OpenStack Identity Authentication Library
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This package contains tools for authenticating to an OpenStack-based cloud. These tools include:

  • Authentication plugins (password, token, and federation based)
  • Discovery mechanisms to determine API version support
  • A session that is used to maintain client settings across requests (based on the requests Python library)

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