Redis Enterprise on Microsoft Azure simplifies the development of highly performant, resilient, and seamlessly scalable real-time applications across hybrid and cloud-based IT architectures
Mountain View, April 23, 2019—Redis Labs, the home of Redis and provider of Redis Enterprise, today announced that Redis Enterprise on Microsoft Azure is available as a fully managed Database-as-a-Service in an Azure Virtual Network or as downloadable software.
Enterprises are increasingly improving the customer experience with fully resilient modern applications that scale elastically without interruption in hybrid and cloud-based architectures. Redis Enterprise on Microsoft Azure delivers a powerful multi-model database for applications’ operational data with native data structures, search, graph, streams, AI, time series, document, and probabilistic data structures. Redis Enterprise powers a variety of use cases, such as high-speed transactions, recommendation engines, data ingest, session management, real-time analytics, caching, and many more.
Cloud applications are processing transactions with operational data at increasing speed. Redis Enterprise ensures that they do not experience even a minute of downtime, with built-in high availability to handle every type of failure scenario, including a complete datacenter or network failure.
“Redis Enterprise just works,” said Dekel Shavit, Vice President of Operations and CISO at BioCatch. “We no longer need to worry about anything related to data at scale or try to anticipate the future infrastructure requirements of an ever-changing market 24 months in advance. We simply insert building blocks into Redis Enterprise VPC as we go and rest easy knowing that, whatever the future holds, Redis Labs has us covered.”
“Many businesses are scaling a single Redis instance to hundreds of thousands of operations per second,” said Rod Hamlin, Vice President of Global Alliances and Strategic Partnerships at Redis Labs. “One minute of downtime can bring an entire system to its knees. With this collaboration, Redis Enterprise will safeguard Microsoft Azure applications, with full resilience to every type of failure scenario in a multi-region cloud, or hybrid architecture.”
In addition, Redis Labs announced it has achieved co-sell ready status through the Microsoft One Commercial Partner program. Redis Labs is now among an elite group of independent software vendors selected by Microsoft for intensive joint sales, support and go-to-market initiatives. Specifically, Redis Labs will work directly with Microsoft’s global sales force and partners to accelerate the adoption of Redis Enterprise.
“More and more modern applications are using Redis Enterprise as a multi-model database,” said John Montgomery, CVP, Developer Division at Microsoft. “Redis Enterprise enables customers to take advantage of automating deployments and operations with the scalability, reliability, and agility of Microsoft Azure to manage data growth.”
Read more about the partnership between Redis Labs and Microsoft Azure.