The best way to deploy, monitor, backup, and scale your Redis™ deployments in the cloud.
Host and manage Redis™ in the safety of your own AWS cloud account and leverage your credits and discounts.
Protect your database from the internet by deploying Redis™ in an AWS VPC and private subnets.
Save up to 75% on long-term Redis™ hosting costs with AWS EC2 Reserved Instances on our BYOC plans.
Quickly improve the performance of your application with advanced debugging and monitoring tools.
Customize your data persistence by enabling snapshots (RDB) and Append Only File (AOF) to record data changes.
Distribute your highly available Redis™ replicas sets across different AWS regions and setup failover protection.
Enable SSL based access, encrypt your data "at rest" for compliance, along with fully encrypted backups.
Dynamically scale your CPU, memory, and disk size of your Redis™ servers with zero downtime.
Scale horizontally by adding and removing partitions to the Redis™ key space for sharding on AWS.
Get a detailed dashboard of all of your OS and Redis™ metrics and configure custom alerts on the metrics of your choice.
Keep full SSH root access to the underlying machine and maintain 100% admin control over your Redis™ clusters.
Host your Redis™ clusters on dedicated virtual/physical machines and use your full RAM and disk resources.
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