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    Top Answer:Support for multiple data sources and formats is a fantastic feature.
    Top Answer:Licensing fees are paid on a monthly basis, and it is a pay-as-you-go model. Fees are paid per usage. There are no fixed costs. They won't charge us anything if we don't use it.
    Top Answer:I would like to have the ability to run AppSync on-premises. It is entirely AWS at the moment. If you wanted to switch from AWS to Google Cloud or Azure, you can't. You are experiencing significant… more »
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    Overview

    AWS AppSync simplifies application development by letting you create a flexible API to securely access, manipulate, and combine data from one or more data sources. AppSync is a managed service that uses GraphQL to make it easy for applications to get exactly the data they need.

    With AppSync, you can build scalable applications, including those requiring real-time updates, on a range of data sources such as NoSQL data stores, relational databases, HTTP APIs, and your custom data sources with AWS Lambda. For mobile and web apps, AppSync additionally provides local data access when devices go offline, and data synchronization with customizable conflict resolution, when they are back online.

    The tools enterprises need for connecting cloud and on-premises applications, building microservices and exposing and managing APIs.

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    ACBL, Puresec, IDT, ASU, Public Good, cookpad, ALDO, ticketmaster
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    AWS AppSync is ranked 15th in Cloud Data Integration with 1 review while IBM Application Integration Suite is ranked 35th in Cloud Data Integration. AWS AppSync is rated 9.0, while IBM Application Integration Suite is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of AWS AppSync writes "Innovative, works well with GraphQL, and can connect to any type of data source". On the other hand, AWS AppSync is most compared with Oracle Integration Cloud Service, Dataloader.io, Zapier, SAS Federation Server and Mule Anypoint Platform, whereas IBM Application Integration Suite is most compared with .

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