Control database access using RBAC

Use role-based access control (RBAC) to configure the user's level of access to a database.

Default user

When you create a database, default user access is enabled automatically.

If you set up role-based access controls for your database and don't require compatibility with versions earlier than Redis 6, you can deactivate the default user.

Before you deactivate default user access, make sure the role associated with the database is assigned to a user. Otherwise, the database will be inaccessible.

Role-based access control

To control a user's level of access to a database, use role-based access control (RBAC).

  1. Configure Redis ACLs.

  2. Create or edit a role and associate it with specific Redis ACLs and databases.

  3. Assign the role to a user to grant access to the database with the permissions defined by the role's associated ACLs.

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