Key-Value Stores also belong to the NoSQL databases. They are the simplest form of databases. You store values in associative Arrays zu a certain key. The values can consist of tuples, relations or documents.
The Service Broker Framework integrates the key value database Redis to complete the portfolio in the database area and to represent a comprehensive offering for the various requirements of modern applications.
“In a world where container and services play an increasing role, it is important to rely on open standards”
Today, Redis represents one of the de facto standards for fast and distributed caching of unstructured data. This data can be temporarily stored and reused using various management mechanisms. The Redis deployment scenarios have different characteristics and range from accelerating the access times of data stored elsewhere to coping with high write and read access times and rates in order to achieve scalability of applications. In addition to its use as a key value store, Redis offers its own Publish/Subscribe API and can therefore also be used as a messaging system.
All Redis instances are deployed in their own instances or clusters to provide optimal performance for the key value store.
Service Konfiguration via Dashboard und API
This Service Broker offers the possibility to make individual configurations. These can be performed either manually or via API.
All Redis deployments are rolled out fully automatically with the active security configuration. This is also not optional for cloud operation.
All our service brokers meet the official Open Service Broker API definition. With our interface, developers can order databases in self-service and to a large extent also configure and manage them in self-service (e. g. backup management, specific configuration options for timeouts, users and much more).