Jerakia Server released in Jerakia 1.2, it provides a server to expose Jerakia lookup functionality over a REST API to enable easier integration with other tools, and portability for the Jerakia platform to reside on different servers. Jerakia Server by default binds to localhost using HTTP, a simple reverse proxy such as nginx can be used to expose the API over HTTPS across the network. Jerakia uses authentication tokens to control access from different applications.
Currently Jerakia Server offers a REST API supporting;
See the usage instructions for information on how to start Jerakia Server and the API documentation for details of how to interact with the API. There is also a jerakia-client gem which provides ruby bindings and a CLI for interacting with Jerakia Server over REST.