by Redis Labs
Who Uses This Software?
Small, Medium, and Large Enterprises, Fortune 500, Fortune 100, and Global 2000 enterprise across all verticals and industries.
Average Ratings35 reviews
- Overall 5 / 5
- Ease of Use 4.5 / 5
- Customer Service 4.5 / 5
- Features 4.5 / 5
- Value for Money 4.5 / 5
- Free Version Yes
- Free Trial Yes
Installed - Mac
Cloud, SaaS, Web
Installed - Windows
24/7 (Live Rep)
- Redis Labs
- Founded 2011
About Redis Enterprise
Combine the advantages of world-class database technology and the innovation of a vibrant open source community with Redis Enterprise. Gain pioneering high availability in the form of Active-Active and Active-Passive geographically distributed architectures, superb linearly scaling high performance and top-notch built-in search capabilities. Extend Redis databases to Flash SSDs for infrastructure cost-savings, and utilize your hardware to the maximum extent with Redis Enterprise.
Redis Enterprise Features
- Access Controls/Permissions
- Backup and Recovery
- Data Migration
- Data Replication
- Database Conversion
- Mobile Access
- Multiple Programming Languages Supported
- Performance Analysis
Redis Enterprise Most Helpful Reviews
Reviewed on 07/01/2019
Redis is awesome
Comments: Redis is a basic, but extremely fast, key-value storage. We made a decision to use Redis because our use case didn't require a full blown database. We needed something to hold the data temporarily and loss of that data wouldn't lead to any issues. Redis was perfectly fitting our use case, and since then we are a bunch of happy Redis users.
Pros: - Being a non-SQL database, it does not require any structure. Perfect for unstructured data like key-value pairs. - Redis is extremely fault tolerant. As soon as we write a record, it gets saved to the disk, without any performance issues. - Redis is very lightweight. In docker it takes less than 30MB, so it is so easy to run multiple containers in cluster without taking too much power. - Redis has a very good query API, and they are in their website each operation is clearly mentioned with its time complexity. This gives you a clear picture of performance. We didn't in fact do any performance testing because we trusted their site with all the information. - Redis has a very strong community around it. We have never found an issue for which a solution didn't exist beforehand.
Cons: A cluster in Redis was a little hard to understand and deploy, but this is a one time thing to learn, no worries.
Reviewed on 30/05/2019
Redis Enterprise - OSS or Enterprise
Comments: Overall, I would really appreciate the Redis Enterprise engagement especially the support as that is something (apart from cluster support) which really makes it shine.
The pros over other solutions and its open source versions include:
1) On the fly scaling
Scale to more/less cores and memory as and when needed. 2) Cluster support
Support for clusters unlike the OSS version where the cap is on 1 core and fixed memory. 3) High availability & automatic failover
Redis enterprise manages the failover internally, so no crashes. 4) Predefined SLAs
A mandatory spec definition required by most enterprise customers 5) Monitoring, alerts, etc all such services are available
Get notifications on configurable events
Cons: Well, the pricing may not be very well suited for small companies which are low on budget. Not really a con as the open source version does most of the things except for the cluster support on the technical side of things.
Reviewed on 12/03/2019
The nearly perfect cache
Comments: We're caching mostly everything now in Redis. Performace has ski-rocketed,ans the database decoupling has also improved application resilience and reliability.
Pros: Redis is a very flexible key-value store, allowing a lot of different data types. You can set a TTL for each key, you an have replica stores, you can set up a Pub/Sub, you can persist to disk, and all this in memory, with blazing fast performance and unbeatable reliability.
Cons: No database known to men can, to this date, provide consistent transactions, partition tolerance and high availability. Redis is no exception here.
Reviewed on 24/03/2018
Redis is super fast in-memory cache
Comments: We are using Redis to provide faster response rate by storing and retrieving data from redis. We also use redis to process our background jobs. Benefit i received from using redis is speed and reliability.
Pros: Redis is high performance open source in-memory cache. Redis is my favorite choice to store data into cache. Cache can be used in multiple use cases like session storage, page caching, temporary data caching for faster speed. Redis supports various data types: Lists , Sorted sets , hash tables, bitmaps, hyperloglogs and geospatial indexes. Redis provides secure and high availability service.
Cons: It is tricky and time taking process to setup redis for production environment if using to process background jobs.
Reviewed on 15/11/2018
Benefits Accrued by integrating Redis as a Cache storage .
Comments: The fact that Redis boasts of more than a billion downloads means that if you have a problem you are most likely not the first person to come across it. And with its massive online community your problem gets sorted quickly. For newbies, I highly recommend visiting Redis university website for online tutorials with practical applications of Redis data structures.
Pros: Redis has many benefits one of them being speed, reliability, and extensibility. Redis as a cache storage optimizes the fetching of data to and from the main storage. I also like the fact that with every Redis version that gets released a number of commands are added which simplifies work.
Cons: Redis to me has made my job simpler having not used any other product for a cache storage before am a Happy Redis user.