Redis Labs announced the general availability of Redis Enterprise-powered tiers on Azure Cache for Redis to enable companies to more effectively optimise for low-latency data access in their most critical applications
Recently, Redis Labs announced the general availability of Redis Enterprise-powered tiers on Azure Cache for Redis at the Microsoft Ignite 2021 event. The availability of the Enterprise tiers is said to enable companies to more effectively optimise for low-latency data access in their most critical applications.
The combination of Redis Enterprise and Azure Cache for Redis enables companies to always have access to the latest enterprise-grade Redis functionality, expanded use cases, and enterprise-grade active geo-replication deployment architected for five-nine uptime. It will also offer unique benefits to developers, operators, and ultimately the customer’s bottom line.
According to sources, the Enterprise tiers are fully managed by Microsoft and are the result of a year-long collaboration between the companies to provide the most highly available, resilient, scalable, and extensible Redis service to customers.
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