Apollo GraphQL today introduced Supergraph, a company data network, microservices and digital capabilities that allows product teams and engineers to create a better experience for users.

The supergraph works as a composition layer and facilitates collaboration between backend data services and interface applications and devices.

Supergraph also helps control complexity by automating composition throughout the organization, providing better performance and several ways to organize and recombine business domain models to meet future needs.

At the same time, Apollo is also releasing major updates to the core components of its supergraph stack. These include the Apollo Router, a free and open supergraph based on Rust, and two new features for the free Apollo Studio level.

These new features are schema validation, which helps to make sure that the newly created schema does not violate client applications, and startup, which offers the visibility of the schema validation and startup process. These components were previously only available to corporate customers.

According to the company, these features are combined with the updates made Apollo Federation back in April they worked to make the supergraph easy to use, more powerful and free.

“Supergraph is a new way to think about GraphQL,” said Matt DeBergalis, CTO and co-founder of Apollo GraphQL. “It’s more than a way to connect UIs to the data and services they need to run – it’s a layer of composition that can span the entire organization. We have already seen that supergraphs have become the standard implementation of GraphQL, which provides some of the most sophisticated digital experiences in the world. It is a declarative and modular architecture that everyone can use and standardize. ”

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