Kubernetes provides simpler orchestration with containers and has been widely adapted. It is simple to get a Redis Enterprise cluster on Kubernetes with the new Redis Enterprise Docker container. What is Redis Enterprise? Redis is the most popular database used with Docker containers. Redis Enterprise (Redise) extends open source Redis and delivers stable high performance, linear scaling and high availability with significant operational savings. We will use the Docker container for 4.
These are the steps required to set up a Redis Enterprise Software Cluster with OpenShift. Prerequisites: An OpenShift cluster installed with at least three nodes (each meeting the minimum requirements for a development installation The kubectl package installed at version 1.8 or higher The OpenShift cli installed Step 1: Login Log in to your OpenShift account as a super admin (so you have access to all the default projects).
Redis Enterprise for Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) exposes its service plans on the Marketplace. Developers can provision highly available and scalable Redis databases by creating instances of the service plans using Apps Manager or the Cloud Foundry Command Line Interface (cf CLI). Installation and Configuration Step 1: Import the Redis Enterprise Software Tile You will need to import the Redis Enterprise Software .pivotal file into your Pivotal Cloud Foundry environment to get started.