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GraphQL simplified, at any scale.

The fastest and simplest way to build, operate, collaborate on, and evolve an enterprise-grade GraphQL API – federated or monolith – on one domain or many.
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HASURA DATA DELIVERY NETWORK

A GraphQL platform, built for data

With Hasura DDN, effortlessly connect all your databases, services, and code into a unified data graph, and expose it via one powerful supergraph API with unparalleled composability and speed.
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Autogenerate APIs

Build APIs on your domain in minutes with a “connect, not code” approach.

Superior composability

Streamline self-serve data access and aggregation with an incredibly composable and standardized API.

Blazing-fast

Only supergraph query planner that tunes performance down to the database query.

Multi-team collaboration

Domain teams (subgraphs) can build and evolve the supergraph collaboratively.

Supergraph explorer

Discover, fetch, and compose the data you need in an intuitive API portal.

Global edge network

Deliver performance, security, and reliability at any scale without devops burden.

THE FUTURE OF DATA APIS

Supergraph – the fix for your data and API chaos

Supergraph is a unified semantic graph that connects one or more data domains – no matter the source – and makes it available via a single composable GraphQL API.
Are you working with one database or a complex architecture with hundreds of databases and services? A supergraph relieves your data sprawl and API integration challenges at any scale.
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Ship faster

Deliver self-serve data access and aggregation via one composable API.

Simplify operations

Remove rigid and duplicative integration layers. 

Streamline collaboration

Balance domain autonomy and centralized access layer with federated governance. 
BEST APIS – INSTANTLY
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APIs on all your data.
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The GraphQL Handbook

A GraphQL Handbook for developers and architects to help plan your GraphQL adoption journey.
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@filipealva

It’s great! Recently I discovered Hasura, a platform where you can connect to a DB instance hosted in the cloud and it generates a GraphQL API based on your DB’s schema. Interesting for mobile/front end engineers who want to set up their own GQL API without much backend effort

@flexbox_

@HasuraHQ because I only scratched the surface and I love the experience so far

@flexdinesh

It’s really cool that Hasura’s GraphQL API has built in dataloader abstractions for N+1 batching and cache priming. I’m designing a GraphQL BFF atm and solutioning these problems by hand takes a whole lot of time to get it right.

@weezykon

One of the coolest things about Hasura is that it's compatible with a variety of popular databases, including PostgreSQL, MySQL, and MongoDB. This means that you can use Hasura to build GraphQL APIs on top of your existing databases, without having to switch to a new one. 💻

@SNKhan300

Had an extremely productive session with team @HasuraHQ on how I am using Hasura and what impediments I am facing. A lot to learn from it. Harsha and Praveen were super helpful. Hope to have more follow-up sessions soon.

@tmaximini

Postgres, @HasuraHQ and Typescript have proven a real powerhouse for our Engineering team at Crowdcast.

@coding_inthesun

Hasura looks interesting!

@yoniweisbrod

Working on a side project for the first time in ages.. it's a whole new technology landscape out there. Currently trying@HasuraHQand loving it. 👏

@kchenswe

I just went through @HasuraHQ s latest guide on @nextjs and was really impressed by the developer experience! 🎉

@bconnorwhite

Hasura is absurdly good

@darronj

This is the second most valuable feature in my opinion, right behind remote joins. Makes Hasura a force multiplier!

@YourBuddyConner

@HasuraHQ has gotten so good the last couple years

@namoscato

We believe @HasuraHQ is the future of #GraphQL API development, and the engine contributes to rapid product iteration at @fieldguide

@elitasson

Interesting article on how @fieldguide uses Hasura. They seem to be big on Hasura Actions and Remote schema which is really a great way of growing outside of Hasura's auto-generated CRUD API.

@prikeshdexter

I have always been a fan of #GraphQL but tools like hasura and supabase are just icing on the cake. They make the experience seamless, and make so much easier to prototype

@rahul__gangotri

Playing with @HasuraHQ for the first time, pretty cool 🤙

@rish1_2

Today I learned Hasura aggregate queries really make like easy for edge cases! I'm going to change my server side code and it's going to be less complext thanks to Hasura. #buildinpublic #opensource #serverless #indiedev #SoftwareDeveloper

@filipealva

It’s great! Recently I discovered Hasura, a platform where you can connect to a DB instance hosted in the cloud and it generates a GraphQL API based on your DB’s schema. Interesting for mobile/front end engineers who want to set up their own GQL API without much backend effort

@flexbox_

@HasuraHQ because I only scratched the surface and I love the experience so far

@flexdinesh

It’s really cool that Hasura’s GraphQL API has built in dataloader abstractions for N+1 batching and cache priming. I’m designing a GraphQL BFF atm and solutioning these problems by hand takes a whole lot of time to get it right.

