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August 9, 2023

From Monolith to Federation

Introduction Many organizations own a Monolith (GraphQL or Non-GraphQL) and migrating away always seems an impossible task, most organizations fall into a seemingly endless amount of effort with very little progress to show for it. At Apollo we have seen many different patterns of migrating away from a monolith. In this blog we will discuss […]

July 31, 2023

Secure your GraphQL Microservices

Federation unlocks superpowers for our queries, enabling us to split up business logic and improve performance with features like @defer. However, these same powers can be abused if placed in the wrong hands, so it’s essential to limit who has access to them. The threats Many coordination features of a federated graph rely on an important […]

March 15, 2023

New in Apollo Router v1.12: Improved router security, performance, and extensibility

Just over a year ago, we introduced Apollo Router, the graph router that is now at the heart of Apollo GraphOS. Unlike its predecessor Apollo Gateway, Apollo Router was designed to maximize the performance benefits of GraphQL and supergraph architecture, while being secure by default. After switching to the router, one customer reported a 93% reduction […]

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February 15, 2023

Apollo Federation and GraphOS add support for entity interfaces to streamline collaboration

by Korinne Alpers

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