Introducing Automated Log Topology in FaunaDB 2.6

One of the most exciting features of the FaunaDB 2.6 release is the automated log topology. Prior to this release, setting up the log topology was a manual process where an enterprise operator had to decide on a log topology upfro...

Fauna Blog Technical Highlights of 2018

Going into a new year, it’s important to review where you’ve come from. In 2017, Fauna established itself in the serverless ecosystem. In 2018, FaunaDB’s relational capabilities brought in high-value workloads like distributed led...

Back to the Future with Relational NoSQL

The database renaissance began with the NoSQL movement, broadly, around 2008 as the technical demands of a new wave of consumer internet companies operating at huge scale (Twitter, Facebook, Google, Amazon) outstripped the capabil...

Serverless Change Capture for Ruby on Rails

A common problem in business applications is change capture, which enables use cases like audit logging, history browsing, and value attribution for content optimization. In finance, audit logs are useful for regulatory compliance...

FaunaDB: A Guide for Relational Users

We are pleased to announce a new white paper to follow up on Fauna CEO Evan Weaver's recent modern history of NoSQL database solutions (Back to the future with Relational NoSQL published in InfoQ). This new white paper is now avai...

Introducing Endpoints

When we introduced the Fauna Shell, one of our goals was to make FaunaDB easier to use. In that article, we showed you how to get started with FaunaDB by using our serverless cloudoffering. Of course, we want to offer more, transf...

Efficient GraphQL Resolvers for FaunaDB

Deprecated blog FaunaDB now has native GraphQL! FaunaDB now has native GraphQL, so this blog has been deprecated. We recommend following these tutorials instead: Getting started with GraphQLGraphQL RelationsUnique Constrain...