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Gain powerful tools for working with JSON formatted data in Redis through the RedisJSON module.
Link cached data across regions for multi-primary writes and higher availability with active geo-replication in enterprise tiers for Azure Cache for Redis.
Connect Azure Cache for Redis to storage accounts via managed identity.
Use Azure diagnostic settings to log information on all client connections to your Azure Cache for Redis instance.
Azure Cache for Redis now supports Redis 6.0, which includes several new features and commands that enhance developer productivity and ease of use.
Azure Cache for Redis zone redundancy allows you to deploy your Premium tier caches across multiple availability zones, delivering higher availability and resiliency.
Azure Cache for Redis integration with Azure Event Grid allows service manage routing of Redis events like patching, scaling, and import/export (RDB) to your event handler.
Use Azure Private Link to connect to an Azure Cache for Redis instance from your virtual network via a private endpoint to eliminate data exposure to the public internet.
The Enterprise and Enterprise Flash tiers for Azure Cache for Redis offer powerful new features, including Active Geo-Replication, higher availability, and Redis Module support.
Azure Cache for Redis integration with Azure Event Grid is in public preview. This integration allows service manage routing of Redis events like patching, scaling, and import/export(RDB) to any destination.
Redis 6.0 (preview) for Azure Cache for Redis brings several new features enhancing developer productivity including Redis Streams (new list data type), new commands, improved HyperLogLog performance, and more.
Increase reliability in the Azure Cache for Redis premium tier even further with up to four nodes for redundancy; a primary and three replicas that can be distributed across multiple availability zones. This setup protects you against a datacenter-level outage, increasing availability up to a 99.95 percent level.
Two new tiers will be coming soon in preview for Azure Cache for Redis through a collaboration with Redis Labs: Enterprise and Enterprise Flash.
Azure Monitor for Key Vault and Azure Monitor for Azure Cache for Redis provide out of the box insights for these resources using platform telemetry.
You can now use Azure Private Link to connect to an Azure Cache for Redis instance from your virtual network via a private endpoint.
You will be able to use Visual Studio Code to view, test, and debug your caches in one streamlined experience. This extension enhances ease of development by eliminating the need to manually track connection and access keys to connect to your caches.
New features will soon be available for Azure Cache for Redis through a collaboration with Redis Labs.
Save up to 55 percent on your Azure Cache for Redis premium tier usage by pre-purchasing reserved capacity for one year or three years.
Redis version 4.0 will soon be rolled out to all Azure Cache for Redis instances. The update will be automatic and shouldn’t disrupt your cache’s availability.
On August 1, 2019, some resource GUIDs (also known as meter IDs) for Azure Cache for Redis will change.
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