Globoplay leverages the supergraph to unify and boost its customer experience
Apollo GraphOS is a key platform for the development team to work softly with GraphQL. It provides a bunch of tools and APIs that allow us to establish a secure development pipeline to compose and deliver new pieces to our supergraph.
Without the supergraph, we’d still be trying to figure out how to build a user journey for the fleet business.
With a supergraph, we could create a single source of truth for definitions of every entity in our data model . . . eliminating a huge amount of maintenance work associated with these disparate graphs. For us, it was worth it.
In some cases, teams are almost doubling the speed at which they are releasing features and we are not even close to finishing our modernization journey ... We're just getting faster and faster.
Centralized monolithic api services are difficult to scale now that we have 1000+ engineers in many time zones. Federation makes it easier to run an automated, centralized API service, which is fantastic. But it really works well with Apollo’s schema management tools because that’s what makes the automation actually possible
How fast can you onboard [a new] employee and make them productive? Effectively GraphQL takes [away] that burden of talking to the right people, finding the right endpoints…That’s absolutely critical. How are you going to build innovative products if your engineers spend most of their time trying to find where the data is coming from?
We introduced a new subgraph in the federated graph [for backend compliance logic when Zillow was becoming a brokerage], and it was a complete success … 70 systems migrated without any advance, and we had the deadline, right on the dot.
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