Account Management

    You can view and update the cluster users in the cluster's Settings > team page. User Roles In Redis Enterprise Software 4.4 and above, administrative user roles as part of Role Based Access Control (RBAC) are now supported. Role Description Details Admin Has full access to the system DB Viewer Allowed to view DB configuration/metrics. All Node/Cluster information and settings are unavailable Can view info about all databases on the clusterCannot view info about nodes and clusterCan view logsCannot view cluster settings outside of changing own password Cluster Viewer Allowed to view Cluster and DB configuration/metrics.

    Integrating LDAP Authentication

    Redis Enterprise Software (RS) provides you with the ability to integrate your existing LDAP server for authentication for account management in RS. LDAP authentication for RS administrator accounts requires minimal manual steps to configure the systems to interact. Note: LDAP groups cannot be mapped to Redis Enterprise Software accounts. For the steps, you need to configure the saslauthd service for the cluster, set up accounts on the LDAP Server, then map those IDs in RS.

    Securing Redis Client Connections

    If you configure it, Redis Enterprise Software (RS) can use industry-standard encryption to protect your data in transit between a Redis client and RS. This is commonly referred to as transport layer security (TLS) or secure socket layer (SSL) technology. While SSL is a common industry term, RS actually supports the more secure TLS standard, but you will see both names used interchangeably here and in RS. Just know that it is TLS.