DigitalOcean provides several command-line interfaces (CLIs) and application programming interfaces (APIs) for managing your DigitalOcean resources.
doctl CLI enables you to manage your DigitalOcean resources from the command line.
|How-Tos||Guides on topics like how to install and configure
|Reference||A complete reference for every command provided by
This API lets you programmatically manage your Droplets and other resources using conventional HTTP requests.
|Tutorials||A few tutorials on how to authenticate with and use the DigitalOcean API|
|Reference||A reference for the DigitalOcean API|
|Libraries||Client libraries for the DigitalOcean API for various programming languages|
Programmatically manage your data with Spaces’ AWS S3-compatible object storage API.
|Reference||A reference for the Spaces API|
The Droplet Metadata API Allows a Droplet to access data about itself, and can be queried by sending a request to the Droplet's metadata endpoint.
|Reference||A reference for the Droplet Metadata API|
The DigitalOcean OAuth API enables third-party applications to obtain limited access to DigitalOcean user accounts.
|Reference||A reference for the OAuth API|
v1.20.0 of the DigitalOcean Terraform Provider is now available. This release includes the addition of a
digitalocean_tags data source and improvements to other tag-related resources.
Released v1.45.1 of doctl, the official DigitalOcean CLI. This release updates doctl's Snap packaging that allow Snap users to log in to DigitalOcean Container Registry using the
doctl registry login command. To grant access doctl access to your Docker configuration, run
snap connect doctl:dot-docker.
v1.19.0 of the DigitalOcean Terraform Provider is now available. This release includes initial support the DigitalOcean Container Registry.
Released v1.45.0 of doctl, the official DigitalOcean CLI. This release includes new
doctl kubernetes 1-click list and
doctl compute droplet 1-click list subcommands.
Released v1.44.0 of doctl, the official DigitalOcean CLI. This release includes support for specifying a non-default VPC when creating Droplets, load balancers, and Kubernetes clusters. It also adds the ability to set an expiration time for container registry credentials. This can be useful when calling
doctl registry login as part of a CI/CD process. A new
doctl 1-click list subcommand is now also available.
For more information, see the full release notes.