ScaleGrid for Redis™* on Azure

Fully managed hosting for Redis™ on Azure allows you to automate your time-consuming operations in the cloud.

ScaleGrid Makes it Easy to Manage Redis™ on Azure

Access the best management features for Redis™ to improve the performance, security, and scalability of your applications on Microsoft Azure cloud.

Premium Redis on Azure Hosting Features: Bring Your Own Azure Account, host in your own cloud

Bring Your Own Azure Account

Automate your Redis™ hosting and management in the safety of your own Azure cloud account.

Premium Redis on Azure Hosting Features: Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) and private subnets support

Azure VNET Support

Deploy Redis™ in an Azure Virtual Network to keep your in-memory data structure store protected from the internet.

Premium Redis on Azure Hosting Features: Save 75% on long-term hosting costs with EC2 Reserved Instances

Use Reserved Instances

Lower your long-term hosting costs up to 60% with Reserved Instances through our Bring Your Own Cloud (BYOC) plans.

Premium Redis on Azure Hosting Features: Slow Query Analysis debugging and tracking tools improves application performance

Redis™ High Availability

Customize your master-slave replication setup for Redis™ across different Azure datacenter regions for high availability.

Premium Redis on Azure Hosting Features: Customize Persistence with snapshots (RDB) and Append Only File (AOF)

Disaster Recovery

Automate your Redis™ failover from the master to a slave server to protect your deployments from disastrous events.

Premium Redis on Azure Hosting Features: Get High Availability with replicas sets and setup failover protection

Slow Query Analysis

Analyze your Redis™ operations through a custom schedule or on-demand with the advanced debugging and tracking tool.

Premium Redis on Azure Hosting Features: SSL access, data at rest disk encryption and encrypted backups

Redis™ Cluster Sharding

Automatically distribute your data across multiple nodes without any downtime with horizontal Redis™ sharding.

Premium Redis on Azure Hosting Features: No downtime, dynamic scaling for server CPU, memory, and disk

SSH Access To Azure Servers

Keep full SSH access to the underlying machines, and Redis™ admin access to all of your clusters.

Premium Redis on Azure Hosting Features: Redis Shard support for horizonal scaling

Customizable Redis™ Persistence

Customize your persistence with managed disk snapshots (RDB) and Append Only File (AOF) to record data changes.

Premium Redis on Azure Hosting Features: Monitoring Console with custom alerts on OS and Redis metrics

Multi-Cloud Support

Improve your Redis™ cloud reliability and avoid vendor lock-in with multi-cloud support on AWS and Azure.

Premium Redis on Azure Hosting Features: Keep full Redis admin access and SSH root access

Customize RAM, Disk & Instance Type

Customize your Azure RAM, disk size, IOPS and instance type for your Redis™ clusters at any size for no extra cost.

Premium Redis on Azure Hosting Features: Host Redis on Dedicated Servers with full RAM, disk resources

Zero Downtime Dynamic Scaling

Dynamically scale your Redis™ servers CPU, memory, and disk size in a few simple clicks with zero downtime.

Worldwide Azure Hosting for Redis™ Across 30 Regions

ScaleGrid Redis hosting on Azure worldwide map of all 14 supported global datacenter regions

Americas

  • East US (Virginia)
  • Central US (Iowa)
  • South Central US (Texas)
  • West US
  • Central Canada
  • South Brazil
  • US Gov Iowa
  • East US 2 (Virginia)
  • North Central US (Illinois)
  • West Central US
  • West US2
  • East Canada
  • US Gov Virginia

Europe

  • North Europe
  • West Europe
  • South UK
  • West UK
  • Germany Central
  • Germany North East

Asia Pacific

  • East Asia
  • Japan East
  • Australia East
  • India Central
  • India South
  • China East
  • South East Asia
  • Japan West
  • Australia South East
  • India West
  • China North

ScaleGrid Plan for Redis™ on Azure

Host Redis™ through your own Azure cloud account at ScaleGrid:

Bring Your Own Cloud

  • Redis Hosting on AWS: Dedicated hosting and Bring Your Own Cloud (BYOC) use cases by plan Production Deployments
  • Redis Hosting on AWS: Dedicated hosting and Bring Your Own Cloud (BYOC) use cases by plan High-Traffic Applications
  • Redis Hosting on AWS: Dedicated hosting and Bring Your Own Cloud (BYOC) use cases by plan VNET Support
  • Redis Hosting on AWS: Dedicated hosting and Bring Your Own Cloud (BYOC) use cases by plan Leveraging Azure Discounts
  • Redis Hosting on AWS: Dedicated hosting and Bring Your Own Cloud (BYOC) use cases by plan Leveraging Reserved Instances
  • Redis Hosting on AWS: Dedicated hosting and Bring Your Own Cloud (BYOC) use cases by plan Leveraging Security Groups for Access Control

ScaleGrid Pricing for Redis™ on Azure

Configure your ScaleGrid Azure pricing for Redis™ using B1S, Dv3 and Ev3 instances:

RAM
  • Cloud Provider:
  • Instance Type:
  • RAM (GB):

ScaleGrid Deals for Redis™

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