This article is to support customers of Runner, a product that enables teams, developers, and engineers to quickly provision, interact, and modify their environments anywhere - CenturyLink Cloud, third-party cloud providers, and on-premises.
Overview: What is Runner?
Runner is a new product from CenturyLink that enables fast and easy automation and orchestration on the CenturyLink Platform, as well as third-party cloud providers such as Amazon’s AWS and Microsoft’s Azure and on-premises infrastructure and devices. Runner provides the ability to quickly provision and modify resources on any environment, and gives users a true hybrid-IT solution.
Runner Feature list
- Programmable API
- Rich UI
- Highly Available, Resilient Infrastructure
There are two ways to interact with Runner:
1. Via the User Interface (UI) - In the Control Portal, click on Runner, under Orchestration in the drop-down menu, or you can go directly to Runner at runner.ctl.io.
2. Via the Application Programming Interface (API) - This API is RESTful, using JSON messages over HTTPS and relying on the standard HTTP verbs including GET, POST, PUT and, DELETE.
The general URL format of the service is:
Note: You will need access to the CenturyLink Cloud Platform as an authorized user to be able to use Runner.
For more information on how to use Runner, please take a look at the documentation in our Knowledge Base
If you have questions or feedback, please submit them to our team by emailing [email protected].