Introducing Instant APIs for MySQL, MariaDB, and Oracle
Today, we're announcing Hasura has achieved a breakthrough – instant APIs (GraphQL and REST) on top of MySQL, MariaDB, and Oracle with built-in production-ready features allowing you to get an API server running within days.
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Apigee + Hasura: Data APIs at Enterprise Scale – Part 1
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Building Powerful and Scalable Applications with Hasura and AlloyDB
Why You Need a Multi-Cloud and Multi-Region Deployment Strategy for Distributed Postgres
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Automating the logistics of developing with Hasura Self-Hosted
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Hasura GraphQL on Snowflake using RBAC: A secure and scalable data access solution
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Get GraphQL APIs on WordPress and MySQL using Hasura
With Hasura’s support for MySQL, we can now point Hasura to existing or new MySQL databases that are configured to work with WordPress installations.
Introducing Dynamic Routing on Hasura
If you have data distributed/replicated over different databases, or planning to improve performance of your data layer by introducing different database topologies, or if your use-case requires different queries to use database user credentials dynamically – you will find this blog useful.
Convert REST endpoints from OpenAPI spec to GraphQL in 2 clicks
The new import OpenAPI feature helps users in Creating an action from OpenAPI 10x faster than before - with just 2 clicks.
The Power of Women in the Workplace: Insights and Inspiration from Hasura Female Leaders
Women’s History Month coming to an end, and we’re wrapping up our own celebration at Hasura by interviewing women leaders within the org, touching on the ups and downs and in-betweens that go along with navigating being a female in a male-dominated industry.
Hasura Performs 3.6x Faster than DIY GraphQL APIs on Postgres
This post will benchmark Hasura against a handwritten Node.js GraphQL server. The end goal is to show how Hasura performs similarly despite being significantly easier to develop.
How to Build Data APIs on Snowflake
In this post, we will learn how to use Hasura to rapidly build APIs on top of the Snowflake data to power embedded analytics in mobile/web apps.
Using OpenTelemetry Traces to observe your Hasura-powered applications
In this blog post, we’ll talk more about how you can use traces exported in the OpenTelemetry format to the observability tool of your choice from Hasura Cloud and Hasura Enterprise.
Announcing HasuraCon 2023 Call for Proposals
Want to speak at HasuraCon 2023? Read this blog to get brainstorming on your talk and find out how to submit it for consideration.
Achieve high availability and scalability on Hasura Cloud with Elastic Connection Pooling
Discover how elastic connection pooling helps you auto-scale Hasura Cloud to manage large amounts of API requests.
Using Hasura saved our Beta launch
Hasura has proven to be an invaluable tool for our small team at Forwheel as we work to build and deploy scalable GraphQL APIs for our food truck vendor-facing application.
Introducing One Click Deploy to Hasura Cloud
We are happy to introduce One Click Deploy to Hasura Cloud, helping all our users quickly create a new project on Hasura Cloud from an existing sample app.
Updates to Hasura Pricing and Plans
We’re updating our pricing and plans to better align with the value that customers get from Hasura. In this blog, we share the motivation behind this update and outline the changes, timeline, and rollout plans.
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