When it comes to databases, there are two kinds of people in the world. Those who love to type commands and those who like to interact with their data visually.
OK, maybe the world doesn’t always need to be divided into two categories. Sometimes you want the best of both worlds. And now Redis gives you exactly that—you can continue to use Redis’ familiar command-line interface (CLI) and also choose to work with your data visually.
At RedisConf 2019 earlier this year, we announced that we were acquiring RDBTools—a popular graphical user interface (GUI) tool for manipulating and visualizing Redis data—from HashedIn. We are happy to announce that after months of tinkering and adding features into the product, the brand new version of the tool—now called RedisInsight—is available to download for Microsoft Windows, Apple macOS, and Ubuntu Linux for free.
Wait, did you say “FREE?”
Yes, I did! RedisInsight is 100% complimentary! We want every Redis user to be able to take advantage of RedisInsight. We hope it will make Redis easier to use, with better visibility of your data. Eventually, you’ll be able to use RedisInsight as a single place for both GUI- and CLI-based interactions with your Redis database.
RedisInsight is designed to educate and “give insights” to Redis users in several ways:
So what exactly can you do with this powerful new tool? Turns out, quite a few things:
If you ever thought it would be nice to have a GUI for Redis or to visually view the data inside your Redis instance, you now have the choice to download RedisInsight and make it part of your development and operational toolkit.
Learn more and give it a try at /redis-enterprise/redis-insight/.
Note: For the visualization component of RedisIngraph in RedisInsight, we partnered with Linkurious.
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