Redis®* by Upstash
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Redis by Upstash is a fully-managed, Redis-compatible database service offering global read replicas for reduced latency in distant regions. Upstash databases are provisioned inside your Fly organization, ensuring private, low-latency connections to your Fly applications.
See the What you Should Know section for more details about this service.
flyctl redis create
? Select Organization: fly-apps (fly-apps) ? Choose a primary region (can't be changed later) Madrid, Spain (mad) ? Optionally, choose one or more replica regions (can be changed later): Amsterdam, Netherlands (ams) ? Select an Upstash Redis plan Free: 100 MB Max Data Size
Once created, check the list of Redis databases.
flyctl redis list
ID NAME ORG PLAN PRIMARY REGION READ REGIONS aaV829vaMVQGbi5 late-waterfall-1133 fly-apps Free mad ams
Note the database ID, then fetch its status.
fly redis status aaV829vaMVDGbi5
Redis ID = aaV829vaMVDGbi5 Name = late-waterfall-1133 Plan = Free Primary Region = mad Read Regions = ams Private URL = redis://firstname.lastname@example.org
fly redis connect ? Select a database to connect to empty-water-3291 (sjc) 200M Proxying local port 16379 to remote [fdaa:0:6d6b:0:1::3]:6379 127.0.0.1:16379> set foo bar OK 127.0.0.1:16379> get foo "bar" 127.0.0.1:16379>
By connecting a database, you can run Redis commands on redis-cli.
Upstash Redis instances can’t change their primary region or name, but the following may change:
- Read regions
- Pricing plan
- Eviction settings
flyctl redis update and follow the prompts. Changing region settings should not cause downtime.
Deleting a Redis database can’t be undone. Be careful!
fly redis delete my-redis-db
Your Redis database my-redis-db was deleted
Once provisioned, the database primary region cannot be changed.
Upstash Redis is available in all Fly regions via a private IPv6 address restricted to your Fly organization. Traffic is automatically routed to the nearest replica, or in the absence of nearby replicas, to the primary instance.
If you plan to deploy in a single region, ensure that your database is deployed in the same region as your application.
Replicas forward writes to the primary. Replicas can’t be written to. Writes are synchronous, and synchronous writes over geographical distance experience latency. Plan for this latency in your application design.
If you’re using Redis as region-local cache and don’t require a shared cache, setup separate databases per-region and enable object eviction.
By default, Upstash Redis will disallow writes when the max data size limit has been reached. If you enable eviction during creation on update, Upstash Redis will evict keys to free up space.
First, keys marked with a TTL will be evicted at random. In the absence of volatile keys, keys will be chosen randomly for eviction. This is roughly the combination of the
allkeys-random eviction policies available in standard Redis.
Note that items marked with an explicit TTL will expire accurately, regardless of whether eviction is enabled.
|Max Data size||100MB||200MB||3GB|
|Max Concurrent Connections||100||300||1000|
|Max Daily Bandwidth||100MB||10GB||50GB|
|Max Request Size||1MB||1MB||10MB|
|Price per month, per region||$0||$10||$90|
More plans may be added in the future. Get in touch on our community forum with feedback and suggestions for improvements.