Azure Redis Cache

Based on popular Redis Cache, Azure Redis Cache provides access to a secure, dedicated Redis cache, managed by Microsoft. Azure Redis Cache is supported in our Cerulean product.

Overview

 

Based on popular Redis Cache, Azure Redis Cache provides access to a secure, dedicated Redis cache, managed by Microsoft. Cerulean enables you to manage data in your Azure Redis Cache accounts from the convenience of your desktop and the platform of your choice. Using Cerulean, not only you can connect to your Azure Redis Cache instances but also to a Redis Cache running on your local computer and manage data in there.


Loaded with features like real-time monitoring, cache terminal, cache keys management, and one-click key purging etc. plus support for other Azure services like Cosmos DB, you don't have to look for any other tool to manage data in your Azure Redis Cache accounts.

Features

 

Account

  • Connect: Connect to one or more Azure or Local Redis Cache accounts using account name and key.
  • Multi-Region Support: You can manage Redis Cache accounts hosted in all Azure regions where this service is supported.
  • Friendly Name: Assign a friendly name to your Redis Cache accounts e.g. "Development", "Production", "Staging" etc. for easier identification.
  • Resource Category: Assign a category e.g. "Development", "Production", "QA" to your Redis Cache accounts for resource categorization.
  • Permissions: Open an account in "Read Only" or "Read Write" mode to prevent accidental deletes and updates.
  • Client List: View the list of clients connected with this Redis Cache account. You can also kill one or more client connections.
  • Slowlog: View slowlog entries (i.e. list of commands taking more time). You can also clear all slowlog entries.
  • Delete Keys: Remove all keys from all databases in the Redis Cache account (FLUSHALL command).
  • Information: View detailed information about your Redis Cache server.

Database

  • List: View list of databases in an Azure Redis Cache account. Database list also shows the count of keys in that database.
  • Add Keys: Add keys to a database. All key types are supported - String, Hash, List, Set, and Sorted Set.
  • Delete: Delete all keys from a database (FLUSHDB command).

Keys

  • Search: Search for keys in a database. Application supports partial and wildcard searches when searching for a key.
  • Add Keys: Add keys to a database. All key types are supported - String, Hash, List, Set, and Sorted Set.
  • Delete: Delete one or more keys from a database.
  • Edit: You can change the value of an existing key.
  • Rename: You can rename an existing key.
  • Expiry: You can change the expiry of a key (enforce auto-delete). You can make a key to never expire or expire after certain amount of time (say 5 minutes).

Terminal

  • In the application we have included a basic Redis Cache terminal using which you can execute Redis commands (like KEYS, GET, SET etc.) against a database in your Redis Cache account. Please note that not all Redis commands are supported in Azure Redis Cache because it is a managed service and some of the commands (that won't work) deal with underlying infrastructure.

Monitor

  • In the application we have included a Redis Cache monitoring functionality using which you can monitor the performance of your Redis Cache instance in real time. Application includes monitoring of over 250 elements including but not limited to % CPU Utilization, % Memory Utilization etc.

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