Kubernetes provides enterprise orchestration of containers and has been widely adopted. The Redis Enterprise Operator for Kubernetes provides a simple way to get a Redis Enterprise cluster on Kubernetes as well as enables more complex deployment scenarios. Getting Started This section lists the different ways to set up and run Redis Enterprise on Kubernetes. You can deploy on variety of Kubernetes distributions both on-prem and in the cloud via our Redis Enterprise Operator for Kubernetes.
This topic describes how to install and configure Redis Enterprise for Pivotal Platform (formerly Pivotal Cloud Foundry - PCF). Install Redis Enterprise for Pivotal Platform Sign in to PivNet and download the product file from Pivotal Network to your local machine. Navigate to the Ops Manager Installation Dashboard and click Import a Product to upload the product file. Under the Import a Product button, click + next to the version number of Redis Enterprise for Pivotal Platform.
Redis Enterprise Software Kubernetes Operator Release Notes 6.0.20-12 (July 2021) 6.0.20-4 (May 2021) 6.0.12-5 (February 2021) 6.0.8-20 (December 2020) 6.0.8-1 (October 2020) 6.0.6-24 (August 2020) 6.0.6-23 (August 2020) 6.0.6-11 (July 2020) 6.0.6-6 (June 2020) 5.4.14-2 (March 2020) 5.4.10-8 January 2020
Here are some frequently asked questions about Redis Enterprise on integration platforms. What is an Operator? An Operator is a Kubernetes custom controller which extends the native K8s API. Refer to the article Redis Enterprise K8s Operator-based deployments – Overview. Does Redis Enterprise Operator support multiple clusters per namespace? The Redis Enterprise Operator may only deploy a single Redis Enterprise Cluster per namespace. Each Redis Enterprise Cluster can run multiple databases while maintaining high capacity and performance.