Slamby API v1.5.0

Slamby introduces Slamby Server (API). Build powerful data management service, store and analyze your data. This documentation shows you a quick overview of the available API endpoints, functions, technical details and business usage.

With Slamby you can:

  • Store and manage your data easily
  • Get high data security and privacy
  • Use improved data analysis
  • Create category recommendation engine
  • Create similar product recommendation engine
  • Create search engine with type fix and search query classification


  • Search engine service (MVP)
  • Classifier service recommend -> parent tag filter
  • API Setup page, accept license section


  • Released v1.5.0

Once you've registered your client it's easy to start working with Slamby API.

All endpoints are only accessible via https and are located at or

Demo server access:

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For on-premise hosting please contact us:

Tip: The CLIENT_ID is your unique identifier what you get after your server is ready to use.


To complete your Slamby API installation follow the steps below:

  • open the setup page at http://api-url/setup

  • request an open-source license for test purpose (free)

  • set the API secret

  • set your license

  • Now your API ready for use

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API update

There are two ways two update your Slamby API, depending whish hosting you have.

Saas, or Microsoft Azure Marketplace

When you are using your Slamby API via Microsoft Azure Marketplace, or SaaS by Slamby then you can use our built-in update endpoint.


GET /update


HTTP/1.1 200 OK OK

When the response is OK it means you have an update endpoint.

Update your API


POST /update


HTTP/1.1 200 OK

    "Log": "slamby_redis is up-to-date\nslamby_api_updater is up-to-date\nslamby_elasticsearch is up-to-date\nslamby_api is up-to-date\nslamby_nginx is up-to-date\n"

On-premise update

When you installed Slamby API on your machine, then download and replace your docker-compose file with the latest version, then docker-compose up -d.


The base of the authentication is the API_KEY. You have to provide it in the authorization header. It is required for every API call.

The examples of the documentation are presuming that you provide the API key in the header.


Header Value
Authorization Slamby API_KEY

Tip: You will get your API_KEY after your server is ready to use.

Processor core management

Using your API you can set the required amount of processor core to each process. To set the suitable core number manually you can use X-API-Parallel-Limit in the request header.


Header Value
X-API-Parallel-Limit 2

This example set 2 processor cores to the given process.

When this header is not set, the basic value is the available maximum core number.

API Version

Every response contains API version information in response HTTP X-API-Version header.


X-Api-Version: 1.5.0