Apologies for the confusion on our part.
This is currently not on our roadmap. However, we will review this item in the future as we prioritize future releases.
Thanks for your suggestion.Anonymous commented
Have a look at AWS AppSync as an example. Hopefully we can do better than that of course. GraphQL is fairly distinct from TinkerPop and other Graph-based APIs. It's more IDL-oriented with subscriptions and flexible tree structures.
It would be important to make the Azure GraphQL provider composable to support Cosmos, Azure Functions, bring-your-own HTTP service endpoints, Azure Tables, etc. Ideally, you could even allow for integration with AWS Lambda and DynamoDB too.