The Torque REST API allows client applications to perform some of the actions you can perform in Torque's web UI application and automate the consumption of Torque environments as part of a CI/CD process. Available actions include:
- Get/validate/publish blueprints
- Update/delete editable blueprints
- Manage blueprint policy
- Launch/manage environments
- Get/create execution hosts
- Manage account security policies
- Manage Torque settings*
Using the REST API
To test the API methods, you will need an access token to be set in the Authorize section. If you got to this page from your Torque account, we already made it available for you, but you can switch to a different token as needed.
To get a different token, use the Get token function available under the Access Tokens section. After running the method, copy the
access_token you get in the response and set it in the Authorize
Bearer access_token field's. For example: Bearer fqSWuw72BbUVFn8AbokF77GJ0r5KEn9MiZjLXF8kBwI.