Topic: graphql

SD Times news digest: Slash GraphQL, Snyk closes $200 million round of funding, and DataStax introduces Indexing for Apache Cassandra

GraphQL database company Dgraph has announced the release of Slash GraphQL, a fully-managed GraphQL backend service for building GraphQL apps. According to the company, SlashGraphQL features custom logic and access to remote HTTP endpoints, the ability to run graph queries, integration with remote GraphQL servers, and more.  “Dgraph is unique: it’s the only native GraphQL … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Yellowbrick and Protegrity data security partnership, Netlify to support self-hosted Git repos and Hasura Cloud

Yellowbrick Data and Protegrity are teaming up to provide advanced data security and privacy solutions.  “Protegrity delivers leading-edge data security and privacy solutions to the world’s largest enterprises across the leading platforms and data stores,” said Allen Holmes, vice president of business development at Yellowbrick Data. “Combined with the power and scale of Yellowbrick’s hybrid … continue reading

quantum computing

SD Times news digest: Google hits quantum computing milestone, Red Hat launches Digital Transformation Office, GraphQL Foundation adds seven new members

Google researchers announced that they have achieved quantum supremacy by using a quantum computer to solve a problem that would take an average computer an impractically long amount of time to solve. Their quantum computer correctly performed a computation in 200 seconds that would have taken the most powerful supercomputer thousands of years to accomplish, … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Instana adds deep inspection of GraphQL queries, Applitools adds functional and visual testing capabilities, and CodeSignal launches Certify

Application performance management (APM) provider Instana announced the extension of monitoring and tracing capabilities for microservice applications that use GraphQL. Instana captures the GraphQL HTTP traffic and displays the executing query as plain text and then parses the actual GraphQL queries. “Since application and microservice platform technology continues to evolve, it’s critical for application management … continue reading

Apollo Federation brings GraphQL to microservices

The Apollo team wants to help developers adopt GraphQL within their microservice architectures with the announcement of its open-source project Apollo Federation. According to Apollo’s engineering manager James Baxley III, developers want to be able to access data through a single GraphQL query even if that data lives in separate places. Before Apollo Federation, Baxley … continue reading

Biotech firms turns to open source for speed

Founded 10 years ago by a group of MIT scientists, Massachusetts-based biotech firm Ginkgo Bioworks has found great success in leveraging a number of open-source technologies to speed up and automate a wide variety of synthetic biology laboratory tasks. The organization’s main focus is the genetic engineering of compound-producing bacteria for a range of industrial … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Principled GraphQL

GraphQL is quickly becoming the preferred approach for working with APIs. It is a query language for APIs, and is designed to give users more insight and understanding into the data inside their APIs. According to GraphQL platform provider Apollo, it’s also so much more than a query language. “It’s a comprehensive solution to the … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Apollo GraphQL Platform

Apollo made its GraphQL Platform open-core this week, making the platform’s core GraphQL development capabilities free and open source, with additional commercial plugins for purchase. Matt DeBergalis, co-founder and vice president of product at Apollo, explained the release takes into consideration many of the proposed GraphQL standards that Apollo and users of their platform have … continue reading

The Linux Foundation announces plans to form GraphQL foundation

In an effort to grow and sustain the GraphQL ecosystem, The Linux Foundation has announced plans to launch a new open-source foundation for it. GraphQL is an API technology that was initially developed by Facebook. The GraphQL Foundation will be a collaborative effort between industry leaders and users. Its mission will be to “enable widespread … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Hasura GraphQL Engine, Pusher’s Beams API, and The Linux Foundation’s blockchain course

Hasura has announced that event triggers are now available in Hasura GraphQL Engine. This open-source capability is designed to enable developers to rigger serverless functions or webhooks whenever there is a change in the database. According to the company, some use cases that this will provide include creating push notifications that trigger when a new … continue reading

premium How GraphQL is competing with REST

The representational state transfer (REST) API has served its purpose of exposing application-level information for web services over the last 15 years, but in an industry that’s constantly evolving, there are always new approaches that are popping up and transforming the way we work. Enter GraphQL. GraphQL is a data query language for APIs that … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: GraphQL Engine from Hasura

With its open source release this week, GraphQL-as-a-Service company Hasura’s GraphQL Engine is looking to lift the burden on front-end and enterprise application developers who want to begin incorporating GraphQL’s data querying and manipulation capabilities in their preexisting Postgres-based applications without having to dig through the back-end of GraphQL’s code to implement it. ”GraphQL and … continue reading

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