When the user saves a RESTQL, the query is automatically converted to an API and is deployed globally to serve the users from the region closest to them with local latencies.
We recommend using RESTQL to build applications backed by GDN as opposed to querying with C8QL directly from application code or setting up a centralized middleware.
RestQLs can be created and updated using the GDN Console or by using the REST API directly. Each RESTQL is tied to a specific
query text and parameter set. You can set default values for query parameters (making them optional during executions of your RESTQL), or you can make them mandatory for each execution (failing to pass along will result in an error).
Each RestQLs is exposed as its own endpoint and is protected. The RestQLs are organized by the fabric (or database) enabling you to have different RestQLs for different
geo-regions as well as for different
fabrics within same region.