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RDM seems to connect to the Azure redis cache server with the auth key, however it fails on the PING command, and the connection hangs and eventually times out or is closed.
It worked for me by connecting to the non-ssl port.
Unfortunately we require SSL.
Yep, it doesn't with SSL. Probably needs to add the certificate like here
+1 for the ssl support
Any plans on adding SSL support?
@ccnsolutions currently - no.
If you really need this feature I recommend you to donate - https://www.bountysource.com/issues/8114835-rdm-does-not-work-with-azure-redis-cache-servers
And somebody will implement this in RDM.
@uglide Any chance there's some documentation about how to do this => how to use RDM to connect to an Azure Redis Cache.
@uglide Woot! worked!
@ everyone else : needs version 0.8 or greater. the current stable (at the time of me typing this) is 0.7.x and it does NOT include the SSL tab in it.
I was following the Windows Azure Redis Cache instructions but when I check the Use SSL Protocol checkbox I get a Invalid Settings detected warning which says that I need to select a public key but I don't have any.
Use SSL Protocol
Invalid Settings detected
My Client: RDM 0.8.3-2550
Ok, solved my issue by downloading the Microsoft certificate and add it as public key in RDM.
openssl s_client -connect go.microsoft.com:443 | openssl x509 -outform PEM -out microsoft.pem