Cerulean

Azure Redis Cache

Redis Cache Databases & Keys

Databases

Using Cerulean you can view the list all databases in your Redis cache account. Cerulean also displays the an approximate number of keys in the database.

Cerulean enables you to add keys to a database in your Redis cache account. All key types are supported - String, Hash, List, Set, and Sorted Set.

Cerulean enables you to delete all keys from a database (FLUSHDB command) in your Redis cache account in a single click.

Using Cerulean you can view properties of a database in your Redis cache account. General properties like keys count, average TTL etc. about a database can be viewed.

Keys

Cerulean provides extensive functionality when it comes to search for keys in a database. It supports both partial and wildcard key searches.

Cerulean provides flexibility regarding how you want to view the keys.

If your keys follow a pattern where key name is delimited (e.g. "A|B|C|D|E"), then you can instruct Cerulean to show it in hierarchical format by specifying the delimiter character ("|" in this case).Furthermore, you can instruct Cerulean to follow this delimiter to only a certain depth only.

You can always view the key names as is.

Cerulean enables you to add keys to a database in your Redis cache account. All key types are supported - String, Hash, List, Set, and Sorted Set.

Cerulean enables you to delete one or more keys from a database in your Redis cache account.

Cerulean enables you to edit a key's value in a database in your Redis cache account. Depending on the type of key, various edit options are available. For example, if your key type is simple string you can easily change the value of the key. Likewise for list type key you can add new items to the list, edit existing items in the list or even remove items from the list.

Cerulean enables you to change the name of a key.

Using Cerulean you can easily change the TTL of a key. If TTL is not defined on a key, using Cerulean you can set the TTL. If TTL is already defined on a key, then you can change the value of the TTL or remove it completely (so that the key no longer expires).

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