Transcending microservices hell for Supergraph Nirvana
Presentation by Jesse Martin

If you've worked in technology for longer than a couple of years, you'll have taken a ride on the architectural see-saw. After throwing out your monoliths with the proverbial bathwater and going all in on microservices, you decide that actually the microservices suck too and you're going back to the monolith.

Every few years the trends seem to change with organizations switching architecture patterns when existing technology solutions don't quite fix what are often the business-derived problems of data ownership, access management, privacy, storage, and mapping.

In this talk, I'll provide insight into backends for databases, and why many organizations are starting to create their own graphql-based data supergraph.


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