A simple cloud database for everyone

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Austen Collins
Austen CollinsMakerHiring@austencollins · Builds the Serverless Framework
You know how apps have databases? Servant gives regular people databases (aka “servants”). A servant is a very simple cloud database that empowers users instead of the apps they use. When users host their own data, they can use it across multiple applications, keep everything in sync, and always control who can access it. Further, when a user gives apps access to their servants, apps can access their pre-existing data, and get paid $0.00025 for each API Request they make to Servant. Servant uses awesome fixed data formats called the JSON Archetypes: Developer Docs here: We're launching for developers this weekend... Enjoy!
Jason@sixside · Founder,
@austencollins looks interesting. This may come in handy for a need I have to keep localized FAQ content in sync.
Austen Collins
Austen CollinsMakerHiring@austencollins · Builds the Serverless Framework
@sixside Yes! We just added FAQs to the data list. People and businesses make a lot of data (like FAQs or Blog Posts) that they want to use or show in multiple places and have it be in sync. The best way to do this is just to give them their own database, which any endpoint can easily access. What comes from this should be interesting…
Bram Kanstein (@bramk)
Bram Kanstein (@bramk)Hunter@bramk · Working on @nocodemvp (pre-launch)
Very cool tool, you can publish content from a single database to multiple websites. Set up a shop, application or blog easily within the same database and distribute them with one click.