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....

Index Queries in FaunaDB

Most applications need to look up database records by attribute, for instance to find all customers in a given postal code, or to create a game leaderboard by listing players by high score. Without database indexes, these queries ...

Getting Started w/ FaunaDB: Quickstart Guide

The steps below provide the most direct and quickest way to start using FaunaDB. In four minutes you’ll be able to set up your account, create a database and write values to it. Links are provided in the sections below for more de...