Add a Redis instance
Java Serialized Objects
Use Smaller Keys
Switch to 32 Bits
Upgrade Redis Version
Use Better Serializer
Combine Smaller Strings to Hashes
Switch from Set to Intset for Numeric IDs
Switch to Bloom Filter or HyperLogLog
Shard Big Hash to Small Hash
Convert Hashtable to Ziplist for Hashes
Convert to a List instead of Hash
Compress Field Names
Enable Compression for List
Avoid Dynamic Lua Script
Reclaim Expired Keys Memory Faster
After you install RDBTools you’ll need to activate it to start using RDBTools, unless you purchaced it through the AWS Marketplace. If you purchased RDBTools through the AWS marketplace, you are already using a fully activated version of RDBTools and no further activation is required.
After installation is complete, you should point your browser to http://localhost:8001. Note that this URL might be different, depending on how you installed RDBTools (whether you installed it locally, or on a remote server). Please refer to the installation instructions for your chosed install method for the exact URL you should visit.
If you have purchased a license, activate it now. If you do not have a license, you can start a free trial by entering your email address. You will receive a license key in your email.
Finally, you should be redirected to the add instance page where the redis instance can be added. In case, if you want to revisit your current license plan summary, got ot license page from the menu in the header.
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