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LLM-Powered GraphQL Observability

Shahar Binyamin·


At Inigo, we're constantly seeking innovative ways to enhance the capabilities of our GraphQL observability tools. Our latest hack week involved integrating Large Language Models (LLMs) like OpenAI, Gemini and other platforms during our recent hack week. This exciting development marks a significant step forward in our journey to revolutionize GraphQL management.

The Power of Experimentation:

During our hack week, a time dedicated to unbridled creativity and experimentation, our teams dived deep into the potential of LLMs to enhance our observability features. The mantra for the week was clear: "If your hack week project isn't about AI, what are you really doing?" This set the stage for groundbreaking work, focusing on how AI can transform the way we interact with and manage GraphQL APIs.

Enhancing Developer Productivity:

The integration of LLMs into our platform is not just about leveraging new technology—it's about fundamentally improving the productivity and effectiveness of developers working with GraphQL. By enabling more intuitive and natural interactions with our systems, developers can now ask complex questions about their GraphQL operations like, "Show me the users with the slowest mutations," or "Find the operation that returned the most objects." These capabilities make it simpler and faster for developers to get the insights they need without sifting through data manually.

Real-World Applications and Excitement for the Future:

Our developers are already seeing the benefits of this integration, with features that allow them to interact with the system in conversational English to quickly identify issues and insights. For example, questions such as "What clients are still using deprecated fields?" highlight how LLMs can pinpoint specific data points that impact system performance and compliance.

Looking Ahead:

The successful implementation of LLMs during hack week is just the beginning. We are incredibly excited about the future applications of AI in our platform. The potential to expand these capabilities further and continue improving the way our platform understands and interacts with user queries is boundless.


The introduction of LLM technology into Inigo's observability suite is a transformative step forward for GraphQL management. As we continue to explore and expand these capabilities, the future looks bright for Inigo and our users. We are on the cusp of a new era in API management, where AI not only supports but enhances developer interactions with technology.

Stay tuned for more updates as we continue to push the boundaries of what's possible in GraphQL observability with the power of artificial intelligence.

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