Creating a Subscription

    When you create a Redis Cloud subscription, you must choose: A cloud provider: Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform The provider region Redis Cloud service level: Fixed - Set pricing designed for low-throughput applications Flexible - “Pay as you go” plans for any dataset size or throughput Annual - Predefined annual consumption commitments that provide substantial discounts over Flexible plans To learn more, see Redis Enterprise Cloud Pricing.

    Customizing a Subscription

    When you create a Redis Cloud subscription, you can select Build a Plan to customize the subscription. Customizing a subscription To customize a subscription you must: Setup - Configure the VPC: General - Configure the general settings of the new subscription: Subscription name Redis on RAM or Redis on Flash (RoF) Cloud Details - Configure the cloud that you want the subscription on: The cloud provider: Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform The cloud region If you want to host your subscription on multiple availability zones (multi-AZ) for high availability, enable Multi-AZ.

    Viewing and Editing a Subscription

    After you create a subscription, you can view the subscription details and change some of them, including: Subscription name Security access Payment method Viewing subscriptions To view the details of a subscription click “Subscriptions” in the menu, and then click on the name of the Subscription you want to view. When you view a subscription, you can see: Subscription name (To edit the name, click ) Cloud provider details Memory type (RAM/RAM + Flash) In the Security section, you can define access to your Redis Cloud account.

    Creating a Database

    Once you have a subscription, you can easily create a database in Redis Cloud by following these steps: In the Redis Cloud menu, click Databases. In the subscription where you want to add the database, click . Configure the database: Name - Enter a name for the database. (Up to 40 characters long) Protocol - Select whether the database uses Redis or Memcached. Memory - Enter a memory limit for the database.

    Deleting a Database

    Deleting a database is just as easy as creating one. Make sure that you are truly done with the database, because after you delete the database it cannot be recovered (except from your backups). Note - Only users that are defined as Owners on the Redis Cloud account can delete a database. We recommend that you create a backup of your database before deleting it. Deleting a database Go to the Databases page from the Redis Cloud menu.

    Changing Redis Cloud Plans

    You can change your subscription plan at any time. To do so: From the Redis Cloud menu, choose Subscriptions. Select the subscription you want to change. Select the Change Subscription button to list the available options. The first option you can change is type, which indicates whether the plan supports replication or data-persistence. Your current selection is highlighted. To change this setting, select your preferred value.

    Viewing and Editing Databases

    To view your database, go to the Menu and click on “Databases”. Your databases are grouped by subscription. In this view you see the each database and some of its settings. Since a subscription can have multiple databases, you can add one to a subscription by clicking on the + below each subscription table. When you select a database you can: Click to edit the database. You can change the database settings.