Introduction to hyper cloud

These are the docs for hyper cloud and the hyper cloud developer dashboard. Looking for the on-prem, self-hosted hyper docs? Click here.

Now in Beta

The hyper team is proud to announce ⚡️hyper cloud⚡️ is now in beta.

With a few clicks, you get robust and scalable backend cloud services including a document datastore, in-memory cache, search engine, storage buckets, and queues. Sign up for free 😀  with your GitHub account and create backend services in seconds. When you're ready to step it up, we have plans starting at $99 a month.

Welcome to the hyper cloud and the developer dashboard 👋🏻 . You're going to love our service.

No more dev-ops

hyper cloud is a scalable, backend cloud-based service to store and retrieve resources such as data, files, cached data, etc. No dev-ops required.


Why hyper?

To eliminate unintended technical debt! For more information on what unintended technical debt is and why hyper was built go here: https://blog.hyper.io/why-start-hyper/

What types of applications can use hyper?

  • SaaS-based applications with web or mobile frontend are a great fit for hyper.
  • Applications deployed on a PaaS, such as Vercel, Fly.io, or Heroku, can use hyper services to power their backend/lambdas, without having to spin up separate infrastructure in a cloud provider, like AWS, GCP, or Azure.
  • Decentralized Applications or "dApps" using a blockchain like Solana, Arweave, or Cardano, as their source of truth, can use hyper services as off-chain, fast companion services to power their applications, without spinning up additional cloud infrastructure.

How do I get started with hyper?

Once you have a Github account, you can sign into the hyper cloud developer dashboard, create a hyper app and get an app key. Then head to the Getting Started Workshops and kick the tires. 🚙

API Reference

Already familiar with working with hyper and want to find information about a specific API endpoint head to the API Reference section.

Need Help?

You can always reach out to our support team for any additional assistance on slack.

Updated 01 Jun 2022
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