RedisInsight is an ideal tool for developers who build with any Redis deployments – including Redis Open Source, Redis Stack, Redis Enterprise Software, Redis Enterprise Cloud, and Amazon ElastiCache – and who want to optimize their development process. RedisInsight lets you visually browse and interact with data, take advantage of the advanced command line interface and diagnostic tools, and so much more. Best of all, RedisInsight is free for everyone.
The latest version of RedisInsight has new UI controls to perform full-text search across your data, a new database analysis tool, data formatters, visual support for Redis streams, bulk deletion, and Slow Log tool. We’re excited about all of these, and we think they can help you a lot.
Use the database analysis tool, its dashboards, and its recommendations to optimize the performance and memory usage of Redis databases. Among its features:
We added more functionality in this release. RedisInsight now complements Redis Stack with UI controls to quickly and conveniently run search queries against a pre-selected index. You can also create a secondary index of your data in a dedicated pane.
You can view, validate, and manage key values in a format suitable for humans, not just for computers. The Browser tool has new formatters to prettify and highlight data in different formats, including Unicode, JSON, MessagePack, HEX, and ASCII.
Take advantage of the visual support for Redis streams to create and manage streams. You can add, remove, and filter entries per timestamp. You can see and work with new entries and enable and customize refresh rates.
That’s just the start; we expanded the number of ways to view and control the way you work with Redis Streams. You can view and manage consumer groups. You can see existing consumers in a given consumer name as well as the last messages delivered to them. Plus, you can inspect pending messages, explicitly acknowledge processed items, or claim unprocessed messages.
The new RedisInsight makes it fast and easy to clean up databases. You can delete multiple keys of the same type or with the same key name pattern in bulk.
One frustration in troubleshooting performance issues is determining which tasks are bogging down the system. The Slow Log tool displays the list of logs captured by the SLOWLOG command to analyze all commands that exceed a specified runtime. You can specify both the runtime and the maximum length of Slowlog to configure the list of commands logged. You also can set the auto-refresh interval to automatically update the list of commands displayed.
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