(Migrated) Zato 2.0 released - ESB, SOA, REST, APIs and Cloud Integrations in Python

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Hello,

I’m very happy to let you know that Zato 2.0 has just been released!

https://zato.io/docs

Version 2.0 brings dozens of interesting features building on and
greatly enriching already existing capabilities.

Major features include:

  • A Dockerfile to install a fully-operational cluster of 2 servers,
    load-balancer and web-admin in 10 minutes
  • New connection types: Cloud Amazon S3 and OpenStack Swift, Cassandra
    CQL, Solr, ElasticSearch, Odoo/OpenERP, SMTP and IMAP
  • Redis-based REST publish/subscribe
  • REST services, channels, outgoing connections and a helper JSON adapter
  • HTTP GUI Audit Log for requests and responses
  • Asynchronous integration patterns: fan-out/fan-in, parallel execution
    and invoke/retry
  • Notificators for SQL and OpenStack Swift
  • New security mechanisms: RBAC (Role-Based Access Control), SSL/TLS,
    OAuth, API Keys, XPath-based, NTLM, Amazon AWS
  • Re-usable JSON Pointer and XPath expressions
  • New Suds-based SOAP connections
  • Redis HA with Sentinels
  • Distributed locks
  • Framework for API testing (zato-apitest - API Testing for Humans)
  • rc.d scripts and systemd integration
  • New SimpleIO data types: CSV, Dict, Float, List, ListOfDicts, Opaque
  • HTML responses with Django templates
  • Bash completion

The full changelog lists all the additions and updates:

https://zato.io/docs/project/changelog.html

Many thanks to everyone who helped in preparing the release. In
particular, special and warm thank you to:

  • Carles Sala Cladellas
  • Axel Mendoza Pupo
  • Danilo Chilene
  • Francisco Zanfranceschi
  • Myroslav Opyr
  • David Wilson
  • Rob Dux
  • Daniel Reis
  • Ernesto Revilla Derksen
  • Finn Gruwier Larsen
  • Anielkis Herrera
  • Allan Douglas R. de Oliveira
  • 李观平
  • Alex Tyrba
  • Rafał Krysiak
  • Andrzej Wróbel
  • Filip Kłosowski

You are all great! :slight_smile:

Hi,

Looks good! Congrats on the new release.

I’m going to install it and try the tutorial again. :slight_smile:

On Wed, Jan 28, 2015 at 2:31 AM, Dariusz Suchojad dsuch@zato.io wrote:

Hello,

I’m very happy to let you know that Zato 2.0 has just been released!

https://zato.io/docs

Version 2.0 brings dozens of interesting features building on and
greatly enriching already existing capabilities.

Major features include:

  • A Dockerfile to install a fully-operational cluster of 2 servers,
    load-balancer and web-admin in 10 minutes
  • New connection types: Cloud Amazon S3 and OpenStack Swift, Cassandra
    CQL, Solr, ElasticSearch, Odoo/OpenERP, SMTP and IMAP
  • Redis-based REST publish/subscribe
  • REST services, channels, outgoing connections and a helper JSON adapter
  • HTTP GUI Audit Log for requests and responses
  • Asynchronous integration patterns: fan-out/fan-in, parallel execution
    and invoke/retry
  • Notificators for SQL and OpenStack Swift
  • New security mechanisms: RBAC (Role-Based Access Control), SSL/TLS,
    OAuth, API Keys, XPath-based, NTLM, Amazon AWS
  • Re-usable JSON Pointer and XPath expressions
  • New Suds-based SOAP connections
  • Redis HA with Sentinels
  • Distributed locks
  • Framework for API testing (zato-apitest - API Testing for Humans)
  • rc.d scripts and systemd integration
  • New SimpleIO data types: CSV, Dict, Float, List, ListOfDicts, Opaque
  • HTML responses with Django templates
  • Bash completion

The full changelog lists all the additions and updates:

https://zato.io/docs/project/changelog.html

Many thanks to everyone who helped in preparing the release. In
particular, special and warm thank you to:

  • Carles Sala Cladellas
  • Axel Mendoza Pupo
  • Danilo Chilene
  • Francisco Zanfranceschi
  • Myroslav Opyr
  • David Wilson
  • Rob Dux
  • Daniel Reis
  • Ernesto Revilla Derksen
  • Finn Gruwier Larsen
  • Anielkis Herrera
  • Allan Douglas R. de Oliveira
  • =E6=9D=8E=E8=A7=82=E5=B9=B3
  • Alex Tyrba
  • Rafa=C5=82 Krysiak
  • Andrzej Wr=C3=B3bel
  • Filip K=C5=82osowski

You are all great! :slight_smile:

This is great news that must be spread! Thank you for providing us with
such a piece of solution.

On 28 January 2015 at 12:52, Danilo Chilene bicofino@gmail.com wrote:

Hi,

Looks good! Congrats on the new release.

