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Create a Redis cluster
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Create a Redis cluster

  1. In Control Panel, go to Cloud PlatformDatabases.

  2. Click Create Cluster.

  3. Enter the name of the cluster.

  4. Select region.

  5. Select pool.

  6. Select the version of Redis. Once created, the version will not be able to be changed.

  7. Select configuration Line.

  8. Select fixed node configuration — lineup with different ratios of virtual CPU cores, RAM, and local disk.

  9. Optional: check the Add Replicas checkbox and specify the number of replicas. Replicas increase the fault tolerance of the cluster.

  10. Select eviction policy.

  11. Select the type of subnet to which the cluster will be connected:

    • private subnet — a subnet without access from the Internet. You can connect a static public IP address;
    • public subnet — all addresses on the public subnet are accessible from the Internet.
  12. Select or create a subnet.

    Addresses are assigned to each node in the cluster. Make sure that the number of addresses in the subnet is not less than the number of nodes in the cluster. If you plan to increase the number of replicas after the cluster is created, select a subnet that has a stock of free addresses. Once a cluster is created, the subnet cannot be changed.

    You can limit the list of addresses from which access to the database cluster will be allowed.

  13. Optional: In a private subnet, you can connect a public IP address to a cluster node:

    • If you selected an existing private subnet — check the Public access to cluster nodes checkbox and then the checkbox of the node to which you want to grant public access. The private subnet must meet requirements;
    • If you create a new private subnet — connect public IP address after the cluster is created.
  14. Click Create Database Cluster. The cluster will be ready for operation when it moves to the ACTIVE status.