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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.

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As of today, everyone building Zato from source will notice a significant decrease in time needed for servers to start and stop - it is now possible for an entire server to boot up to a fully functional state in less than two seconds and to shut down in half a second.

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One of the nice things added in Zato 2.0 is the improved ability to store code of one’s API services directly in a server’s hot-deploy directory - each time a file is saved it is uploaded on server and automatically propagated throughout all the other nodes in a cluster the given server belongs to.

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