Easily deploy, monitor, backup and scale your Redis™ deployments on DigitalOcean.
See how you can automate all of your time-consuming Redis™ management tasks on DigitalOcean:
Deploy Redis™ on dedicated hosting servers at DigitalOcean.
Automate daily backups of Redis™ through a custom schedule or perform on-demand.
Reduce downtime with automated failover to a healthy node in a disastrous event.
Keep full admin access and privileges to your Redis™ deployment.
Improve your Redis™ performance with advanced database and OS monitoring.
Customize your Redis™ persistence using AOF or RDB point-in-time snapshots.
Get 24/7 support from our database experts on your deployment.
Easily migrate your Redis™ deployments with an easy-to-use import wizard.
Automate all of your routine maintenance tasks for Redis™ in the cloud.
Customize your Redis™ configurations through an interactive console.
Review the contents of a Redis™ backup and retrieve your required rows.
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