While there had been always a plethora of options to install Zato with, under RHEL/CentOS, Ubuntu, Debian or Docker, now a newly added chapter of the documentation explains how to install the Python-based integration platform from source code as well.
This is essentially two commands, one to obtain the code from GitHub and another to run the installer.
$ git clone https://github.com/zatosource/zato && zato/code $ ./install.sh
Alright, and the third to confirm the installation :-)
$ ./bin/zato --version Zato 3.0.0pre1.rev-21dbcdfa $
So here you have it - installing Zato from source - surely will come in handy if you’d like to try out Zato in a system for which there are no pre-built packages or in other situations in which case please drop an email to email@example.com telling us where elsewhere, in addition to already supported systems, you would like for Zato to run. Thanks!