I’m going to install it and try the tutorial again. :slight_smile:

On Wed, Jan 28, 2015 at 2:31 AM, Dariusz Suchojad dsuch@zato.io wrote:

Hello,

I’m very happy to let you know that Zato 2.0 has just been released!

https://zato.io/docs

Version 2.0 brings dozens of interesting features building on and
greatly enriching already existing capabilities.

Major features include:

  • A Dockerfile to install a fully-operational cluster of 2 servers,
    load-balancer and web-admin in 10 minutes
  • New connection types: Cloud Amazon S3 and OpenStack Swift, Cassandra
    CQL, Solr, ElasticSearch, Odoo/OpenERP, SMTP and IMAP
  • Redis-based REST publish/subscribe
  • REST services, channels, outgoing connections and a helper JSON adapt=
    er
  • HTTP GUI Audit Log for requests and responses
  • Asynchronous integration patterns: fan-out/fan-in, parallel execution
    and invoke/retry
  • Notificators for SQL and OpenStack Swift
  • New security mechanisms: RBAC (Role-Based Access Control), SSL/TLS,
    OAuth, API Keys, XPath-based, NTLM, Amazon AWS
  • Re-usable JSON Pointer and XPath expressions
  • New Suds-based SOAP connections
  • Redis HA with Sentinels
  • Distributed locks
  • Framework for API testing (zato-apitest - API Testing for Humans)
  • rc.d scripts and systemd integration
  • New SimpleIO data types: CSV, Dict, Float, List, ListOfDicts, Opaque
  • HTML responses with Django templates
  • Bash completion

The full changelog lists all the additions and updates:

https://zato.io/docs/project/changelog.html

Many thanks to everyone who helped in preparing the release. In
particular, special and warm thank you to:

  • Carles Sala Cladellas
  • Axel Mendoza Pupo
  • Danilo Chilene
  • Francisco Zanfranceschi
  • Myroslav Opyr
  • David Wilson
  • Rob Dux
  • Daniel Reis
  • Ernesto Revilla Derksen
  • Finn Gruwier Larsen
  • Anielkis Herrera
  • Allan Douglas R. de Oliveira
  • =E6=9D=8E=E8=A7=82=E5=B9=B3
  • Alex Tyrba
  • Rafa=C5=82 Krysiak
  • Andrzej Wr=C3=B3bel
  • Filip K=C5=82osowski

You are all great! :slight_smile:

Congraulations on the release, Dariusz!

David

On Wed, Jan 28, 2015 at 05:31:48AM +0100, Dariusz Suchojad wrote:

Hello,

I’m very happy to let you know that Zato 2.0 has just been released!

https://zato.io/docs

Version 2.0 brings dozens of interesting features building on and
greatly enriching already existing capabilities.

Major features include:

  • A Dockerfile to install a fully-operational cluster of 2 servers,
    load-balancer and web-admin in 10 minutes
  • New connection types: Cloud Amazon S3 and OpenStack Swift, Cassandra
    CQL, Solr, ElasticSearch, Odoo/OpenERP, SMTP and IMAP
  • Redis-based REST publish/subscribe
  • REST services, channels, outgoing connections and a helper JSON adapter
  • HTTP GUI Audit Log for requests and responses
  • Asynchronous integration patterns: fan-out/fan-in, parallel execution
    and invoke/retry
  • Notificators for SQL and OpenStack Swift
  • New security mechanisms: RBAC (Role-Based Access Control), SSL/TLS,
    OAuth, API Keys, XPath-based, NTLM, Amazon AWS
  • Re-usable JSON Pointer and XPath expressions
  • New Suds-based SOAP connections
  • Redis HA with Sentinels
  • Distributed locks
  • Framework for API testing (zato-apitest - API Testing for Humans)
  • rc.d scripts and systemd integration
  • New SimpleIO data types: CSV, Dict, Float, List, ListOfDicts, Opaque
  • HTML responses with Django templates
  • Bash completion

The full changelog lists all the additions and updates:

https://zato.io/docs/project/changelog.html

Many thanks to everyone who helped in preparing the release. In
particular, special and warm thank you to:

  • Carles Sala Cladellas
  • Axel Mendoza Pupo
  • Danilo Chilene
  • Francisco Zanfranceschi
  • Myroslav Opyr
  • David Wilson
  • Rob Dux
  • Daniel Reis
  • Ernesto Revilla Derksen
  • Finn Gruwier Larsen
  • Anielkis Herrera
  • Allan Douglas R. de Oliveira
  • 李观平
  • Alex Tyrba
  • Rafał Krysiak
  • Andrzej Wróbel
  • Filip Kłosowski

You are all great! :slight_smile:

Hi Dariusz,

That’re some great news!
I’m definitely looking forward to giving this new beast a try.

