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Getting Started with FaunaDB using Go | Part 3

In thefirst part of this series, we developed the basics necessary to connect to the FaunaDB Cloud. Using that client, we then created our first database. In thesecond part, we developed the concept of the database specific ...

Getting Started with FaunaDB using Go | Part 2

In thefirst part of this series, we developed the basics necessary to connect to the FaunaDB Cloud. Using that client, we then created our first database. Picking up where we left off, this video will: Go through the process o...

Getting Started with FaunaDB using Go

This is the first in a series of short videos, each (hopefully) less than 10 minutes. These videos are introductions to FaunaDB, specifically how to interact with it using the Fauna Query Language (FQL) through the Go driver. Fa...

Data Security in the Age of Serverless Apps

Cloud native deployments without cloud-native technology can increase the chances of unexpected access to services and data. In 2017, 26,000 unsecured MongoDB instances were deleted in addition to other high-profile breaches. A cl...

Secure Hierarchical Multi-tenancy Patterns

FaunaDB’s multi-tenant architecture is designed for operational simplicity, allowing a single FaunaDB cluster to support multiple regions and as many applications and databases as desired. Robust quality-of-service (QoS) controls ...

Connecting External Indexers and Data Pipelines

For this blog post, we’ll focus on the pattern to feed changes from FaunaDB's transactional datainto a secondarydata processing pipeline. The foundation of FaunaDB’s flexibility is our ability to integrate with the data ecosystem....