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Open Source Google Zanzibar

The standard for building authZ services

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Features

SpiceDB is the most scalable and consistent Google Zanzibar-inspired database for storing and computing permissions data—use it to build global-scale fine grained authorization services.

Expressive APIs

Expressive APIs

Expressive gRPC and HTTP/JSON APIs for powering authorization logic in your client applications.

Distributed Graph

Distributed Graph

Distributed, parallel graph engine faithful to the architecture described in Google’s Zanzibar paper.

Prevents New Enemies

Prevents New Enemies

A flexible consistency model configurable per-request that includes resistance to the New Enemy Problem.

Configuration Language

Configuration Language

Intuitive authorization configuration language — SpiceDB Schema — with CI/CD integrations for validation & testing.

Secure

Pluggable Storage

Support for in-memory, Spanner, CockroachDB, PostgreSQL, and MySQL relationship storage.

Secure

Deep Observability

Deep observability with Prometheus metrics, pprof profiles, structured logging, and OpenTelemtry tracing.

Latest Release

SpiceDB v1.29.1

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Release Notes

Don’t reinvent the wheel

Integrate against AuthZed’s globally available authorization service in minutes.
Complete Ecosystem

SpiceDB Tooling

Everything you need to deploy, manage, and integrate SpiceDB.

SpiceDB Operator

Optimize your Day 1 and Day 2 operations the our official Kubernetes SpiceDB Operator.
Kubernetes controller for managing instances of SpiceDB
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kubectl create spicedbcluster

Create, manage, and scale SpiceDB clusters with a single Kubernetes resource.

Zero-Downtime Datastore Migrations

Run painless migrations regardless of your backing datastore or SpiceDB version.

Automated Update Channels

Configure clusters to follow release channels and automatically roll out updates.

SpiceDB Docs

Learn Key Concepts

Define

Define a Permissions Schema

Define types of objects, how those objects relate to one another, and the permissions that can be computed from those relationships.
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Integrate Your Applications

Integrate with your application using official and community supported client libraries or make requests to the HTTP API endpoint.
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Test and Deploy

Use provided tooling to develop and validate schema changes. Use the built-in testing server to run real API calls against test data.

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