Documentation - Redise Pack

A guide to Redise Pack installation, operation and administration

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What’s new in Redis Enterprise Pack 5.0 Preview?

Below are detailed a few of the major features of this preview release along with bug fixes and patches.

Geo-Distributed Active-Active Conflict-free Replicated Databases (CRDB)

Developing globally distributed applications can be challenging, as developers have to think about race conditions and complex combinations of events under geo-failovers and cross-region write conflicts. CRDBs simplify developing such applications by directly using built-in smarts for handling conflicting writes based on the data type in use. Instead of depending on just simplistic “last-writer-wins” type conflict resolution, geo-distributed CRDBs combines techniques defined in CRDT (conflict-free replicated data types) research with Redis types to provide smart and automatic conflict resolution based on the data type’s intent.

For more information, go here. For information, go to Developing with CRDBs.

Redis Modules

Redis Modules enable you to extend the functionality of Redis Enterprise Pack. One can add new data types, capabilities, etc. to tailor the cluster to a specific use case or need. Once installed, modules benefit from the high performance, scalability, and high availability that Redis Enterprise is known for.

Redis Labs’ Modules

There are three modules Redis Labs has developed and certified with Redis Enterprise Pack (RP). The modules are:

  • RediSearch – This module turns RP into a supercharged distributed in-memory full-text indexing and search beast.
  • ReJSON – Now you have the convenience JSON as a built-in data type and easily able to address nested data via a path.
  • ReBloom – Enables RP to have a scalable bloom filter as a data type. Bloom filters are probabilistic data structures that do a very good job at quickly determining if something is contained within a set.

Custom Modules

In addition, Redis Enterprise Pack provides the ability to load and use custom modules from redismodules.com or of your own creation.

Support for Docker in Production

Deploying and running your Redis Enterprise Pack cluster on Docker containers is now officially supported in production systems and available to pull from Docker hub. With the official image, you can easily and quickly deploy several containers to start running a scalable and highly available cluster Redis Enterprise Pack is famous for.

For more information go to quick start with Redis Enterprise Pack on Docker.

LDAP Integration

As part of our continued emphasis on security, administrative user accounts in Redis Enterprise Pack can now use either built-in authentication or authenticate externally via LDAP with saslauthd. The accounts can be used for administering resources on the cluster via command line, Rest API, or Web UI.

For more information see LDAP Integration.


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