Version v6, v7

ClusterControl brings you Redis instances with built-in Redis Sentinel for high availability and automatic failover. ClusterControl handles the entire installation and configuration process, including sharding across nodes. And Redis Sentinel, by nature, acts as a source of authority for client service discovery.


Tech highlights


  • Redis
  • Operating system provided repository
  • Custom repository binaries

Replication types

  • Asynchronous replication

Top features

  • AUTH enabled security
  • Automatic failover
  • Resource awareness

Redis + ClusterControl Scalability

ClusterControl streamlines the installation of Redis Sentinel and other operational tasks. Whether you need to rebuild a replica, enable or disable automatic node recovery, or add new nodes to the cluster, ClusterControl ensures a safe process, eliminating any concerns that arise during architecture adjustments.

Key features list

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Cluster management
Deploy / import clustercheck
Add / duplicate / remove / decommission nodecheck
High availability
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Backup / restore
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Local / cloud backupscheck
Backup compression / encryptioncheck
Infrastructure / database monitoringcheck
Dashboarding / alertingcheck
Security / compliance
Role-based access controlcheck
Key managementcheck
LDAP integrationcheck
TLS encryptioncheck
Audit logcheck

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Top rated Docs

Create a Database Cluster docs

Redis nodes docs

Backups docs

Top rated Blogs

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A Guide to Database Automation with Severalnines ClusterControl

I rarely take a backup of my Redis instances, and see you have that option. Can I use it, and how complicated is it?

You can schedule Redis backups or execute on-demand copies from the replica or primary nodes automatically. Store them locally or straight to the cloud, ClusterControl will take care of it all.

We monitor our Redis instances from the CLI. Does ClusterControl offer any option to monitor in addition to deploying?

ClusterControl monitors real-time with customizable intervals commands per second, total keys, connected clients, blocked clients, memory used & replica lag. You can also integrate / execute your own scripts on all nodes via s9s CLI.

With our current Redis instances, we adjust the configuration according to the business activity. How is this done in ClusterControl, if it’s available?

Not only is it available, but you can edit the parameters on all instances from a single window, ensuring all instances have the same config for things like binding to localhost for security reasons.

6 easy steps to get started with ClusterControl