Product Updates

Last updated: 2020-06-15 15:20:57

    April 2020

    Update Description Release Date Documentation
    DTS now supports Redis 5.0 You can now migrate data and upgrade instances to Redis 5.0 with Data Transmission Service (DTS). 2020-04
  • Migration with DTS
  • Version Upgrade with DTS
  • March 2020

    Update Description Release Date Documentation
    Service unavailable alarm feature now supported Redis now supports the service unavailable alarm feature. In addition, users can also set alarms for instance master/slave switch, read-only replica failover, and read-only replica unavailable. 2020-03 Configuring Alarms
    Adjusting bandwidth in the console now supported You can now adjust instance network bandwidth on the instance details page in the Redis console. The bandwidth specifications for the cluster edition have been fully upgraded, with shard specifications upgraded to 384 Mbps. 2020-03 -
    Monitoring view for Redis 2.8 now updated To provide more accurate monitoring information, Tencent Cloud has updated the monitoring view of Redis 2.8 instance to cluster view. If you use APIs to get monitoring data from Cloud Monitor, you need to change the view parameter from `redisuuid` to `cluster` in the code. 2020-03 -

    February 2020

    Update Description Release Date Documentation
    Upgraded the default number of databases in an instance to 256 For Redis 2.8, 4.0, and 5.0 standard and cluster editions you purchased this month, the default number of databases in an instance has been upgraded from 16 to 256. 2020-02
  • Redis Standard Edition
  • Memory Edition (Cluster Architecture)
  • January 2020

    Update Description Release Date Documentation
    Released Redis 5.0 Redis 5.0 standard and cluster editions have been released with all features of Redis 4.0 reserved, and support the latest STREAM data structure, new ZSET commands `ZPOPMIN` and `ZPOPMAX`, scaling without disconnection, 4 TB of storage capacity, and tens of millions of concurrent QPS. 2020-01
  • Redis Standard Edition
  • Memory Edition (Cluster Architecture)
  • October 2019

    Update Description Release Date Documentation
    Access management now supported You can now create policies through access management which grant sub-accounts permissions to use the resources they need. 2019-10 Access Management
    Account management in the console now supported TencentDB for Redis provides read/write permission control and routing policy control through the account mechanism, which helps meet the needs of business permission management in complex scenarios. Currently, only the TencentDB for Redis community edition (excluding Redis 2.8) supports account settings. 2019-08 Managing Accounts

    September 2019

    Update Description Release Date Documentation
    Released monitoring 2.0 Redis monitoring 2.0 has been released, adding more than 16 monitoring metrics, including network delay, response error and other monitoring metrics. 2019-09 Monitoring Feature

    August 2019

    Update Description Release Date Documentation
    Password-free access now supported To enable password-free access, please submit a ticket. We recommend limiting server access by using security groups when password-free access is enabled. 2019-08 Password-free Access
    Disabling high-risk commands online now supported TencentDB for Redis is now able to disable some Redis commands that may cause service instability or accidentally delete data, including `flushall`, `flushdb`, `keys`, `hgetall`, `eval`, `evalsha`, and `script`. 2019-08 Disabling Commands
    DTS now supports cluster edition You can now migrate self-created Redis Cluster (3.0, 3.2, and 4.0) or Codis (2.8 and 3.2) databases to TencentDB for Redis with DTS. 2019-08 Migration with DTS

    July 2019

    Update Description Release Date Documentation
    Version upgrade with DTS is now supported TencentDB for Redis instance version can now be upgraded through Data Transfer Service (DTS) with hot migration, which guarantees instance service continuity during the upgrade process and can update incremental data in real time. 2019-07 Version Upgrade with DTS
    Released Redis 4.0 standard edition Redis 4.0 standard edition supports 1-master 5-slave mode, read/write separation, scaling without disconnection, and high availability. 2019-07 Redis Standard Edition

    October 2018

    Update Description Release Date Documentation
    Released Redis 4.0 cluster edition Redis 4.0 cluster edition has been released and supports 4 TB of storage capacity, tens of millions of concurrent access, scaling without storage capacity loss, and automatic read/write separation. 2018-10 Memory Edition (Cluster Architecture)

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