@weezykon

One of the coolest things about Hasura is that it's compatible with a variety of popular databases, including PostgreSQL, MySQL, and MongoDB. This means that you can use Hasura to build GraphQL APIs on top of your existing databases, without having to switch to a new one. 💻

@SNKhan300

Had an extremely productive session with team @HasuraHQ on how I am using Hasura and what impediments I am facing. A lot to learn from it. Harsha and Praveen were super helpful. Hope to have more follow-up sessions soon.

@tmaximini

Postgres, @HasuraHQ and Typescript have proven a real powerhouse for our Engineering team at Crowdcast.

@coding_inthesun

Hasura looks interesting!

@yoniweisbrod

Working on a side project for the first time in ages.. it's a whole new technology landscape out there. Currently trying@HasuraHQand loving it. 👏

@kchenswe

I just went through @HasuraHQ s latest guide on @nextjs and was really impressed by the developer experience! 🎉

@bconnorwhite

Hasura is absurdly good

@darronj

This is the second most valuable feature in my opinion, right behind remote joins. Makes Hasura a force multiplier!

@YourBuddyConner

@HasuraHQ has gotten so good the last couple years

@namoscato

We believe @HasuraHQ is the future of #GraphQL API development, and the engine contributes to rapid product iteration at @fieldguide

@elitasson

Interesting article on how @fieldguide uses Hasura. They seem to be big on Hasura Actions and Remote schema which is really a great way of growing outside of Hasura's auto-generated CRUD API.

@prikeshdexter

I have always been a fan of #GraphQL but tools like hasura and supabase are just icing on the cake. They make the experience seamless, and make so much easier to prototype

@rahul__gangotri

Playing with @HasuraHQ for the first time, pretty cool 🤙

@rish1_2

Today I learned Hasura aggregate queries really make like easy for edge cases! I'm going to change my server side code and it's going to be less complext thanks to Hasura. #buildinpublic #opensource #serverless #indiedev #SoftwareDeveloper

@filipealva

It’s great! Recently I discovered Hasura, a platform where you can connect to a DB instance hosted in the cloud and it generates a GraphQL API based on your DB’s schema. Interesting for mobile/front end engineers who want to set up their own GQL API without much backend effort

@flexbox_

@HasuraHQ because I only scratched the surface and I love the experience so far

@flexdinesh

It’s really cool that Hasura’s GraphQL API has built in dataloader abstractions for N+1 batching and cache priming. I’m designing a GraphQL BFF atm and solutioning these problems by hand takes a whole lot of time to get it right.

@weezykon

One of the coolest things about Hasura is that it's compatible with a variety of popular databases, including PostgreSQL, MySQL, and MongoDB. This means that you can use Hasura to build GraphQL APIs on top of your existing databases, without having to switch to a new one. 💻

@SNKhan300

Had an extremely productive session with team @HasuraHQ on how I am using Hasura and what impediments I am facing. A lot to learn from it. Harsha and Praveen were super helpful. Hope to have more follow-up sessions soon.

@tmaximini

Postgres, @HasuraHQ and Typescript have proven a real powerhouse for our Engineering team at Crowdcast.

@coding_inthesun

Hasura looks interesting!

@yoniweisbrod

Working on a side project for the first time in ages.. it's a whole new technology landscape out there. Currently trying@HasuraHQand loving it. 👏

@kchenswe

I just went through @HasuraHQ s latest guide on @nextjs and was really impressed by the developer experience! 🎉

@bconnorwhite

Hasura is absurdly good

@darronj

This is the second most valuable feature in my opinion, right behind remote joins. Makes Hasura a force multiplier!

@YourBuddyConner

@HasuraHQ has gotten so good the last couple years

@namoscato

We believe @HasuraHQ is the future of #GraphQL API development, and the engine contributes to rapid product iteration at @fieldguide

@elitasson

Interesting article on how @fieldguide uses Hasura. They seem to be big on Hasura Actions and Remote schema which is really a great way of growing outside of Hasura's auto-generated CRUD API.

@prikeshdexter

I have always been a fan of #GraphQL but tools like hasura and supabase are just icing on the cake. They make the experience seamless, and make so much easier to prototype

@rahul__gangotri

Playing with @HasuraHQ for the first time, pretty cool 🤙

@rish1_2

Today I learned Hasura aggregate queries really make like easy for edge cases! I'm going to change my server side code and it's going to be less complext thanks to Hasura. #buildinpublic #opensource #serverless #indiedev #SoftwareDeveloper

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