ScaleGrid Hosting for Redis™*

Fully managed ScaleGrid hosting for Redis in the cloud with high availability, dedicated servers, and custom persistence.

ScaleGrid Service for Redis

Redis™ is an open-source, in-memory data store used as a database, cache and message broker. Automate your Redis hosting and management and deploy, monitor, backup, and scale in the cloud through one centralized platform.

What's Unique About Our Cloud Solution for Redis?

See why ScaleGrid is one of the top hosting providers for Redis

DBaaS Benefits: Reduce database hosting costs up to 75%

Bring Your Own Cloud

The only hosting service for Redis that lets you deploy in your own AWS, Azure, or Google Cloud Platform account.
DBaaS Benefits: Save thousands of hours by automating your database management

Full Redis Admin Access

Keep full SSH root access to the underlying machine and maintain 100% admin control over your Redis clusters.
DBaaS Benefits: Improve your quality of service with faster, more powerful applications and minimal downtime

Customize Persistence

Define custom Redis persistence options using AOF (Append Only File) or RDB (Redis Database Backups) point-in-time snapshots.
DBaaS Benefits: Scale at any size or rate dynamically and never overpay for premature scale

Discounts for Startups

Startups can save up to $40,000 with 50% off on all ScaleGrid DBaaS plans for Redis, and can use their free AWS, Azure or Google Cloud Platform credits.

Hosting & Management for Redis in the Cloud or On-Premises

Access the Best Hosting Tools for Redis

Best Redis Hosting Tools: Use the latest versions of Redis to keep your deployments up-to-date.

Use The Latest Version

Keep your Redis deployments up-to-date with the latest data structure store version.
Best Hosting Tools: Free Backups with encryption and encrypt data at rest on your disks.

Backup & Disk Encryption

Encrypt Redis data at rest on your disks, as well as 100% free encrypted backups.
24/7 Support Included

24/7 Support

Get round-the-clock support from our expert team of database engineers for Redis with our different support packages.
Features: SSL and disk encryption security for data and backups at rest

Monitoring Console for Redis

Monitor all Redis and operating system metrics, and define alerts on custom metrics.
ScaleGrid Hosting - Reserved Instances Support (AWS & Azure)

Virtual Private Cloud Support

Deploy your Redis servers in an AWS VPC, Azure VNET, or Google Cloud Platform VPC.
Best Hosting Tools: High availability cross-region replicas across an unlimited number of AWS regions.

Cross-Region Replicas

Distribute highly available Redis replica nodes across cloud regions.
Features: Bring Your Own Cloud plans let you host in your own AWS or Azure account

Dynamic Scaling

cale your CPU, memory, and disk size (IOPS) dynamically with zero downtime.
Best Database Hosting Tools: Slow Query Analysis, generate heat maps and identify queries that need indexes

Slow Query Analysis

Analyze your Redis operations through the advanced debugging and tracking tool.
Best Database Hosting Tools: Remotely manage MongoDB® Database through ScaleGrid's web-based shell management tools

Online Shell Management for Redis

Perform simple commands, view connections, logs, and current operations remotely.
Best Hosting Tools: Support to distribute different nodes for horizontal scalability.

Redis™ Shard Support

Distribute your data across different nodes for horizontal scalability with sharding for Redis.
ScaleGrid Hosting - Easy Database & User Creation

Zero Operations Cost

All of your OS patching and Redis operations are automatically handled for you.
ScaleGrid Hosting - Easy Firewall Rule Management

Firewall Support

Maintain full control over who is allowed to access your Redis clusters through firewalls.
Save up to 65% on your monitoring costs with DBaaS
Monitoring Cost
Save up to 90% on your Redis OS Patching Count with DBaaS
OS Patching Cost
Save up to 35% on your log reduction costs with DBaaS
Log Management Cost

Save Time and Resources

Comprehensive management console with all operational tools completely free for your unlimited use, including OS patching, log rotations, Redis upgrades, backups and custom alerts. You always maintain 100% admin control over your Redis clusters with the peace of mind knowing your databases are fully managed to your needs.

Use the Best ScaleGrid Hosting Plan for Redis / BYOC + Dedicated

Bring Your Own Cloud

The only DBaaS for Redis that lets you actually host and manage your clusters in your own cloud account, with advanced features to monitor, secure, and automate your operations.

Dedicated Hosting

All the amazing management features for Redis, but through one centralized, all-inclusive platform hosted and managed in the cloud through your ScaleGrid account.

ScaleGrid Pricing for Redis

Affordable hosting for Redis on AWS, Azure, Google Cloud Platform and DigitalOcean:

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Redis Frequently Asked Questions

Redis is a very fast and popular open-source in-memory data structure project implementing a distributed, in-memory key-value database with optional durability. Redis supports different kinds of abstract data structures, such as strings, lists, maps, sets, sorted sets, hyperloglogs, bitmaps, streams and spatial indexes.

Due to its impressive response speeds, Redis is being utilized for real-time applications in the gaming, social media, ecommerce and SaaS industries for popular use cases scenarios include caching, real-time analytics, session management, streaming, leaderboards, chat and messaging. Redis is being used by tech giants like Github, Twitter, Pinterest, Snapchat, StackOverflow, and Flickr. Learn more about the top Redis use cases by data structure type.
Redis is a well-known caching solution that excels at it, and has an advanced data structure that provide many powerful ways to save and query data that can’t be achieved with a vanilla key-value cache. It’s fairly simple to setup, use, and learn, and provides persistence that you can opt to set up, so cache warming in the event of a crash is hassle-free.
Redis Cluster is the native sharding implementation available within Redis that allows you to automatically distribute your data across multiple nodes without having to rely on external tools and utilities. Learn more about Redis Cluster advantages and limitations.

High availability in Redis is achieved through master-slave replication. A master Redis server can have multiple Redis servers as slaves, preferably deployed on different nodes across multiple data centers. When the master is unavailable, one of the slaves can be promoted to become the new master and continue to serve data with little or no interruption. Redis Sentinels run as a set of separate processes that in combination monitor Redis master-slave sets and provide automatic failover and reconfiguration. Learn more about High Availability with Redis Sentinels

Get your time back and save some money along the way with fully managed hosting for Redis in the cloud. Plans start at just $9/month, try free for 30-days.

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Learn More About Optimizing Your Redis Deployments

Check out the great Redis resources created by our experts:

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Redis vs. MongoDB: Comparing In-Memory Databases with Percona Memory Engine

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Using Redis with Node.js and Socket.IO

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Get To Know the Redis Database: Iterating Over Keys

Get To Know the Redis Database: Iterating Over Keys

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