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Open Source ESB, APIs, AI
and Cloud Integrations in Python

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Cloud-based connections are a staple of modern API integrations - this article shows how, in just a few lines of Python code, Zato makes their usage easy, convenient and extremely effective.

Topics: API

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The next Zato release will offer a native Mac installer while for now an installation from source is needed - read on for details on how to set up Zato today using Homebrew.

Topics: Mac

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Zato startup callable objects are a means through which arbitrary Python functions or classes can be invoked when a server is booting up in order to influence its configuration or setup, even before any service is invoked.

This technique offers customisation possibilities in addition to the standard configuration options set before a server starts - read on to learn details.

Topics: Server

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Acting as containers for enterprise APIs, Zato services are able to invoke each other to form higher-level processes and message flows. What if a service needs to invoke a hot-deployable Python function or method, though? Read on to learn details of how to accomplish it.

Topics: Tip

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In addition to a GUI, Python and REST APIs, it is now possible to access your Zato caches from command line. Learn from this article how to quickly check, set and delete keys in this way - particularly useful for remote SSH connections to Zato environments.

Topics: Cache