RDBTools has been acquired by RedisLabs!
I am pleased to announce that RDBTools joins forces with Redis Labs. HashedIn, the company behind RDBTools, has entered into an agreement with Redis Labs to continue to develop and support RDBTools under the Redis Labs umbrella. You can read Redis Labs’ announcement over here.
RDBTools first started as an open source project in 2012, and became the default tool for memory analysis and parsing redis backup files. In Jan. 2018, we started building a commercial GUI tool around memory analysis, and launched it at Redis Conf in April last year. Gradually, we added data visualization tools and cluster management; and added support for all operating systems and flavors of Redis.
By joining forces with RedisLabs, RDBTools is only going to grow. Over the next few months, we will be adding support for Redis Streams as well as RedisJson, RediSearch, Redis Graph and the newly announced modules RedisTimeSeries and RedsiAI. Open Source Cluster Management will continue to improve. We will also be adding monitoring and alerts later this year.
Redis Labs has a strong commitment to the Redis community. We want RDBTools to become the default tool developers and administrators use to work with Redis. To that end, RDBTools will continue to have a free plan, and it will continue to support all versions of Redis - including open source, Redis enterprise, on-premise, and various cloud versions including AWS, GCP and Azure.