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Serverless + GraphQL = Developer Nirvana

Implementing a GraphQL Gateway to the Enterprise enables extreme innovation

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The serverless revolution has been great. We all know there is the potential for it to cut costs, handle an influx in traffic, and move businesses faster. Lambda functions are great, but exposing them still requires an API Gateway. A GraphQL gateway sitting in front of…

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A collection of stories that have anything and everything to do with DevOps from horror stories to success stories. If it's about Gitlab, Jenkins, Chef, Ansible, AWS, Azure, Kubernetes, Software Engineer then it belongs here.

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Tj Blogumas

Tj Blogumas

DevOps Architect @ a large financial institution. DevOps practitioner for over a decade. Technology and Automation enthusiast.

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