Redis Connector Overview¶
Redis is an open source (BSD licensed), in-memory data structure store, used as a cache or a database, cache and message broker. It supports data structures such as strings, hashes, lists, sets, sorted sets with range queries, bitmaps, hyperlogs and geospatial indexes with radius queries.
This connector enables developers to use an external Redis server as a cache or a database in the mediation logic.
To see the available Redis connector, navigate to the connector store and search for "Redis".
|Connector version||Supported product versions|
|1.0.1||APIM 4.0.0, EI 7.1.0, EI 7.0.x, EI 6.6.0, EI 6.5.0|
|2.1.0||APIM 4.0.0, EI 7.1.0, EI 7.0.x, EI 6.6.0, EI 6.5.0|
|2.2.0||APIM 4.0.0, EI 7.1.0, EI 7.0.x, EI 6.6.0, EI 6.5.0|
For older versions, see the details in the connector store.
Redis Connector documentation¶
Setting up the Redis Environment: This involves setting up the Redis server and a backend to test the flow.
Redis Connector Example: This example demonstrates how to work with the Redis Connector and access the Redis server using Redis commands.
Redis Connector Reference: This documentation provides a reference guide for the Redis Connector.
How to contribute¶
As an open source project, WSO2 extensions welcome contributions from the community.
To contribute to the code for this connector, please create a pull request in the following repository.
Check the issue tracker for open issues that interest you. We look forward to receiving your contributions.Top