Modules quick start
To quickly set up a Redis database with modules, you can sign up for a free Redis Enterprise Cloud subscription and create a Redis Stack database.
Redis Stack databases include the following modules:
Alternatively, you can use one of these methods to set up a Redis database with modules:
- Redis Enterprise Software
- Redis Enterprise Software in a Docker container
- Other platforms for Redis Enterprise Software
Set up a Redis Cloud database
To set up a Redis Cloud database with modules enabled, follow these steps:
For more details, see the Redis Enterprise Cloud quick start.
Create a subscription
To create a new subscription:
Sign in to the Redis Enterprise Cloud admin console or create a new account.
Select the New subscription button:
Configure your subscription:
- Select Fixed plans.
- For the cloud vendor, select Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud (GCP), or Microsoft Azure.
- Select a region to deploy the subscription to.
- From the dataset size list, select the Free tier (30MB).
- Enter a name for the subscription.
Select the Create subscription button:
Create a Redis Stack database
After you create a subscription, follow these steps to create a Redis Stack database:
Select the New database button:
In General settings, enter a Database name.
For database Type, select Redis Stack.
Select the Activate database button:
Connect to the database
After creating the database, you can view its Configuration settings. You will need the following information to connect to your new database:
- Public endpoint: The host address of the database
- Redis password/Default user password: The password used to authenticate with the database
With this information, you can connect to your database with the
redis-cli command-line tool, an application, or RedisInsight.
To try out a module, follow its corresponding quick start guide: