Getting started with FQL, FaunaDB’s native query language - part 2

Welcome back, fellow space developer! In part 1 of this five-part series we got our first look at FQL and some fundamental FaunaDB concepts. Part 1: a look at FQL and fundamental FaunaDB conceptsPart 2: a deep dive into indexes w...

The Next Chapter for Fauna: $27M and New Leadership

When Matt and I founded Fauna, we envisioned a world in which every development team could ship an application to global scale without operational overhead, without scalability problems, without losing productivity, and without re...

Getting started with FQL, FaunaDB’s native query language - part 1

FaunaDB is a serverless global database designed for low latency and developer productivity. FQL, its query language, was also designed with these goals in mind. With it, you can create expressive queries that will allow you to h...

Control theory for fun and profit

FaunaDB is a distributed system. Like all distributed systems, we have the somewhat vexing problem of an unreliable network and faulty nodes (not byzantine faulty, just the regular slow or dead kind). The chance that a faulty node...

The FaunaDB Data Manager

We’re pleased to announce the highly anticipated release of the FaunaDB Data Manager (FDM). The FDM can assist with a variety of import and export tasks, including: Copying documents, collections, indexes, functions, and roles fr...

Write With Fauna - Calling all Fauna Enthusiasts!

The client-serverless architecture isfast emerging as the modern approach to building dynamic full stack applications. At Fauna, we've had a front row seat to this revolution, andwatched the community flourish, building the cooles...

Week 2 Working From Home Completed – Whew

If you’ve seen my posts on LinkedIn (Dan Meyers) over the past week or so, you know that not only is Fauna a 100% distributed environment, but that as an HR Leader, I have worked virtually 8 of the last 10 years leading organizati...

The FaunaDB Extension for Visual Studio Code

FaunaDB extension for VS Codeallows users to browse their FaunaDB databases, indexes, collections, documents, and functions from right inside of the VS Code sidebar. Users are also able to edit their FaunaDB documents from within ...