Cerulean

Azure Redis Cache

Redis Caches Accounts

Accounts

Using Cerulean you can list all Redis cache accounts in your Azure Subscription and perform basic management and comprehensive data operations on those accounts.

Using Cerulean you can view properties of a Redis cache account. General properties like account name, resource group name, account id, SKU, and endpoints etc. can be viewed for an account.

Using Cerulean you can update properties of a Redis cache account. Cerulean enables you to enable/disable Non-SSL port (6379), change minimum TLS version, and configure max reserved memory/max fragmanged reserved memory.

Using Cerulean you can manage access keys of a Redis cache account.

Using Cerulean not only you can list the access keys but also regenerate any of the access keys for your Redis cache account.

Using Cerulean you can easily change the scale of a Redis cache account by changing the pricing tier of the account e.g. change pricing tier from basic to standard, standard to premium etc.

For Redis cache accounts in "Premium" tier, Using Cerulean you can easily configure clustering. You can easily enable clustering and change the cluster size.

Using Cerulean you can reboot a Redis cache server from inside the application.

Using Cerulean you can manage tags of a Redis cache account. You can list tags defined on a Redis cache account, add new tag, update a tag value or delete one or more tags for that account.

Using Cerulean you can manage resource locks on a Redis cache account. You can list existing locks on a Redis cache account, add new locks or remove existing locks from an account.

This is a special Cerulean feature where you can launch Azure Portal from inside the application and manage your Redis cache account there.

Using Cerulean you can connect to a Redis cache server using account name and key and manage data in those accounts. You can connect to any Redis cache server (and not just Azure Redis Cache) using Cerulean including the server running on your local computer.

This is a special Cerulean feature wherein you can give a name of your choice to your Redis cache account. For example, if your Redis cache account's name is "portalxcd45laq" you can give it a friendly name of "Prod Redis Account" for easier identification.

This is a special Cerulean feature wherein you can assign a resource category like "Development", "QA", "Production" etc. to your Redis cache account for easier categorization. You can then group all resources managed in Cerulean by resource category to manage them together.

This is a special Cerulean feature wherein you can explore a Redis cache account in read-only or read-write mode to prevent accidental deletes and updates. When an account is assigned "read-only" permission in Cerulean, the app will prevent you from making any updates or deletes. Similarly when an account is assigned "read-write" permission, the app will prevent you from making any deletes (updates are allowed).

Using Cerulean you can view the server information about your Redis cache.

You can easily find what version of Redis is running on your server, how many clients are connected, clustering information and more via server information.

Using Cerulean you can view information about the clients connected to your Redis cache server. You can also forcefully disconnect a client from your Redis server (kill client connection).

Using Cerulean you can slow log entries (i.e. list of commands taking more time) for a redis cache server. You can also clear all slow log entries.

Using Cerulean you can delete all keys from all databases (FLUSHALL command) in your Redis server in a single click.

Cerulean includes redis cache monitor functionality using which you can monitor the performance of your Redis cache server in real time. Monitoring of over 250 elements including but not limited to % CPU Utilization, % Memory Utilization etc. is possible with this functionality.

Cerulean includes a basic Redis Cache terminal using which you can execute Redis commands (like KEYS, GET, SET etc.) against a database in your redis cache account.

Please note that not all Redis commands are supported in Azure Redis Cache because it is a managed service and some of the commands (that won't work) deal with underlying infrastructure.

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