Here’s what changed recently in Redis Enterprise Software:

Version (Release date)  Major changes OSS Redis compatibility
6.2.18 (September 2022) Database auditing. Private key encryption. Active-Active database support for MEMORY USAGE command. Improvements to crdb-cli Redis 6.2.6
6.2.12 (August 2022) OCSP Support. Password & session configuration changes. RHEL 8.6 support. Redis 6.2.6
6.2.10 (February 2022) Python 3 support. RHEL 8.5 support. Redis 6.2.5
6.2.8 (October 2021) RHEL 8 support. Set backup start time. Redis 6.2.3
6.2.4 (August 2021) Internode encryption. Nginx replaced by envoy. New upgrade policies/behavior. Redis 6.2
6.0.20 (April 2021) Role-based LDAP integration. Enhanced client mutual authentication. Active-Active improvements for eviction policies, migration, and the BITFIELD data type. Redis 6.0.9
6.0.12 (January 2021) Distribute synchronization across nodes for Active-Active and Active-Passive databases. Disable internal services to free memory. User accounts support password rotation. Module depdencies automatically installed. Syncer process recovery. Redis 6.0.6
6.0.8 (September 2020) RediSearch 2.0 support. Improved rladmin support for module upgrades. Redis 6.0.5
6.0 (May 2020) ACL and RBAC improvements for database access. Active-Active databases support Redis Streams. Redis 6
5.6.0 (April 2020) Install improvements for RHEL 6 and 7. Active-Active support for HyperLogLog. Redis on Flash now supports RedisJSON. Active-Active default changes for high availability and OSS Cluster API support. Backup support for Google Cloud Storage and Azure Blob storage. Redis 5.0.8
5.5 Preview (April 2019) Preview release. Databases support multiple modules.
Previous releases Release notes for Redis Enterprise Software 5.4.14 (February 2020) and earlier versions.