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Redis 7.0.3, a minor patch release, is available now.

This release contains a number of small fixes and improvements. All RedisGreen servers on the 7.0 release branch will be patched with this update during their next maintenance cycle.

Redis 7.0.2, a minor patch release, is available now.

The major change in this release is a fix to a problem from the initial release of 7.0, where the SET command was incorrectly marked as “movablekeys”, causing extra traffic for that command in cluster clients.

Since its release in late April we have seen increasing adoption of Redis 7.0 across our platform. It is now the default version for new RedisGreen databases, and our current recommendation.

If you’re running an older version on RedisGreen, upgrading is a zero-downtime process through the Settings menu.

Redis 7.0.1, the first patch release for Redis 7, was released today.

The new version includes many changes, but we expect only improvements to stability and performance for RedisGreen customers. Version 7.0.1 has started rolling out as the new default to all customers on the 7.x branch today.

For more details, check the release notes.

Congratulations to the Redis community on the launch of Redis 7.0!

A few highlights:

  • New backup format: AOF backups (used by RedisGreen) are now multi-file to allow more granular recovery capabilities.
  • Keyspace events for new keys
  • New programmable function support

You can read more in the release notes.

Redis 7.0 is supported on the RedisGreen platform. You can build new databases using this version, or upgrade any Redis 6.2 database with no downtime.

Want to give the new release a try? Use RedisGreen to build a new Redis server now

Redis version 6.2.7 is now available.

This new patch was released to address a security concern that RedisGreen users are protected against.

The new version also fixes a couple of edge cases in LPOP/RPOP return results for empty or non-existing lists.

See the full release notes below for more details.

Screenshot of a TLS URL in the RedisMonitor panel

RedisMonitor now supports TLS connections for all hosting services.

Add a rediss URL when signing up or click the “TLS Enabled” checkbox to connect to your Redis service using TLS.

Screenshot of connection management in RedisMonitor

Since its inclusion in open source Redis version 6.0, Redis-over-TLS is slowly becoming standard among Redis service providers - an advance we’re very happy to see!

Role-based access controls for teams are now enabled at no charge for all customers as part of RedisGreen’s commitment to security.

When adding users to your RedisGreen team, you can assign them a role giving them only the capabilities they need.

Screenshot of RedisGreen's team management panel