Highlights of August Community Call: Launch Day

In our Community Call: Launch Day event on August 31, we launched some exciting new features. In this blog, we’ll share details about these features, as well as the demo recordings and some useful content to get started with them.

MongoDB support

Our MongoDB connector hit its 1.0 milestone. 🎉 You can now create and update your GraphQL schema from NoSQL Documents, join efficiently between collections, and enforce access control permissions on your data.

Watch the demo


GenAI applications with Hasura Notebook

Hasura Notebook and Hasura Connectors allow you to quickly bootstrap your AI applications by connecting your favorite vector databases, using Hasura Event Triggers to auto-vectorize data, and giving controlled data access to LLMs.

Also, check out our new AI page and stay up to date on what Hasura is up to on the AI front!

Watch the demo


CLI plugin for GraphQL federation CI/CD

This new CLI plugin allows you to verify metadata consistency of your subgraph against your supergraph before “publishing” changes to your supergraph. This allows you to handle multiple remote schemas and data federation with confidence!

Watch the demo


Remote table authorization

In polyglot data environments where identity/authz-related information is in one database and domain data is in another database, combining data from both databases to provide authorized data can be challenging.

You can now achieve this easily by creating remote relationships and using them in permissions in Hasura.

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Releases in August

We had three major releases in August:

  • v2.31.0: Newly-improved suggested relationships UI
  • v2.32.0: GA for SQL Server stored procedures support
  • v2.33.0: ClickHouse support (Beta)

Stay tuned

Join the next Community Call Launch Day later this month on September 28 to get a first glimpse of new Hasura features on the very day they get released!

06 Sep, 2023
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