OpsLevel is intended to be your source of truth for microservice and ownership information. Today, we’re very excited to announce that we’ve taken a leap forward towards that vision with the launch of our GraphQL API.
Our GraphQL API allows you to easily integrate OpsLevel with your other operational tools. You can enrich your internal tickets, incidents, and other systems with service and team data pulled from OpsLevel.
You can also use our API to automatically keep your OpsLevel info up-to-date by integrating it with real-time information pushed from tools like Terraform, Chef, Circle CI, etc. Historically, we’ve supported a YAML file integration with your git repositories for this same purpose, but our API now gives you more automation options.
The GraphiQL Explorer
The easiest way to get started with the the OpsLevel API is with GraphiQL, an interactive environment for exploring our API and its documentation.
This explorer will allow you to easily test queries and mutations before integrating our API with your app.
The GraphiQL Explorer consists of three main components:
- Query Editor pane
- Query Response pane
- Documentation Explorer
Where you will be writing your GraphQL queries.
Query Response Pane
Where you will see the responses to your GraphQL queries.
GraphQL comes with first class support for documentation. You can interact with our API documentation directly from within GraphiQL.
Note: If you do not see the Documentation Explorer, it may be closed by default and can be opened by pressing the Docs button in the top right corner.
The full details are over here.
As always, if you have any feedback about reports, please email us at email@example.com.