On this page, you can find information about the limits that the Prisma Data Platform and the Prisma Data Proxy have in place.
You can also learn about the compatibility of the platform with the Prisma ORM, as well as the the availability and SLO that the platform provides.
The table below provides a list of general limits that the Prisma Data Platform has in place.
|Maximum number of projects on the Free plan per account|
The number does not include projects on the Early Adopter plan.
|Maximum number of projects per account||100|
|Maximum number of collaborators per project||100|
|Maximum number of environments per project||100|
|Maximum number of connection strings per environment||100|
|Response timeout in Data Browser||60s|
|Response timeout in Query Console||60s|
|Maximum number of rows fetched in Data Browser or Query Console||Not applicable|
Extending general limits
Contact Support if you need to have any of the existing limits lifted for your project.
The concurrency limits of the Prisma Data Proxy define the maximum number of proxy instances that can run simultaneously for a single project. By default, at least one proxy instance is started for a single project environment and additional instances are started when an increase in traffic demands that.
In addition, more proxy instances start for a project environment under these circumstances:
- multiple Prisma Clients connect that use a different version of the Prisma Client
- multiple Prisma Clients connect that use a different version of the Prisma schema
|Maximum number of concurrent proxy instances on Early Adopter plan||3|
|Maximum number of concurrent proxy instances on Free plan||16|
|Maximum number of concurrent proxy instances on Scale plan||16|
|Maximum number of concurrent proxy instances on Enterprise plan||Custom|
|Approximate maximum queries per second with 16 proxy instances*|
(Free and Scale plans)
* The number in the last row does not take into account the complexity of the queries.
Complex queries which might require multiple database operations might not reach the maximum numbers and might slow down other queries waiting for a database connection.
Extending the concurrency limits
Contact Support if your project requirements exceed the documented limits or your project is already hitting the current limits.
We are dedicated to keeping the Prisma Data Platform compatible with the latest version of the Prisma ORM.
- Compatibility of the platform Data Browser, Query Console, Schema with the Prisma ORM
- The interfaces are updated after each Prisma ORM release and aim to support the latest version.
- In rare occasions, there might be several days worth of a delay before the interfaces begin to support the latest version of the Prisma ORM.
- Compatibility of the Prisma Data Proxy with the Prisma ORM
- Prisma Data Proxy is updated almost immediately to the latest version of the Prisma ORM.
- Prisma Data Proxy does not yet support the preview features
The Prisma Status page displays the following information:
- current status of the platform
- current and historical uptime of the Prisma Data Proxy in all supported locations
- current and historical uptime of the web interface and the GraphQL API used to provide the features in https://cloud.prisma.io
- log of past incidents
The SLO (service-level objective) of the Prisma Data Platform is to provide at least 99.95% availability.