean

If true, responses will be rendered in a more human readable format including indentation and the response content-type will be text/json instead of application/json

beautify

Optional

boolean

If true, responses will be rendered in CSV instead of JSON format and the response content-type will be text/csv. Can also be implicitely specific using a '.csv' suffix in the http request (e.g. /query/somedata.csv)

csv

Optional

  • string – a method parameter is not valid. When this error occurs, an error code will be present in the 'cloudharmony-api-invalid' response header

    HTTP 400
  • string – Service is currently unavailable

    HTTP 503
HTTP 200 : CloudGrade_Summary GET/summarize/{cloudgrade}
Provides a summary of the cloud services that CloudGrade records are available for
						{
  "cloudgrade": "cloudharmony.cpu_performance", 
  "count": 16, 
  "current": true, 
  "dataset": "cloudharmony.cloudgrade_cpu_performance_1_0", 
  "records": [
    {
      "count": 3, 
      "earliest": "2012-07-08 21:13 PDT", 
      "latest": "2012-11-08 03:33 PST", 
      "scope": [
        "aws:ec2", 
        "Intel Xeon X5550 2.67GHz", 
        "m2.4xlarge"
      ]
    }, 
    {
      "count": 2, 
      "earliest": "2012-11-03 09:03 PDT", 
      "latest": "2012-11-07 17:30 PST", 
      "scope": [
        "aws:ec2", 
        "Intel Xeon E5-2665 0 2.40GHz", 
        "m2.4xlarge"
      ]
    }, 
    {
      "count": 5, 
      "earliest": "2012-07-08 21:13 PDT", 
      "latest": "2012-11-07 16:37 PST", 
      "scope": [
        "aws:ec2", 
        "Intel Xeon E5645 2.40GHz", 
        "m1.xlarge"
      ]
    }, 
    {
      "count": 2, 
      "earliest": "2012-07-08 21:13 PDT", 
      "latest": "2012-11-07 15:45 PST", 
      "scope": [
        "aws:ec2", 
        "Intel Xeon E5645 2.40GHz", 
        "m1.medium"
      ]
    }, 
    {
      "count": 2, 
      "earliest": "2012-11-03 08:53 PDT", 
      "latest": "2012-11-07 14:06 PST", 
      "scope": [
        "aws:ec2", 
        "Intel Xeon E5507 2.27GHz", 
        "m1.large"
      ]
    }, 
    {
      "count": 6, 
      "earliest": "2012-07-08 21:13 PDT", 
      "latest": "2012-12-14 07:55 PST", 
      "scope": [
        "aws:ec2", 
        "Intel Xeon E5645 2.40GHz", 
        "m1.large"
      ]
    }, 
    {
      "count": 2, 
      "earliest": "2012-07-08 21:13 PDT", 
      "latest": "2012-11-04 03:38 PST", 
      "scope": [
        "aws:ec2", 
        "Intel Xeon X5570 2.93GHz", 
        "cc1.4xlarge"
      ]
    }, 
    {
      "count": 1, 
      "earliest": "2012-11-03 12:07 PDT", 
      "latest": "2012-11-03 12:15 PDT", 
      "scope": [
        "aws:ec2", 
        "Intel Xeon E5-2670 0 2.60GHz", 
        "m3.2xlarge"
      ]
    }, 
    {
      "count": 1, 
      "earliest": "2012-11-03 09:03 PDT", 
      "latest": "2012-11-03 09:18 PDT", 
      "scope": [
        "aws:ec2", 
        "Intel Xeon E5620 2.40GHz", 
        "hi1.4xlarge"
      ]
    }, 
    {
      "count": 1, 
      "earliest": "2012-11-03 09:02 PDT", 
      "latest": "2012-11-03 09:09 PDT", 
      "scope": [
        "aws:ec2", 
        "Intel Xeon E5-2670 0 2.60GHz", 
        "m3.xlarge"
      ]
    }, 
    {
      "count": 1, 
      "earliest": "2012-07-08 21:13 PDT", 
      "latest": "2012-07-15 21:28 PDT", 
      "scope": [
        "aws:ec2", 
        "Intel Xeon E5506 2.13GHz", 
        "c1.xlarge"
      ]
    }, 
    {
      "count": 1, 
      "earliest": "2012-07-14 03:53 PDT", 
      "latest": "2012-07-15 21:28 PDT", 
      "scope": [
        "aws:ec2", 
        "Intel Xeon E5645 2.40GHz", 
        "m1.small"
      ]
    }, 
    {
      "count": 1, 
      "earliest": "2012-07-08 21:13 PDT", 
      "latest": "2012-07-15 21:28 PDT", 
      "scope": [
        "aws:ec2", 
        "Intel Xeon E5506 2.13GHz", 
        "c1.medium"
      ]
    }, 
    {
      "count": 1, 
      "earliest": "2012-07-08 21:13 PDT", 
      "latest": "2012-07-15 21:28 PDT", 
      "scope": [
        "aws:ec2", 
        "Intel Xeon X5550 2.67GHz", 
        "m2.2xlarge"
      ]
    }, 
    {
      "count": 1, 
      "earliest": "2012-07-08 21:13 PDT", 
      "latest": "2012-07-15 21:28 PDT", 
      "scope": [
        "aws:ec2", 
        "Intel Xeon X5550 2.67GHz", 
        "m2.xlarge"
      ]
    }, 
    {
      "count": 1, 
      "earliest": "2012-07-08 21:13 PDT", 
      "latest": "2012-07-15 21:28 PDT", 
      "scope": [
        "aws:ec2", 
        "Intel Xeon E5-2670 0 2.60GHz", 
        "cc2.8xlarge"
      ]
    }
  ], 
  "scope": [
    "compute_service_id", 
    "cpu_name", 
    "instance_id"
  ], 
  "scopeReduce": [
    "region", 
    "subregion"
  ], 
  "version": 1
}						
Summarize CloudGrade

