You can register and log into the Splitgraph directly from the CLI:
$ sgr cloud register
This will prompt you for a username, password, e-mail, ask you to accept our Terms and Conditions and log you into the registry.
Splitgraph stores your API keys to communicate with the Splitgraph registry and
the REST API in your
.sgconfig file. The only password Splitgraph stores in
.sgconfig file is the password protecting your local engine. It never
stores your cloud password in the config, and it never passes it to the
registry, except at login time when it prompts you for it.
To log into the registry again or get a new set of API keys, use
sgr cloud login.
If you're logged into Splitgraph, you get access to some commands that you can use to interact with Splitgraph directly from your shell:
sgr cloud search: search for Splitgraph data repositories
sgr cloud sql: query Splitgraph's SQL endpoint (Data Delivery Network)
sgr cloud curl: query Splitgraph's REST endpoint
sgr cloud load: upload a
sgr cloud commands, see the
sgr CLI reference.