Hasura now lets developers turn any data source into a GraphQL API
Since its launch a few years ago, GraphQL platform Hasura has made it easier for developers to use GraphQL by simplifying the process of connecting their data sources to their applications and then accessing them through GraphQL. Now, at its virtual HasuraCon ’22 developer conference, Hasura is expanding this capability by launching its GraphQL Data Connector (GDC), a new SDK that allows developers to bring virtually any data source into Hasura in order to expose it as a GraphQL API.
It’s worth noting that Hasura, as an open-source project, already had some of these capabilities, but as the company’s CEO and co-founder Tanmai Gopal noted, the new SDK now makes this far more accessible and available over the network — and developers can use the language of their choice to write these agents, too.
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“For folks in the enterprise, this becomes really valuable because sometimes they have all of this mission-critical data and these legacy sources that nobody is…