Provision, Upgrade, Scaling, Volume Expansion, Monitor, Backup & Restore, Security for Redis Databases in Kubernetes on any Public & Private Cloud
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As the world’s enterprises rapidly move to the cloud, and Containers are taking over the world of software development, Kubernetes is the platform that lets users seamlessly deploy, scale, run applications and manage their life cycles.
But, Running Databases or Stateful applications in Kubernetes has always been a concern. And it becomes really difficult in terms of Run and manage Production-Grade Databases on Kubernetes.
KubeDB is the Kubernetes Native Database Management Solution which simplifies and automates routine database tasks such as Provisioning, Monitoring, Upgrading, Patching, Scaling, Volume Expansion, Backup, Recovery, Failure detection, and Repair for various popular databases on private and public clouds. KubeDB provides a simple mechanism for running your storage system in the same platform as your application.
If you can run Kubernetes, you can simply provision Redis databases using KubeDB. You don’t need to worry about all of the knowledge of Kubernetes Concept, Helm, and Redis server side setup. KubeDB simplifies the whole process for you. You just have to use standard Kubernetes CLI and API to provision Redis databases.
Upgrading the database version in Kubernetes is complicated. Upgrade operation should follow a specific order. KubeDB allows you to upgrade your running Redis database version without any downtime. You can upgrade your database to any major or minor update of the Redis version.
To improve your database performance you have to make sure that your database is scalable. KubeDB offers both Vertical and Horizontal Scaling of Redis databases in Kubernetes. You can simply scale your Redis cluster in Kubernetes using KubeDB.
Having options of increasing database volume ensures your database high availability and performance. You can expand your storage capacity of Redis Database in Kubernetes by using KubeDB.
To protect your database from any kind of accidental data loss, you will need a disaster recovery solution for your database. KubeDB offers you to Backup & Restore your Redis Database in Kubernetes via Stash. Stash is seemingly integrated with KubeDB. You can automate this feature to backup your Redis database in Kubernetes by using Stash.
KubeDB comes with native support for monitoring via Prometheus. You can use builtin Prometheus scrapper or CoreOS Prometheus Operator to monitor your Redis database in Kubernetes. You can use the Grafana to view key operational metrics, including compute/memory/storage capacity utilization, I/O activity, and instance connections.
To secure a database your data needs to go through a cryptographic protocol that provides end-to-end security of the data transmission over the network. You can secure your Redis Database with TLS using KubeDB. Also, KubeDB allows you to use encrypted storage for your databases using keys you manage through your cloud provider’s key management service.
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