Redis Labs Enterprise Cluster (RLEC)
Redis Labs Enterprise Cluster (RLEC) is downloadable software for deploying enterprise grade, highly available and scalable Redis clusters with substantially lower operational costs than any Redis deployment method.
RLEC is the proven technology that powers Redis Cloud, and is reliably used in production by thousands of the world’s largest enterprises.
RLEC extends open source Redis and delivers operational benefits of stable, high performance, zero-downtime linear scaling and hassle-free true high availability with substantially lower operational costs.
Install RLEC in your environment of choice, be it in an on-premises data-center or your preferred public or private cloud platform, with full control of your data and configuration.Download RLEC Download the Datasheet
Enterprise Grade Redis Scaling & Clustering
Scale your Redis databases dynamically without any downtime, across multiple nodes and multiple cores. Increase your dataset’s maximum size by simply changing the memory limit setting, or increase the number of shards with the click of a button.
Always On, Automated High Availability
Enjoy the always-on high availability of RLEC with continuous operation, no human intervention and minimal operational effort. Redis Labs’ proven technology provides the only true high availability for Redis deployments that safeguards against all possible failure scenarios with built-in persistence, in-memory continuous diskless replication and instant auto-failover across racks, zones, datacenters, geo-regions and clouds.
Stable Predictable High Performance
Gain higher, more stable Redis performance with RLEC optimizations such as maximized command pipelining, optimized persistent connections to your database and better utilization of your available cores. RLEC delivers linear performance scaling with automatic shard migration and rebalancing even under extreme loads.
Substantially Lower Operational Costs
Lower the costs of managing and operating Redis by using RLEC’s UI, API or CLI to provision, configure, and monitor shards, automating their re-balancing and migration to efficiently maintain throughput and latency thresholds. Utlize RLEC’s natively multi-tenant architecture to run multiple Redis databases and clusters, on a single RLEC deployment. Gain upto 70% cost savings on large Redis datasets by using RLEC Flash to run Redis on a combination of RAM and more cost-effective Flash memory used as a RAM extension.
Enterprise Class Support
Gain 24x7 enterprise class support backed by the experts who develop open source Redis and who manage over 200k Redis databases for thousands of customers worldwide.
Grow your dataset beyond the largest node in the cluster and process it by any number of CPU cores, while choosing your own sharding policy. Scale your dataset dynamically, and without downtime, by simply changing the memory limit setting or increasing the number of shards with the click of a button.
True high-availability with continuous replication
Achieve continuous in-memory replication and instant automatic failover across racks/zones/datacenters with the click of a button. Protect your Redis datasets with UI, CLI or API-enabled replication, persistence, backups and disaster recovery.
Hybrid deployment and geo-region replication
Efficiently replicate Redis databases across multi-region RLEC deployments, over WANs or between RLEC and Redis Cloud Private (RCP), with built-in compression and WAN optimization technologies. Create multi-region, multi-cloud or hybrid Redis (on-premises and cloud) deployments that accelerate your applications and require zero time to DR.
Gain top-notch performance even in intensive disk-access scenarios with RLEC enhancements such as maximizing command pipelining, maintaining optimal persistent connections to every shard of your databases, and utilizing multiple CPU cores. Real-time shard migration isolates high-load databases from other databases running on the same node.
Multiple dedicated databases
Run multiple databases over a single RLEC deployment, each in a dedicated process and in a non-blocking manner.
Unlimited database connections
Use as many database connections as you want.
Full featured management UI
Simplify operations with RLEC’s intuitive user interface (UI) to set up, configure and monitor the cluster and each database. RLEC provides configurable threshold-based alerts for over twenty important Redis metrics and integration with third-party monitoring tools such as Nagios.
Automate day to day maintenance tasks such as database scaling, data-persistence tuning, auto-failover, re-sharding, shards migration and rebalancing needs.
Enjoy our premium 24/7 support with a support subscription, via the Redis Labs' online or phone helpdesk. Reap benefits from the tremendous operational expertise of the team that develops and maintains open source Redis and the professionals who manage hundreds of thousands of Redis databases daily.
To learn more, visit our RLEC documentation.
Slash operational costs by up to 70% with Redis on Flash, delivering the high throughput and low latencies of Redis, but with more cost effective Flash memory used as a RAM extension.
Free your DevOps/DBAs from managing your Redis deployments!
Use our experienced DevOps team to remotely manage your private datacenter RLEC environment 24/7.
RLEC on Private Paas
Redis Labs teams with leading Private PaaS providers to make RLEC available on their platforms.
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The technology behind RLEC
Redis Labs' patented clustering technology provides the following advantages:
- A zero-latency multi-proxy architecture that shields your application from all cluster complexity - your application can continue working as if it is accessing a single instance of Redis with support for all Redis commands. The proxy forwards the requests to the relevant cluster shards in a fully transparent manner.
- Decoupling of the data path from the control and management path - each Redis instance in RLEC works as an independent unit in a “shared-nothing” architecture. Our cluster manager component runs outside of the Redis core and on each node of the cluster, making sure that operations like auto-scaling, re-sharding, re-balancing, failover, shard migration, database provisioning and software upgrades do not impact the data path. The cluster manager also ensures consistent high performance by using multiple internal algorithms to avoid “noisy neighbor” problems.
- Cross rack/zone/datacenter/region true high availability - RLEC includes watchdog processes that constantly monitor the Redis databases and nodes ensuring instant detection of any failure scenario and automatic failover across racks, zones, datacenters, regions and clouds.
- Simplified and automated operations and database management - RLEC provides UI, CLI and API based management and automation for day to day ongoing operations such as database provisioning, clustering, auto-scaling, re-sharding and rebalancing, with full visibility into and alerting based on Redis-specific metrics.
Gartner Acknowledges Redis Labs as a Leader
In the 2015 Magic Quadrant for Operational Database Management Systems (ODBMS)51
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Redis Labs Dominates
Redis Labs is the open source home and commercial provider of Redis, a database benchmarked as the world’s fastest. Gartner has named the company as a Leader in it's 2015 ODBMS Magic Quadrant. Redis Labs' software and service solutions power cutting edge applications with blazing fast enterprise-class Redis and are trusted by thousands of customers for high performance, seamless scalability, true high availability and best-in-class expertise. Redis is ranked the #1 NoSQL (and #2 database) in User Satisfaction and Market Presence by G2 Crowd, the top database technology on Docker by Datadog, the most popular NoSQL database in containers by DevOps.com and ClusterHQ, the #1 NoSQL among Top 10 Data Stores by Stackshare and both the fastest growing database since January 2013 and one of the top three NoSQL databases by DB-engines.