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Redis Enterprise software can be deployed on any virtual machine/bare-metal configuration that supports Linux/RHEL/CentOS operating systems (see supported versions here) with at least 4GB DRAM. To experience Redis Enterprise’s advanced capabilities, like true linear scaling (up to 200M ops/sec with sub-millisecond latency), instant single-digit-seconds failover time, multi-terabyte deployment with Redis on Flash using SSD or persistent memory, and Active-Active geo-distribution technology, check Redis Enterprise’s hardware requirements.
Redis Enterprise Software combined with our purpose-built Redis Enterprise Operator is designed to provide enterprise-grade capabilities such as the declarative deployment of clusters and databases within minutes, leveraging Infrastructure as Code (IaC); automated cluster lifecycle management, including upgrade and recovery; high availability with seamless failover; Active-Active deployment across Kubernetes clusters; database controller; and data persistence. The Redis Enterprise Kubernetes Operator deployment is available across multiple Kubernetes platforms, including RedHat OpenShift, Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE), VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid (formerly Enterprise PKS) as well as upstream Kubernetes. Learn more about the principles we use to deploy Redis Enterprise on Kubernetes.
(TAZ, formerly PCF)
Redis Enterprise provides a tightly integrated solution with TAZ. Application developers can natively use the Redis Enterprise Service Broker for VMware Tanzu for launching and managing the life cycle of their databases/cache systems, and operators can employ a variety of automation tools for managing their Redis deployments with enhanced monitoring capabilities, failure recovery, seamless migration between plans, and seamless software upgrades. Visit the VMware Services Marketplace to learn more about the benefits of using Redis Enterprise in your Tanzu environment.
Redis Enterprise software is available on Amazon’s AWS Marketplace, Google Cloud Marketplace, and the Microsoft Azure Marketplace with the ease of single-click deployment. Simply choose the instance type for the nodes in your cluster and see how easy it is to handle millions of ops/sec while ensuring sub-millisecond latency. You can even test our failover mechanism by shutting down one of the nodes of your cluster, you’ll find that Redis Enterprise continues to work with zero effect on your traffic.