Provides a summary of the available CloudGrade records using customizable query parameters. Use of the 'csv' request argument will provide in tabular results in place of JSON where each row defines a single unique scope and the associated records


Test console
Description
Parameter
string

Identifier of the CloudGrade to summarize. Use 'List CloudGrades' for valid options
Example: cloudharmony.cpu_performance

cloudgrade

Required

string

Optional identifier of a specific dataset to query. Use 'Describe CloudGrade' for the available dataset identifiers. If not specified, the first current CloudGrade dataset will be used
Example: cloudharmony.cloudgrade_cpu_performance_1_0

dataset

Optional

string

Optional date before which records should be ignored - most English textual date strings are supported (e.g. y-m-d or m/d/y). Alternatively, this parameter can be a time span identifier relative to the current date in the format: [quantity][duration]. For example, a value of '1m' includes records up to 1 month old and a value of '90d' includes records up to 90 days old. The following identifiers are supported: 'i': Minutes, 'h': Hours, 'd': Days, 'w': Weeks, 'm': Months, and 'y': Years
Example: 3m

earliest

Optional

string

Optional date after which records should be ignored - most English textual date strings are supported (e.g. y-m-d or m/d/y). Alternatively, this parameter can be a time span identifier relative to the current date in the format: [quantity][duration]. For example, a value of '1m' includes records up to 1 month old and a value of '90d' includes records up to 90 days old. The following identifiers are supported: 'i': Minutes, 'h': Hours, 'd': Days, 'w': Weeks, 'm': Months, and 'y': Years
Example: 2012-11-01

latest

Optional

string

Optional parameter for filtering records based on values in their scope. This parameter should be encoded using a JSON string conforming to one of the following: Object encoding (simple equality matching): { "attribute_name1": "value1", "attribute_name2": "value2" } When object encoding is used, the keys should correspond with the names of scope attributes, and only cloud services with matching scope values will be returned. Array encoding (complex filtering): [{ "attribute": "attribute_name1", "operator": "equal", "value": "value1" }] Array encoding enables more complex filtering using diverse match operators including the following: equal: Equal; lt: Less Than; gt: Greater Than; ne: Not Equal; lte: Less Than or Equal to; gte: Greater Than or Equal to; contains: Contains; ncontains: Does not contain; In the case of both encoding options, each filter is joined using an 'AND' conjunctive. To apply multiple filters using an 'OR' conjunctive, express the filter value as an array - e.g. { "attribute_name1": ["value1", "value2"] }
Example: { "compute_service_id": "aws:ec2", "storage_config": "ebs" }

scopeFilter

Optional

string

Optional parameter used to descrease the granularity of the cloud service records returned for the summary. It specifies the names of attributes to remove from the default CloudGrade scope. The default scope is provided by 'Describe CloudGrade'. Multiple attributes may be specified each separated by a comma. The final scope after reductions must contain at least one attribute
Example: region,subregion

scopeReduce

Optional

string

Optional parameter used to sort query results on specific scope attributes. Multiple sorting attributes may be specified each separated by a comma and optionally followed by a sorting method ('ASC' for ascending, 'DESC' for descending). The default sort order is all the summary scope attributes in ascending order
Example: compute_service_id,instance_id DESC

scopeSort

Optional

string

A JSON-P callback function to pad the response with (response is the first function argument). This parameter is added automatically by jQuery (i.e. jQuery.ajax, jQuery.getJSON) to work around cross site scripting (XSS) restrictions
Example: my_callback_function

callback

Optional

string

Format string for dates - valid format options are documented here: http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.date.php
Example: Y-m-d H:i T

format-date

Optional

boolean

When true, dates will be rendered in response JSON as Date objects instead of strings

use-date-object

Optional

boolean

If true, responses will be rendered in a more human readable format including indentation and the response content-type will be text/json instead of application/json

beautify

Optional

boolean

If true, responses will be rendered in CSV instead of JSON format and the response content-type will be text/csv. Can also be implicitely specific using a '.csv' suffix in the http request (e.g. /query/somedata.csv)

csv

Optional

  • string – a method parameter is not valid. When this error occurs, an error code will be present in the 'cloudharmony-api-invalid' response header

    HTTP 400
  • string – Service is currently unavailable

    HTTP 503

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