This section contains articles to help you manage your Redis Enterprise databases (REDBs).

    Manage Redis Enterprise databases on Kubernetes

    This section describes how the database controller provides the ability to create, manage, and use databases via a database custom resource.

    Establish external routing with an ingress controller

    Configure an ingress controller to access your Redis Enterprise databases from outside the Kubernetes cluster.

    Use OpenShift routes for external database access

    Every time the Redis Enterprise operator creates a Redis Enterprise database (REDB), it creates a service that allows requests to be routed to that database. Redis Enterprise supports three types of services for accessing databases: ClusterIP, headless, or LoadBalancer. By default, REDB creates a ClusterIP type service, which exposes a cluster-internal IP and can only be accessed from within the cluster. OpenShift routes allow requests to be routed to the REDB from outside the cluster.

    Configure Istio for external routing

    Configure Istio as an ingress controller for access to your Redis Enterprise databases from outside the Kubernetes cluster.

    Create replica databases on Kubernetes

    How to create and automate database replicas using the database controller