Redis Labs Unveils Redise Technology

Redis announces the availability of Redise Pack 4.4, advancing Redis Enterprise capabilities for a richer developer and operational experience

Mountain View, February 6, 2017—Today, Redis, the home of Redis, introduced Redise, or Redis Enterprise. Redise is the technology that underpins Redis’ entire platform, products, and services portfolio and simplifies how enterprises deploy Redis in any environment. With Redise, enterprises gain a significantly enhanced deployment architecture that delivers effortless scaling, always-on availability and significant cost reduction, all within one unified platform.

Redis also announced the availability of a richer development and operational experience with Redise Pack 4.4, and a significantly enhanced user experience for the Redise Cloud service. As Redis becomes the de-facto high performance database for next generation applications, customers are looking for broader use case coverage, greater cost-effectiveness with large dataset sizes, and superior administrative ease. Redise and all the new features unveiled in Redise Pack 4.4 and Redise Cloud directly address these, giving enterprises advanced capabilities to use economical Flash memory as a RAM extender at the same sub-millisecond latencies of Redis, sophisticated ACID controls such as advanced tunable consistency and durability, new Redis commands for BIT and GEO operations and enhanced security with role-based access controls.

“We are making enormous strides in growth and adoption of Redis Enterprise, both on-premises, in different clouds and in hybrid environments,” said Yiftach Shoolman, chief technology officer of Redis. “Unifying all product lines under Redise illuminates both the power and the reach of our platform. As more and more enterprises increasingly rely on Redis for real-time operational and analytics scenarios, the Redise portfolio significantly strengthens high availability and reduces operational costs in the broadest variety of environments.”

Redise technology, used by over 60,000 customers, enhances open source Redis while fully supporting all its commands, data structures and modules. The Redise portfolio adds exceptional flexibility, high performance, multiple deployment choices (public and private clouds, on-premises, hybrid, RAM-Flash combination) and support for fast access with any dataset size. Redise is the most flexible NoSQL database available to enterprises as it is the first unified portfolio that gives customers a wide range of deployment choices and integrations with every cloud or on-premises environment and greater selection over cost profiles.

The Redise portfolio includes:
Redise Cloud – Redise Cloud delivers secure, highly available Redis Enterprise as a hosted, fully managed cloud service, in a range of cloud environments including AWS, Microsoft Azure, IBM Softlayer, Google Cloud Platform, Heroku, Pivotal CloudFoundry, OpenShift and more.
● Redise Cloud Private – Redise Cloud Private delivers full-managed, cost-optimized, highly available Redis Enterprise databases in private environments of major public clouds.
● Redise Pack – previously Redis Enterprise Cluster, Redise Pack is Redis’ downloadable software product line that enhances Redis with stable high performance, zero-downtime linear scaling, hassle-free true high availability, as well as significant operational savings.
● Redise Pack Managed – previously Redis Enterprise Cluster Managed, Redise Pack Managed is a managed service for operating Redise Pack in private datacenters.

About Redis

Data is the lifeline of every business, and Redis helps organizations reimagine how fast they can process, analyze, make predictions, and take action on the data they generate. Redis provides a competitive edge to any business by delivering open source and enterprise-grade data platforms to power applications that drive real-time experiences at any scale. Developers rely on Redis to build performance, scalability, reliability, and security into their applications.

Born in the cloud-native era, Redis uniquely enables users to unify data across multi-cloud, hybrid and global applications to maximize business potential. Learn how Redis can give you this edge at