GraphQL Hive - Improvements in Schema Registry
We are excited to announce the implementation of a new and improved schema registry model. This new model is designed to provide you with a more optimized workflow and an improved user experience.
It is important to note that access to the old schema registry model will be discontinued in a few months' time. We strongly recommend that you switch to the modern model as soon as possible to take advantage of its many benefits.
In comparison to the old model, the new model has superior defaults, follows best practices, and has a streamlined workflow. A comparison table available in the settings of your projects will help you understand the differences between the two models.
One of the most notable improvements in the new model is the availability of the delete feature. With the modern model, you can now delete a schema from the registry with ease. This is a feature that was not available in the old model.
In conclusion, we are confident that the new schema registry model will provide you with a more efficient and effective workflow. If you have any questions or concerns about the transition, please do not hesitate to reach out to us. We are here to assist you every step of the way.
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