Authentication

Every API request must have an accompanying API key in the Authorization header. For more information on how to generate an API key, see here

Your API key should never be made publicly available, published to a public repository, or used on a client side web app. If you would like to use the API from a web app, you should create a thin-client service that acts as a passthrough for your API requests.

Requests are limited by hub tier - for specific rate limits visit this page.

Authentication Example Using List Containers
$ curl https://api.cycle.io/v1/containers \
-H
"Authorization: Bearer API_KEY"
\
-H
"X-Hub-Id=HUB_ID"