AWS Zone Mapping

    If you are looking to squeeze every drop of performance out of your Redis Enterprise Cloud (RC) Database, then matching the AWS availability zones of your application to your RC database may be of interest. First you should know why this process matters and if you need to bother with it at all. Note: If you have a Multi-AZ subscription in Redis Enterprise Cloud, you do not need to perform AWS Zone Mapping.

    Importing Data Into Your Redis Enterprise Cloud Database

    You can import an existing dataset into your Redis Enterprise Cloud instance. This article lists the steps required to share your dataset with Redis Enterprise Cloud. You can import a dataset from an existing Redis server or an RDB file from various sources detailed below. You can also import a sharded database that has multiple RDB files by merging the files into a single RDB. Contact support if you need help merging the RDB files.

    Member of multiple accounts

    It is possible for you to be a member of multiple accounts in Redis Enterprise Cloud. For example, you created your own account, but your company has arranged its subscriptions into multiple accounts (Dev, Test, and Prod) and you are members of each of those accounts. If this is the case, when you open the Redis Enterprise Cloud menu, you will see a menu like the screenshot below. If you click on the little arrow, it will show you all the accounts you are a member of and allow you to quickly switch between each.

    Using flushall Command on Redis Enterprise Cloud

    There are times where you want to delete all database data. In previous versions of Redis Enterprise Cloud, there was a button to perform this for you in the web UI. As more and more people use Redis Enterprise Cloud for their authoritative database, keeping that data safe is even more critical. So this operation was removed from the web UI so people did not accidentally hit it. flushall for Redis Enterprise Cloud Databases If you would still like to perform this operation on your database, you can, but it is from the command line using the redis-cli command or from your favorite Redis client.

    Using flush_all for Memcached Cloud

    Follow the instructions below to use flush_all. flush_all for SASL Protected Memcached Enterprise Cloud Databases If your resource has SASL authentication enabled, you can't use nc command or telnet to run flush_all on your Memcached Enterprise Cloud resource. You will have to download a Memcached CLI client that supports SASL. We recommend to use the bmemcached-CLI client, and the instructions here is for this client. This instruction refers to Ubuntu OS.