- Redis Enterprise
Ensure that Docker is installed in your system.
If you're new, refer https://docs.docker.com/docker-for-mac/install/ to install Docker on Mac.
To pull and start the Redis Enterprise Software Docker container, run this docker run command in the terminal or command-line for your operating system.
On Windows, make sure Docker is configured to run Linux-based containers.
docker run -d --cap-add sys_resource --name rp -p 8443:8443 -p 9443:9443 -p 12000:12000 redislabs/redis
In the web browser on the host machine, go to https://localhost:8443 to see the Redis Enterprise Software web console.
Step 1: Click on “Setup”
Click Setup to start the node configuration steps.
Step 2: Enter your preferred FQDN
In the Node Configuration settings, enter a cluster FQDN such as demo.redis.com. Then click Next button.
Enter your license key, if you have one. If not, click the Next button to use the trial version.
Step 3: Enter the admin credentials
Enter an email and password for the admin account for the web console.
These credentials are also used for connections to the REST API. Click OK to confirm that you are aware of the replacement of the HTTPS SSL/TLS certificate on the node, and proceed through the browser warning.
Step 4: Create a Database:
Select “redis database” and the “single region” deployment, and click Next.
Enter a database name such as demodb and click Activate to create your database
You now have a Redis database!
Step 5: Connecting using redis-cli
After you create the Redis database, you are ready to store data in your database. redis-cli is a built-in simple command-line tool to interact with Redis database. Run redis-cli, located in the /opt/redislabs/bin directory, to connect to port 12000 and store and retrieve a key in database1
$ docker exec -it rp bash
/opt/redislabs/bin/redis-cli -p 12000
127.0.0.1:12000> auth <enter password>
127.0.0.1:12000> set key1 123
127.0.0.1:12000> get key1
Ensure that Docker is installed in your system. Follow https://docs.docker.com/engine/install/ if you haven’t installed yet.
You can run Redis Stack using a Docker container. There are two types of Docker images available in Docker Hub.
redis/redis-stackDocker image contains both Redis Stack server and RedisInsight. This container is recommended for local development because you can use RedisInsight to visualize your data.
redis/redis-stack-serverprovides Redis Stack but excludes RedisInsight. This container is best for production deployment.
To start Redis Stack server using the redis-stack image, run the following command in your terminal:
docker run -d --name redis-stack -p 6379:6379 -p 8001:8001 redis/redis-stack:latest
You can use
redis-cli to connect to the server, just as you connect to any Redis instance.
If you don’t have redis-cli installed locally, you can run it from the Docker container:
docker exec -it redis-stack redis-cli
docker run command above also exposes RedisInsight on port 8001. You can use RedisInsight by pointing your browser to http://localhost:8001.
To persist your Redis data to a local path, specify -v to configure a local volume. This command stores all data in the local directory local-data:
docker run -v /local-data/:/data redis/redis-stack:latest
If you want to expose Redis Stack server or RedisInsight on a different port, update the left hand of portion of the
-p argument. This command exposes Redis Stack server on port 10001 and RedisInsight on port 13333:
docker run -p 10001:6379 -p 13333:8001 redis/redis-stack:latest
By default, the Redis Stack Docker containers use internal configuration files for Redis. To start Redis with local a configuration file, you can use the -v volume options:
docker run -v `pwd`/local-redis-stack.conf:/redis-stack.conf -p 6379:6379 -p 8001:8001 redis/redis-stack:latest
To pass in arbitrary configuration changes, you can set any of these environment variables:
REDIS_ARGS: extra arguments for Redis
REDISEARCH_ARGS: arguments for RediSearch
REDISJSON_ARGS: arguments for RedisJSON
REDISGRAPH_ARGS: arguments for RedisGraph
REDISTIMESERIES_ARGS: arguments for RedisTimeSeries
REDISBLOOM_ARGS: arguments for RedisBloom
For example, here’s how to use the
REDIS_ARGS environment variable to pass the
requirepass directive to Redis:
docker run -e REDIS_ARGS="--requirepass redis-stack" redis/redis-stack:latest