Dialogflow API V2 and Enterprise Edition are now generally availableApril 17, 2018
Back in November 2017, we introduced two beta releases:
- Dialogflow API V2: the next iteration of our developer API
- Dialogflow Enterprise Edition: our new enterprise offering
Starting today, both releases are out of beta and generally available. If you’re currently using API V1, take note of important migration information.
Dialogflow API V2
Our API V2 now serves as the default API for all new Dialogflow agents, and all new feature upgrades will only be released for API V2. We built API V2 on Google infrastructure and incorporated the best of Google’s machine learning. Some of API V2’s benefits include Google Cloud Speech-to-Text integration, agent management, and gRPC support.
To assist with your API V2 development, we’ve updated our 7 client libraries, including Node.js, Java, and Python. We’ve also published a fulfillment library for Node.js that simplifies building webhooks, along with JSON request and response samples for use in any environment.
Dialogflow Enterprise Edition
Dialogflow Enterprise Edition, which is built on API V2, comes with Google Cloud Platform’s support and Service Level Agreement (SLA). For users that need enterprise support, check out our Enterprise blog post for more details.
Migration from API V1 to V2
We recommend that all existing agents and existing code be migrated from Dialogflow API V1 to V2, which is our most stable release. This V1 → V2 migration guide can be used as a reference. If you’re using the Actions on Google client library, migrate to version 2, which is compatible with Dialogflow API V2 and offers many additional improvements.
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Posted by Daniel Imrie-Situnayake, Developer Relations and Mary Chen, Product Marketing