Check out the command line snippet and screenshot below - as of recent git master versions on GitHub it's possible to use MySQL as a Zato's SQL Operational Database. This is in addition to previously supported databases - PostgreSQL and Oracle DB.
The command shown was taken straight from the tutorial - the only difference is that MySQL has been used instead of PostgreSQL.
$ zato quickstart create ~/env/qs-1 mysql localhost 3306 zato1 zato1 localhost 6379 ODB database password (will not be echoed): Enter the odb_password again (will not be echoed): Key/value database password (will not be echoed): Enter the kvdb_password again (will not be echoed): [1/8] Certificate authority created [2/8] ODB schema created [3/8] ODB initial data created [4/8] server1 created [5/8] server2 created [6/8] Load-balancer created Superuser created successfully. [7/8] Web admin created [8/8] Management scripts created Quickstart cluster quickstart-887030 created Web admin user:[admin], password:[ilat-edan-atey-uram] Start the cluster by issuing the /home/dsuch/env/qs-1/zato-qs-start.sh command Visit https://zato.io/support for more information and support options $