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Visualize and optimize Redis data

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RedisInsight is a powerful tool for visualizing and optimizing data in Redis or Redis Stack, making real-time application development easier and more fun than ever before. RedisInsight lets you do both GUI- and CLI-based interactions in a fully-featured desktop GUI client.

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Connection management

  • Automatically discover and add your local Redis or Redis Stack databases (that use standalone connection type and do not require authentication).
  • Discover your databases in Redis Enterprise Cluster and databases with Flexible plans in Redis Cloud.
  • Use a form to enter your connection details and add any Redis database running anywhere (including OSS Cluster, Sentinel).


Browse, filter and visualize your key-value Redis data structures.

  • CRUD support for lists, hashes, strings, sets, sorted sets, and streams

  • CRUD support for JSON

  • Group keys according to their namespaces

  • View, validate, and manage your key values in a human-readable format using formatters that prettify and highlight data in different formats (for example, Unicode, JSON, MessagePack, HEX, and ASCII) in the Browser tool.


Analyze every command sent to Redis in real time.


The CLI is accessible at any time within the application.

  • Employs integrated help to deliver intuitive assistance
  • Use together with a convenient command helper that lets you search and read on Redis commands.


Advanced command line interface with intelligent command auto-complete and complex data visualizations.

  • Built-in guides: you can conveniently discover Redis and Redis Stack features using the built-in guides.

  • Command auto-complete support for all features in Redis and Redis Stack.

  • Visualizations of your indexes, queries, and aggregations.

  • Visualizations of your time series data.


Database analysis

Use the database analysis tool to optimize the performance and memory usage of your Redis database. Check data type distribution and memory allocation and review the summary of key expiration time and memory to be freed over time. Inspect the top keys and namespaces sorted by consumed memory or key length and count of keys, respectively. Capture and track the changes in your database by viewing historical analysis reports. Next figure shows a sample database analysis report.

Redis Streams support

Create and manage streams by adding, removing, and filtering entries per timestamp. To see and work with new entries, enable and customize the automatic refresh rate.

View and manage the list of consumer groups. See existing consumers in a given consumer name as well as the last messages delivered to them. Inspect the list of pending messages, explicitly acknowledge the processed items, or claim unprocessed messages via RedisInsight.

Search features

If you're using Redis Stack's indexing, querying, or full-text search features, RedisInsight provides UI controls to quickly and conveniently run search queries against a preselected index. You can also create a secondary index of your data in a dedicated pane.

Bulk actions

Easily and quickly delete multiple keys of the same type and/or with the same key name pattern in bulk. To do so, in the List or Tree view, set filters per key type or key names and open the Bulk Actions section. The section displays a summary of all the keys with the expected number of keys that will be deleted based on the set filters.

When the bulk deletion is completed, RedisInsight displays the results of this operation with the number of keys processed and the time taken to delete the keys in bulk. Use bulk deletion to optimize the usage of your database based on the results from the Redis database analysis.

Slow Log

The Slow Log tool displays the list of logs captured by the SLOWLOG command to analyze all commands that exceed a specified runtime, which helps with troubleshooting performance issues. Specify both the runtime and the maximum length of Slowlog (which are server configurations) to configure the list of commands logged and set the auto-refresh interval to automatically update the list of commands displayed.


With RedisInsight you can now also extend the core functionality by building your own data visualizations. See our plugin documentation for more information.


RedisInsight includes an opt-in telemetry system. This help us improve the developer experience of the app. We value your privacy; all collected data is anonymized.


To provide your feedback, open a ticket in our RedisInsight repository.


RedisInsight is licensed under SSPL license.

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