What is Zato?
Build and orchestrate integration services, expose new or existing APIs, either cloud or on-premise, and use a wide range of connectors, data formats and protocols.
Zato is a tool in the Big Data Tools category of a tech stack.
Zato is an open source tool with 819 GitHub stars and 191 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Zato's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Zato?
4 companies reportedly use Zato in their tech stacks, including Business Infrastructure Systems, SaaS Platform, and SATO Vicinity.
Why developers like Zato?
Here’s a list of reasons why companies and developers use Zato
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- Highly scalable enterprise integration platform and backend application server in Python
- Browser-based GUI, CLI and API - designed by pragmatists for pragmatists
- Protocols, industry standards and data formats - Odoo, SAP, IBM MQ, REST, Publish/Subscribe Queues, Single Sign-On, AMQP, SOAP, SQL, NoSQL, Caching, Kafka, WebSockets, LDAP, ElasticSearch, SMS, ZeroMQ, RBAC, Cassandra, S3, JMS and more
- Commercial support available. Growing community around the project.
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