Redis Cloud provides a number of ways to secure subscriptions and databases.
As a Redis Cloud user, consider these security domains:
First, you might want to review our shared responsibility model for security.
Redis Cloud console security
The Redis Cloud console is the web application you use to manage your Redis Cloud deployments.
Secure access to the Redis Cloud console by:
Assigning appropriate roles to team members with access.
Enabling multi-factor authentication.
Enabling SAML SSO.
You have several options when it comes to securing your Redis Cloud databases. For more information, see Cloud database security. Options include:
- Encryption at rest
- Role-based access control
- Network security
- Network security using VPC peering and CIDR whitelist
The Redis Cloud API allows you to programmatically administer your subscriptions and database deployments. This API is disabled by default. When you enable the API, you can then manage the API keys for all owners of your Redis Cloud account. For an overview of the security features of the API, see the API authentication documentation.