Cerulean

Azure Redis Cache

Redis Cache Accounts

Redis Cache Accounts

  • List: List redis cache accounts in your Azure Subscription.
  • Create: Create redis cache in your Azure Subscription.
  • View: View properties of a redis cache account in your Azure Subscription.
  • Update: Update properties of a redis cache account in your Azure Subscription.
    • Non-SSL Port: Enable/disable support for connecting to a redis cache account on Non-SSL port.
    • Minimum TLS Version: Change minimum TLS version (1.0, 1.1 or 1.2) supported by your redis cache account.
    • Eviction Policy: Configure eviction policy for a redis cache account. Following values are supported: Volatile LRU, All Keys LRU, Volatile Random, All Keys Random, Volatile TTL and No Eviction.
    • Reserved Memory: Configure reserved memory for a redis cache account. For max memory and max fragmented reserved memory is supported.
  • Access Keys: Manage access keys of a redis cache account in your Azure Subscription.
    • List: List access keys for a redis cache account.
    • Regenerate: Regenerate either of the access keys for a redis cache account.
  • Pricing Tier/Scale: Change pricing tier/scale of a redis cache account in your Azure Subscription.
  • Clustering: Manage clustering for a redis cache account in "Premium" tier in your Azure Subscription. Manage clustering include enabling clustering and changing the cluster size.
  • Reboot: Reboot a redis cache server in your Azure Subscription right from the application. For a redis cache account in "Premium" tier, specific nodes (or all nodes) can be rebooted.
  • Delete: Delete one or more redis cache accounts from your Azure Subscription.
  • Tags: Manage tags for a redis cache account in your Azure Subscription.
  • Resource Locks: Manage resource locks for a redis cache account in your Azure Subscription.
    • List: List resource locks defined on a redis cache account.
    • Create: Create resource lock on a redis cache account. Both "Read Only" and "Do Not Delete" type locks can be created.
    • Delete: Delete one or more resource locks from a redis cache account.
  • Connect: Connect to your redis cache accounts using account name and key. You can also connect to local redis cache as well using Cerulean.
  • 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.
  • Server Information: View detailed information about a redis cache server.
  • Delete All Keys (FLUSHALL): Remove all keys from all databases in a redis cache server (FLUSHALL command).
  • Client List: View the list of clients connected with a redis cache server. You can also kill one or more client connections.
  • Slowlog: View slowlog entries (i.e. list of commands taking more time) for a redis cache server. You can also clear all slowlog entries.
  • View in Portal: View a redis cache account details in Azure Portal from within the application.
New Account
Account Properties
Account Tags
Management Locks
Account Settings
Access Keys
Scale (Pricing Tier)
Clustering
Reboot
Server Information
Clients List
Slow Logs
New Account Connection

Monitor

Cerulean includes redis cache monitor functionality using which you can monitor the performance of your Redis Cache instance in real time. Monitoring of over 250 elements including but not limited to % CPU Utilization, % Memory Utilization etc. is possible with this functionality.

Terminal (Cache Console)

Cerulean includes 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.

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