API Integrations in Python Blog - Page 7


MongoDB connections

2019-03-26

One of the newest additions in Zato 3.1 are MongoDB connections - learn in this article how to create and use them in your Python API services. Read more

HTTP Method and Accept headers

2019-03-18

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. Read more

Two-factor authentication in Zato Dashboard

2019-02-25

This post provides steps needed to enable and make use of TOTP two-factor authentication in Zato Dashboard - the method is compatible with the most popular apps such as Google Authenticator, Authy or FreeOTP. Read more

Zato: A successful Python 3 migration story

2019-02-11

Now that Python 3 support is available as a preview for developers, this post summarizes the effort that went into making sure that Zato works smoothly using both Python 2.7 and 3.x. Read more

Step-by-step: How to use IBM MQ in Python, part 1

2019-02-01

This is part one of a mini-series about working with IBM MQ as a Zato and Python user. This installment will cover installation and configuration whereas the next one will delve into programming tasks. Read more

Managing live WebSocket API clients

2018-10-14

Zato-based WebSockets are a great choice for high-performance API integrations. WebSockets have minimal overhead, which, coupled with their ability to invoke services in a synchronous manner, means that large numbers of clients can easily connect to Zato API servers. Read more

Connecting Zato clusters with WebSockets

2018-09-03

Since version 3.0, it is possible to directly connect Zato clusters and exchange messages as though remote services where running in a local instance. This makes it an ideal choice for environments split into multiple parts. Read more

WebSphere MQ programming in Python with Zato

2018-01-29

WebSphere MQ is messaging middleware by IBM - a message queue server - and this post shows how to integrate with MQ from Python and Zato. Read more

PyCharm and Visual Studio Code for API services

2018-01-16

With Zato 3.0, we are excited to announce some popular development environments now have integrated support for hot-deploying Zato services directly from the comfort of your favorite text editor. Read more

API caching in Zato. Part 1 - Introduction.

2017-12-18

One of many exciting features that the upcoming Zato 3.0 release will bring is API caching - this post provides an overview of functionality that is already available if you install Zato directly from source code. Read more