Congrats and thanks to all of you!

Carles

El 28/01/15 a les 05:31, Dariusz Suchojad ha escrit:

Hello,

I’m very happy to let you know that Zato 2.0 has just been released!

https://zato.io/docs

Version 2.0 brings dozens of interesting features building on and
greatly enriching already existing capabilities.

Major features include:

  • A Dockerfile to install a fully-operational cluster of 2 servers,
    load-balancer and web-admin in 10 minutes
  • New connection types: Cloud Amazon S3 and OpenStack Swift, Cassandra
    CQL, Solr, ElasticSearch, Odoo/OpenERP, SMTP and IMAP
  • Redis-based REST publish/subscribe
  • REST services, channels, outgoing connections and a helper JSON adapter
  • HTTP GUI Audit Log for requests and responses
  • Asynchronous integration patterns: fan-out/fan-in, parallel execution
    and invoke/retry
  • Notificators for SQL and OpenStack Swift
  • New security mechanisms: RBAC (Role-Based Access Control), SSL/TLS,
    OAuth, API Keys, XPath-based, NTLM, Amazon AWS
  • Re-usable JSON Pointer and XPath expressions
  • New Suds-based SOAP connections
  • Redis HA with Sentinels
  • Distributed locks
  • Framework for API testing (zato-apitest - API Testing for Humans)
  • rc.d scripts and systemd integration
  • New SimpleIO data types: CSV, Dict, Float, List, ListOfDicts, Opaque
  • HTML responses with Django templates
  • Bash completion

The full changelog lists all the additions and updates:

https://zato.io/docs/project/changelog.html

Many thanks to everyone who helped in preparing the release. In
particular, special and warm thank you to:

  • Carles Sala Cladellas
  • Axel Mendoza Pupo
  • Danilo Chilene
  • Francisco Zanfranceschi
  • Myroslav Opyr
  • David Wilson
  • Rob Dux
  • Daniel Reis
  • Ernesto Revilla Derksen
  • Finn Gruwier Larsen
  • Anielkis Herrera
  • Allan Douglas R. de Oliveira
  • 李观平
  • Alex Tyrba
  • Rafał Krysiak
  • Andrzej Wróbel
  • Filip Kłosowski

You are all great! :slight_smile:

Congratulations with the release!

Looking forward to testing this.

On Fri, Jan 30, 2015 at 11:24 AM, Coeuz coeuz@coeuz.net wrote:

Hi Dariusz,

That’re some great news!
I’m definitely looking forward to giving this new beast a try.

Congrats and thanks to all of you!

Carles

El 28/01/15 a les 05:31, Dariusz Suchojad ha escrit:

Hello,

I’m very happy to let you know that Zato 2.0 has just been released!

https://zato.io/docs

Version 2.0 brings dozens of interesting features building on and
greatly enriching already existing capabilities.

Major features include:

  • A Dockerfile to install a fully-operational cluster of 2 servers,
    load-balancer and web-admin in 10 minutes
  • New connection types: Cloud Amazon S3 and OpenStack Swift, Cassandra
    CQL, Solr, ElasticSearch, Odoo/OpenERP, SMTP and IMAP
  • Redis-based REST publish/subscribe
  • REST services, channels, outgoing connections and a helper JSON adapt=
    er
  • HTTP GUI Audit Log for requests and responses
  • Asynchronous integration patterns: fan-out/fan-in, parallel execution
    and invoke/retry
  • Notificators for SQL and OpenStack Swift
  • New security mechanisms: RBAC (Role-Based Access Control), SSL/TLS,
    OAuth, API Keys, XPath-based, NTLM, Amazon AWS
  • Re-usable JSON Pointer and XPath expressions
  • New Suds-based SOAP connections
  • Redis HA with Sentinels
  • Distributed locks
  • Framework for API testing (zato-apitest - API Testing for Humans)
  • rc.d scripts and systemd integration
  • New SimpleIO data types: CSV, Dict, Float, List, ListOfDicts, Opaque
  • HTML responses with Django templates
  • Bash completion

The full changelog lists all the additions and updates:

https://zato.io/docs/project/changelog.html

Many thanks to everyone who helped in preparing the release. In
particular, special and warm thank you to:

  • Carles Sala Cladellas
  • Axel Mendoza Pupo
  • Danilo Chilene
  • Francisco Zanfranceschi
  • Myroslav Opyr
  • David Wilson
  • Rob Dux
  • Daniel Reis
  • Ernesto Revilla Derksen
  • Finn Gruwier Larsen
  • Anielkis Herrera
  • Allan Douglas R. de Oliveira
  • =E6=9D=8E=E8=A7=82=E5=B9=B3
  • Alex Tyrba
  • Rafa=C5=82 Krysiak
  • Andrzej Wr=C3=B3bel
  • Filip K=C5=82osowski

You are all great! :slight_smile: