This section contains security settings and configuration for Redis Enterprise for Kubernetes.

    Manage Redis Enterprise cluster (REC) credentials

    Redis Enterprise for Kubernetes uses a custom resource called RedisEnterpriseCluster to create a Redis Enterprise cluster (REC). During creation it generates random credentials for the operator to use. The credentials are saved in a Kubernetes (K8s) secret. The secret name defaults to the name of the cluster. Note: This procedure is only supported for operator versions 6.0.20-12 and above. Retrieve the current username and password The credentials can be used to access the Redis Enterprise admin console or the API.

    Manage Redis Enterprise cluster (REC) certificates

    Install your own certificates to be used by the Redis Enterprise cluster's operator.

    Add client certificates

    Add client certificates to your REDB custom resource.

    Enable LDAP authentication

    Enable LDAP authentication for Redis Enterprise for Kubernetes.

    Enable internode encryption

    Enable encryption for communication between REC nodes in your K8s cluster.