- A Linux system
- curl, git, kubectl packages installed
- A Google Cloud account with Kubernetes Engine Admin role.
- Install the latest cloud SDK from Installing the latest Cloud SDK version (313.0.1)
- Initializing the cloud SDK with gcloud init link
To deploy the default installation with kubectl, the following command will deploy a bundle of all the YAML declarations required for the operator. You can download the bundle YAML file via this link:
Run the command below to verify redis-enterprise-operator deployment is running.
Create a Redis Enterprise Cluster (REC) using the default configuration, which is suitable for development type deployments and works in typical scenarios:
The rec is a shortcut for RedisEnterpriseCluster. The cluster takes around 5-10 minutes to come up. Run the command below to check that the RedisEnterpriseCluster is up:
You can verify the Pods and list of services using the Google Cloud Dashboard UI:
https://localhost:8443 in the browser to see the Redis Enterprise Software web console. Click on "Setup", add your preferred DNS and admin credentials and proceed further to create your first Redis database using Redis Enterprise.