The traditional approach of providing data access to applications via remote database servers is not ideal for microservices, but what other option is there? And while SQL provides standard access to relational databases, GraphQL can be used with any type of database – and it returns JSON documents.
The modern approach is to build and deploy microservices as domain-specific GraphSQL servers powered by their own embedded databases, with all schema and data changes sent to a remote database server via replication or messaging.
In this webinar, we'll show how we built a sample GraphQL microservice powered by Quarkus and FairCom DB. In addition, our sample microservice leverages MQTT to receive Internet of Things data from connected devices and persist it.
Join us to learn more about:
- Database architectures for microservices
- Building GraphQL servers on NoSQL databases
- Using MQTT to capture IoT data
Don't miss this live event on Thursday, May 26, 11:00 AM PT / 2:00 PM ET.
Register now to attend the webinar Modernizing Data Access With GraphQL Microservices and Embedded NoSQL.