Hasura microservices

Hasura microservices are the default Hasura specific microservices that run on your cluster. These include the backend APIs provided by Hasura, a Postgres database and other components of the Hasura platform.

Hasura microservices run in the hasura namespace on a cluster. Most hasura microservice * commands will take the -n hasura flag while dealing with a service in the hasura namespace.

The following command lists the Hasura microservices that are running on a cluster along with their contact endpoints:

$ hasura microservices list -n hasura    # optionally -c <cluster-alias>
# or hasura ms list -n hasura

HASURA MS NAME  STATUS   REPLICAS  INTERNAL-URL                                 EXTERNAL-URL
auth            Running  1/1       auth.alarming52-hasura:80             http://auth.alarming52.hasura-app.io/
data            Running  1/1       data.alarming52-hasura:80             http://data.alarming52.hasura-app.io/
filestore       Running  1/1       filestore.alarming52-hasura:80        http://filestore.alarming52.hasura-app.io/
gateway         Running  1/1
le-agent        Running  1/1
notify          Running  1/1       notify.alarming52-hasura:80           http://notify.alarming52.hasura-app.io/
platform-sync   Running  1/1
postgres        Running  1/1       postgres.alarming52-hasura:5432
session-redis   Running  1/1       session-redis.alarming52-hasura:6379
sshd            Running  1/1

The Hasura microservices that run on a cluster are:

auth

The auth microservice handles user authentication for your Hasura cluster.

data

The data microservice on Hasura exposes an HTTP/JSON API over a PostgreSQL database.

filestore

The filestore microservice lets users upload and store files on the Hasura project and also download when required.

gateway

This microservice exposes your project to the outside world. It authenticates and redirects external requests to the appropriate microservice inside the cluster.

le-agent

This is the LetsEncrypt agent which is responsible for generating SSL certificates.

notify

This microservice handles the Email/SMS communication.

platform-sync

This microservice keeps the cluster in sync with the configuration.

postgres

This microservice hosts the PostgreSQL database.

session-redis

This is a Redis instance used by the auth microservice.

sshd

This microservice handles SSH access to the cluster.