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Azure Redis Cache

Cerebrata packs a suite of powerful Redis Cache management features that can help teams work efficiently to provide better support for Redis Cache. You can connect to not only your Azure Redis Cache instances but also any other Redis Server including the one running locally.

Redis Cache Management - Cerebrata

Server Monitoring

Monitor and get instant insights over 300 parameters like % CPU Utilization, % Memory Utilization, Connections and more for your Redis Cache Server.

Cache Console (Terminal)

Use a Cache Console (Terminal) to connect to a Redis Cache database & execute command like “keys *”without launching Redis CLI.

Advanced Key Search

Search for keys using “SCAN” or “KEYS” Redis Cache commands & perform wildcard searches using a combination of “*”, “?”, “[“, “]” etc.

Databases and Keys

Perform basic operations like creating keys or complex operations like performing advance searches with the same ease.

Account Management

Connect to your Azure Subscription to regenerate account keys, managing tags and locks on your Redis Cache accounts with the “Open in Portal” feature.

Clients Monitoring

Real time clients monitoring for Redis Cache servers to view connected clients like client name, IP address, connection age, idle duration and more.

Slow Logs Monitoring

List all slow log commands that could potentially impact the performance of your Redis Cache server. You can also clear slow logs using Cerebrata.

Delete All Keys (FLUSHALL)

This functionality helps you to delete all keys (FLUSHDB/FLUSHALL) from single/all the databases in a Redis Cache server with a single click.

Open in Portal

Work within Cerebrata to open a Redis Cache account. Azure Portal simply opens up in a new tab in Cerebrata so you never have to switch applications.

Connect using Azure Subscription

Manage your Azure Redis Cache account and the account data by connecting your Azure Subscription in Cerebrata.

Connect using Account Name/Key

Connect Azure Redis Cache account by using the account name and key to manage the data in those accounts.