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here’s a couple of things that will be implemented or refactored in
Our development happens in GitHub and once ready the features below will
be announced in this list and made available in source code form:
Making Redis an optional dependency - we will still support it but it
will not be a core requirement anymore
ZeroMQ MDP http://rfc.zeromq.org/spec:7/
Making ZeroMQ, AMQP and WebSphere MQ connectors run in greenlets
instead of connector processes (already done for ZeroMQ)
There will be also more installation options in Amazon - Beanstalk and
AMI - added to https://zato.io/docs/admin/guide/install/index.html
There are more ideas and they will be seen to as well, such as LDAP,
SAP, SMSC, channel caches and others but the above will be the focus of
the next few months.
In particular, plugins will let one create new channels and outgoing
connections without waiting for new Zato releases and share them through
a repository of plugins.
In fact, some new connection types and a few existing ones will be first
rewritten as built-in plugins, that is, sharing the same underlying
codebase that user-defined ones will use.
A patch 2.0.8 release is also planned to cover issues raised since 2.0.7
was put out.
If you have any particular wishes or ideas, please speak up so they can
be discussed and taken into account.