Create Redis database on Azure Cache

Redis is an open source, in-memory, key-value data store most commonly used as a primary database, cache, message broker, and queue. Redis cache delivers sub-millisecond response times, enabling fast and powerful real-time applications in industries such as gaming, fintech, ad-tech, social media, healthcare, and IoT. Developers love Redis due to its speed, simplicity and performance.

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Azure Cache for Redis is a native fully-managed service on Microsoft Azure. Azure Cache for Redis offers both the Redis open-source (OSS Redis) and a commercial product from Redis (Redis Cloud) as a managed service. It provides secure and dedicated Redis server instances and full Redis API compatibility. The service is operated by Microsoft, hosted on Azure, and accessible to any application within or outside of Microsoft Azure.

Azure Cache for Redis dashboard uses Azure Monitor to provide several options for monitoring your cache instances.Learn more Use Azure Monitor to:

  • View metrics
  • Pin metrics charts to the Startboard
  • Customize the date and time range of monitoring charts
  • Add and remove metrics from the charts
  • Set alerts when certain conditions are met

Step 1. Getting Started#

Search for "azure redis cache " in the search dashboard and launch Azure Cache for Redis Cloud