How do I access Redis ElastiCache?

How do I access Redis ElastiCache?

Sign in to the AWS Management Console and open the ElastiCache console at . From the navigation pane, choose Redis. The clusters screen will appear with a list of Redis (cluster mode disabled) and Redis (cluster mode enabled) clusters.

Is ElastiCache same as Redis?

AWS ElastiCache is a managed caching service compatible with both Redis and Memcached. When it comes to Redis, ElastiCache offers a fully managed platform that makes it easy to deploy, manage, and scale a high performance distributed in-memory data store cluster.

How do I test my ElastiCache connection?

ElastiCache supports both cluster mode disabled and cluster mode enabled Redis clusters. To test a connection to these clusters, you can use the redis-cli utility. The latest version of redis-cli also supports SSL/TLS for connecting Encryption/Authentication enabled clusters.

How do I make my ElastiCache public?

  1. Ensure the security group of the Cloud9 instance allows public access to the port where the proxy is running (e.g. 9999). And grab the Cloud9 instance public IP from the share dialog (e.g. X.X.X.X)
  2. Consume your Elasticache instance from the public proxy endpoint (e.g. X.X.X.X:9999)

What is ElastiCache used for?

You can use ElastiCache for caching, which accelerates application and database performance, or as a primary data store for use cases that don’t require durability like session stores, gaming leaderboards, streaming, and analytics.

What is the purpose of ElastiCache?

Amazon ElastiCache improves the performance of web applications by allowing you to retrieve information from a fast, managed, in-memory system, instead of relying entirely on slower disk-based databases.

What is the Amazon ElastiCache service used for?

How do you set up ElastiCache?

  1. Step 1: Enter the ElastiCache Dashboard. Open the ElastiCache Dashboard, then:
  2. Step 2: Create your Redis Cluster.
  3. Step 3: Configure Redis Settings.
  4. Step 4: Configure Advanced Redis settings.
  5. Step 5: Configure the Security settings.
  6. Step 6: Import data to cluster.
  7. Step 7: Configure backups.
  8. Step 8: Maintenance settings.