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Pros of Fauna
Pros of Hasura
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    Generous free tier
  • 2
    Also supports SQL, CQL
  • 2
    Removes server provisioning or maintenance
  • 2
    No more n+1 problems (+ GraphQL)
  • 2
    Works well with GraphQL
  • 2
    Low latency global CDN's
  • 2
    100% ACID
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  • 16
    Easy GraphQL subscriptions
  • 14
    Automatically generates your GraphQL schema
  • 14
    Easy setup of relationships and permissions
  • 13
    Minimal learning curve
  • 12
    No back-end code required
  • 11
    Works with new and existing databases
  • 10
    Great UX
  • 10
    Instant production ready GraphQL
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  • 2
    Low usage of resources

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Cons of Fauna
Cons of Hasura
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    Must keep app secrets encrypted
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    Log stack traces to avoid improper exception handling
  • 1
    Susceptible to DDoS (& others) use timeouts throttling
  • 2
    Cumbersome validations

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What is Fauna?

Escape the boundaries imposed by legacy databases with a data API that is simple to adopt, highly productive to use, and offers the capabilities that your business needs, without the operational pain typically associated with databases.

What is Hasura?

An open source GraphQL engine that deploys instant, realtime GraphQL APIs on any Postgres database.

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