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RedisGreen opened up default public access to several additional AWS regions today. Our current set of 16 generally available regions is now:

ID Location
us-east-2 US East (Ohio)
us-east-1 US East (N. Virginia)
us-west-1 US West (N. California)
us-west-2 US West (Oregon)
ap-south-1 Asia Pacific (Mumbai)
ap-northeast-2 Asia Pacific (Seoul)
ap-southeast-1 Asia Pacific (Singapore)
ap-southeast-2 Asia Pacific (Sydney)
ap-northeast-1 Asia Pacific (Tokyo)
ca-central-1 Canada (Central)
eu-central-1 Europe (Frankfurt)
eu-west-1 Europe (Ireland)
eu-west-2 Europe (London)
eu-west-3 Europe (Paris)
eu-north-1 Europe (Stockholm)
sa-east-1 South America (São Paulo)

Ping our team for support with limited availability options if you need something outside of these AWS regions. RedisGreen operates in all AWS regions exclusive of mainland China.


All Redis 6.0 databases include regularly-rotated TLS certificates. You can run TLS and non-TLS connections side-by-side on the same database to ease the adoption of encryption-in-transit, then lock down your database to only encrypted traffic when you’re ready.

Redis 6.0.4 is the new default for folks using the 6.0 branch. All existing databases are being safely migrated to include the new fixes.

The first version of Redis 6.0 was released today, and is available to all RedisGreen customers. Redis 5 will remain our default and recommended version for now but anyone eager to try the new release can do a zero-downtime upgrade from the “Settings” menu.