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Getting Started with Rediscache - Manage Redis Cache - in Java

Getting Started with Rediscache - Manage Redis Cache - in Java

Azure Redis sample for managing Redis Cache:

  • Create a Redis Cache and print out hostname.
  • Get access keys.
  • Regenerate access keys.
  • Create another 2 Redis Caches with Premium Sku.
  • List all Redis Caches in a resource group – for each cache with Premium Sku:
    • set Redis patch schedule to Monday at 5 am.
    • update shard count.
    • enable non-SSL port.
    • modify max memory policy and reserved settings.
    • restart it.
  • Clean up all resources.

Running this Sample

To run this sample:

Set the environment variable AZURE_AUTH_LOCATION with the full path for an auth file. See how to create an auth file.

git clone

cd redis-java-manage-cache

mvn clean compile exec:java

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