Connecting to Redis

Enclave Redis Databases expose two Database Credentials:

  • A redis credential. This is for plaintext connections, so you shouldn’t use it for sensitive or regulated information.
  • A redis+ssl credential. This accepts connections over TLS, and it’s the one you should sue for regulated or sensitive information.


The SSL port uses a valid certificate for its host, so you’re encouraged to verify the certificate when connecting.


Master-slave replication is available for Redis.