We’re thrilled to announce you could now self-host your Moralis server!
Self-Host Your Moralis Server
As a part of our ongoing transition to Moralis 2.0, we’re completely happy to share you could now self-host your Moralis server!
We’ve launched this information that will help you arrange your self-hosted server. This can work very like a Moralis server however will allow you to be in full management.
“This offers you full management over your backend, whereas nonetheless sustaining present functionalities and the identical frontend,” mentioned Erno Wever, Moralis’ SDK & Server Lead.
Why self-host your Moralis server?
While you self-host your Moralis server, you keep in full management of your information, in addition to your databases.
Effective-tune the internet hosting of your server and save time, in addition to assets with regards to managing your undertaking.
Embody customized code, plugins, and packages in your server and cloud code, and revel in a greater creating expertise by working the server domestically when it’s in growth.
Which options are supported?
With the total model of Moralis 2.0 is being rolled out incrementally, some options might be supported with this replace beginning now, while others are nonetheless a piece in progress.
The next options might be supported:
- Authentication with an EVM chain
- Make requests to the EVM Api (Web3API) by way of the server that implements rate-limiting
- Make requests to the Solana API by way of the server that implements rate-limiting
We’re at the moment engaged on bringing you the next options:
- Authentication with a Solana community
- Sync real-time and historic on-chain information to the database
Appropriate with v1 front-ends