Get started with Aiven for Redis®*#
The first step in using Aiven for Redis®* is to create a service. You can do so either using the Aiven Web Console or the Aiven CLI.
Create a Redis®* service using the Aiven Console#
Log in to the Aiven Console.
Follow these instructions to create a new Redis service.
Once the service is ready, the status changes to Running. Depending on your selected cloud provider and region, this generally takes a couple of minutes.
Create a Redis®* service using the Aiven CLI#
Aiven CLI provides a simple and efficient way to create an Aiven for Redis®* service. If you prefer launching a new service from the CLI, follow these steps:
Determine the service plan, cloud provider, and region you want to use for your Redis®* service.
Run the following command to create a Redis®* service named demo-Redis:
avn service create demo-Redis \ --service-type redis \ --cloud CLOUD_AND_REGION \ --plan PLAN \ --project PROJECT_NAME
There are additional options available to you, which you can view by running the following commands:
For a full list of default flags:
avn service create -h
For type-specific options:
avn service types -v
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