Getting Started with Redis Enterprise CRDBs (conflict-free replicated databases)

    In this guide, we'll set up a scale-minimized CRDB (conflict-free replicated database) spanning across two Redis Enterprise Software clusters for test and development environments. Here are the steps: Step 1: Run four Docker containers Step 2: Setup two clusters Step 3: Create a new Redis Enterprise CRDB Step 4: Connect to your member Redis Enterprise CRDBs The steps do the installation through Docker containers. However bare metal installation is quite similar to installing and setting up clusters on other infrastructure like bare metal machines or virtualized environments on Windows, MacOS or Linux.

    Quick Setup of a Redis on Flash Database

    The steps to set up a Redis Enterprise Software cluster using Redis on Flash with a single node are simple and are as follows: Step 1: Install Redis Enterprise Software or launch with Docker container Step 2: Setup a Redis Enterprise Software cluster with Redis on Flash Step 3: Create a new Redis on Flash database Step 4: Connect to your new database If you are looking for more detailed installation instructions you can visit the installing and upgrading section of the technical documentation.

    ReBloom Quick Start Tutorial

    For this quick start, you will need the following: A Redis Enterprise Software cluster with set up already complete Any redis-cli or ReBloom enabled client Create a new database that uses the Module Navigate to databases tab Click on the + sign, if necessary, then create database On the create database screen, check the box for Redis Modules and select the ReBloom module you want to use for this database.

    ReJSON Quick Start Tutorial

    For this quick start, you will need the following: A Redis Enterprise Software cluster with set up already complete Any redis-cli or ReJSON enabled client Create a new database that uses the Module Navigate to databases tab Click on the + sign, if necessary, then create database On the create database screen, check the box for Redis Modules and select the module you want to use for this database.

    RediSearch Quick Start Tutorial

    For this quick start, you will need the following: A Redis Enterprise Software cluster with set up already complete redis-cli Create a new database that uses the Module Navigate to databases tab Click on the + sign, if necessary, then create database On the create database screen, check the box for Redis Modules and select the module you want to use for this database. Click Show advanced options and put 12544 for the port.