We began our collaboration with Google Cloud in 2014 to make Redis Enterprise available on Google Cloud Platform (GCP) as a fully managed Database-as-a-Service, either hosted or in virtual private clouds (VPCs), as well as downloadable software. Since then our partnership has strengthened considerably as we worked together with many joint customers across every industry including retail, financial services, media, social, and gaming.
What makes this partnership strong is that we share a common vision that open source accelerates innovation and helps our customers future-proof their technology investments. We are both committed to fostering the growth of the open source community, while delivering enterprise-grade capabilities such as resilience, security, performance and multi-region distributed scale. Combining full resilience utilizing Redis Enterprise’s Active-Active Geo-Distribution capability with GCP’s fast global network, will allow enterprises to deploy distributed applications with sub-millisecond latency.
Today, at Google Next ’19, Google Cloud CEO, Thomas Kurian, and our co-founder and CEO, Ofer Bengal, announced an expanded partnership that will deliver Redis Enterprise as a fully managed cloud service, offering a seamless experience integrated with Google Cloud Platform (GCP) console, billing, and support to enterprise customers. The new tightly-integrated GCP service will make it even easier for organizations to create Redis applications without ever leaving GCP.
You can view the announcement below
With Redis Enterprise as a fully managed service on GCP you will be able to:
Watch the demo of Redis Enterprise on GCP below
We are excited about this new offering, and what comes next as we work together to make Redis Enterprise available as a native GCP service. You can read more about the announcement on the Google Cloud blog and on our website.
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