StepZen makes it easy to build a GraphQL endpoint that connects to SQL or NoSQL databases. Front-end teams can query the unified endpoint for data shaped in the business terms they want (like customers, orders, and delivery status). StepZen abstracts away the complexity of backend database languages, constructs, and implementations.
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Easily connect to any database
Easily connect to any REST API
GraphQL-enable any REST API in just minutes. Whether apps are powered by one or 100s of REST APIs, a unified GraphQL endpoint managed by StepZen eliminates 1000s of lines of code and complex logic and avoids hassle for the developer when REST APIs change.
Scale and secure your API deployments
StepZen ensures your service is always on. Your API (GraphQL) runs in StepZen deployed containers and StepZen handles protocol translations, key management, error handling, and caching. StepZen encrypts your keys and lets you set fine-grained access control to ensure your keys and queries are secure.
Spin up a GraphQL API with out-of-the-box connectors
By using StepZen connectors, you can spin up a GraphQL API in minutes and then easily combine, customize, and extend to combine data from multiple backends. Our growing ecosystem of connectors supports popular eCommerce, Jamstack, and personalization use cases such as tracking orders, shipping, reviews, content management, location, and weather. They include Shopify, FedEx, UPS, Airtable, Cloudinary, IP-API, Holiday API, and OpenWeatherMap.