Open Telekom Cloud (OTC) is a public cloud service based on OpenStack powered by Deutsche Telekom. 
Sometimes people ask: is it OpenStack? Or not? The answer is: Of course,yes. No. Maybe. I'm afraid.
One thing is certain: #OTC #RunsOnOpenstack
Technology is provided by Huawei, one of the Top 4 contributor in OpenStack . So you have core technology with slightly different services in OTC. Now there are different ways to connect to the cloud:
1. The openstack client
to install. Further there is a standard way to store configuraton data: os-client-config  Doing some shell commands:
For multiple mandants are multiple chapter. Configure username, password and user_domain_name.
2. Python OTC-Client
The tool is similar built like the openstack client. From the feeling you have the same usage. Installation:
apikey means here password. There were some changes in the authorization in the past.
3. Bash OTC-Tools
This was the first developement of a cli tool for OTC and it's still supported. OpenStack environment variables are used but the usage of the tool is very different.
4. Ansible for Open Telekom Cloud
Ansible is more an tool for automation things or machine to machine connection. But also operator can run task on OTC.
As you can see; many roads lead to Rome
Try your best. The OTC Connect Cheat Sheet can you found at 
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