Distributed Cache Service
Distributed Cache Service (DCS) is an online, distributed, in-memory cache service. It is reliable, scalable, usable out of the box, and easy to manage. Compatible with Redis and Memcached, DCS supports three instance types: single-node, master/standby, and cluster. It can meet your requirements for high read/write performance and fast data access.
DCS knowledge for users from beginner level to expert level
Be a Power User
You can scale up or down instances, change instance types, modify configuration parameters, analyze hot keys and big keys, and query instance slow logs any time. You can also monitor the metrics and audit logs in real time to determine the health status of DCS instances.
O&M and Monitoring
Learn more about common issues and solutions.
Does DCS Support Public Access?
How to Access DCS Redis Instances over Public Networks?
How to Migrate Data to DCS for Redis?
How Do I Disable SSL for Public Access to a DCS Redis Instance?
How to Scale Up or Down an Instance?
How Do I Troubleshoot Redis Connection Failures?
Does DCS for Redis Support Sentinel?
Why Is Public Access of My DCS Redis Instance Unintentionally Disabled?
Can DCS Redis Instances Be Upgraded, for Example, from Redis 3.0 to Redis 4.0 or 5.0?
Client and Network Connection
Instance Scaling and Upgrade