Zato Blog

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

post 1 image
This is a quick tip on how to quickly and easily enable Bash completion for Zato commands - each time you press Tab when typing a Zato command, its arguments and parameters will be auto-completed.

Topics: Bash

post 5 image
Invoking individual WebSocket connections has been supported since Zato 3.0 and Zato 3.1 adds new functionality on top of it - message broadcasting - which lets one notify all the clients connected to a particular channel. Here is how to use it.

Topics: WebSockets

post 7 image
One of the newest additions in Zato 3.1 are MongDB connections - learn in this article how to create and use them in your Python API services.

Topics: MongoDB, NoSQL

post 8 image
Zato 3.1 includes new means to manage access to REST services based on input Method and Accept headers in HTTP requests - here is how they can be employed in practice.

Topics: REST

post 9 image
Zato has had support for FTP/FTPS since its inception. In Zato 3.1+, SFTP is also an option to consider for file transfer and this post offers an introduction to the functionality.

Topics: SFTP