You can download the last Redis source files here. For additional options, see the Redis downloads section below.
Redis 7.2 includes optimizations, several new commands, some improvements, bug fixes, and several new module APIs. It also includes changes that potentially break backwards compatibility with older versions.
Redis Stack Server extends Redis with modern data models such as document, time series. Redis Stack also includes RedisInsight, a visualization tool for Redis. Read the latest release notes, or download the latest 7.2 binaries:
You can download and run Redis Docker images from DockerHub. Multiple versions are available, usually updated shortly after each new release.
This is where all the development happens. Only for hard-core hackers or for folks who need to test the latest features or performance improvements. As this is an experimental build, it's not guaranteed to be fit for production deployment.
Older Redis Versions
Redis 7.0 includes several new user-facing features, significant performance optimizations, and many other improvements. It also includes changes that potentially break backwards compatibility with older versions.
Redis 6.2 includes many new commands and improvements. Redis 6.2 improves on the completeness of Redis and addresses issues that have been requested by many users frequently or for a long time.
List of all releases and hash digests
Redis Stack downloads
Redis Stack 7.2
- macOS: x86_64, arm64
- AppImage: x86_64
- Ubuntu: Bionic x86_64, Bionic arm64, Focal x86_64, Focal arm64, Snap x86_64, Snap arm64, Jammy x86_64, Jammy arm64
- Debian: Bullseye x86_64
- Redhat/CentOS 7: x86_64
- Redhat/CentOS 8: x86_64
- Redis Stack on Dockerhub: x86_64 and arm64
- Redis Stack server on Dockerhub: x86_64 and arm64
See the release notes for 7.2.0-v2.
RedisInsight is a powerful tool for visualizing and optimizing data in Redis or Redis Stack. Read the latest RedisInsight release notes.
Download the latest RedisInsight from the RedisInsight download page.