July Roundup of Hasura’s Product Launches: BigQuery, Citus Support, Template Gallery & Database monitoring
At Hasura, we have held monthly community calls since early 2019 to share what we’re working on with the community. These start off with Tanmai (CEO, Hasura) giving us an overview of our product roadmap, followed by folks from our product and engineering teams showcasing demos of features we’re working on, sharing RFCs, and answering your questions.
We have many of our community regulars, as well as new members of the Hasura community, join us, as well as a customary demo by a member of our community.
Starting July, we are changing the format just a little bit to make it a little more exciting by adding product launches into the mix! We ship updates very frequently, and have decided as a team to make the community call the one place for you to join us monthly to learn about everything new that’s been shipped! We will be announcing new product features that you can try out immediately after the call, and of course, get any questions about these answered during the call from the folks who have been working on it directly!
We will continue to showcase upcoming work, RFCs and have our community demos :) So expect a power-packed 60 min call for all things Hasura and our lovely community!
The community call happens on the last Thursday of every month at 9 am PST on 29th, Thursday. If you’re reading this before 9 am PST, you can still join us for the call here.
Here are all the announcements for July:
- Github integration on Hasura Cloud: You can now deploy your local migrations to staging and production with a simple git push. Give this a try on your Hasura projects with this starter kit. With the release today, we’ve enabled Github integration for all those of you who requested early access! Here is a starter kit, and here are the docs to get you started.
- Hasura CLI ARM Release: The Hasura CLI now has support for ARM64 architecture that we recently released for Linux and M1 macOS. You can follow the instructions on the CLI installation docs on your arm machine.
Take these new features for a spin on your Hasura projects. If you’re new to Hasura, it takes 30 seconds to spin up a project on Hasura Cloud. Get started here.
Originally published at https://hasura.io on July 29, 2021.