While there is very little configuration of Redis Cloud Pro required, there are some things that you can and may want to do to tailor your database to your use case.

    Securing Your Database

    The security controls for your database are: Access Control by Source IP/Subnet The number of source IP rules that you can add depends on the Redis Cloud Pro plan that you purchased. For example, the 1GB plan allows up to 8 source IP authentication rules. These rules can contain either IP or CIDR notation. In case you require more source IP rules than your current Redis Cloud Pro plan entitles you to, you can see the different plans and the maximum number of source IP rules that they support here.

    Monitoring Performance

    Redis Cloud Pro provides a straightforward dashboard that gives you good visibility into each database. Metrics can be viewed on the Metrics tab of a selected database. Use the scroll bar at the top to change between time intervals: last minute, five minutes, hour, day, week, month, and year. If you hover your cursor over a metric's mini-graph, you should see two boxes with arrows, one arrow pointing to the left and one to the right (depending on which side of the mini-graph you hover on).

    Database Backups

    You can run scheduled and on-demand backups of your Redis Cloud Pro databases to a remote storage location. Scheduled backups run every 24 hours. Amazon Simple Storage Service (AWS S3) To use an S3 bucket for storing backups, first access your AWS Management Console and follow these steps: Select the S3 service under Services -> Storage -> S3 to navigate to the S3 Management Console. Navigate to your bucket's permissions page: To create a new bucket: Click the + Create Bucket button Enter a name and region for the bucket Click the Next button.