What’s New in Two with Redis – March Edition

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Welcome to “What’s New in Two,” the place to catch up on the Redis releases you might have missed from last month. In this article, we’ll delve deeper into developments from March, expanding on what I covered in our latest video. I’ve included a video thumbnail above for those who prefer watching a quick recap of this month’s updates. Let’s dive in.

First, we have a major milestone for Redis Cloud. Fixed Plans are now available in the Google Cloud marketplace. Try it out for just $5 a month for 250 megabytes using your Google Cloud Marketplace credits.  

Next, we’re happy to announce a new client library joining our officially supported client libraries, Lettuce. Developers can now expect a consistent experience across functionality and support with this Java-based client. 

Lastly, a RedisInsight update:

If you’re one of the many who have been storing vector embeddings with Redis, get ready for new formatters for vector embeddings in Browser. This means you can now leverage new formatters for 32-bit and 64-bit vector embeddings. This helps visualize vector embedding structure as arrays to easily copy them for seamless integration with other tools.

That’s a wrap for this month’s “What’s New in Two,” where we’ve taken a closer look at Redis’ latest features and enhancements in March. Whether you prefer watching or reading, Redis has you covered. Stay tuned for more valuable updates in my next two-minute episode. April is stacking up to be a very busy month for us here at Redis, so stay tuned. And if you missed last month’s update, two minutes is all you need to catch up. Until next time…