IBM acquires StepZen

IBM has acquired StepZen, a company that provides GraphQL as a service. The acquisition closed earlier this month, and the StepZen team and technology will become part of the IBM Software unit. Financial details of the deal were not disclosed.

You can find the blog post by StepZen CEO Anant Jhingran talking about the announcement here.

Kareem Yusuf, senior vice president of Product Management and Growth, IBM Software, talks about the acquisition here.

[Image courtesy: StepZen]

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