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A Redis Admin UI

Coming from the same people/project that put a web service layer on top of Redis:

One of the disadvantages that comes with making use of a shiny new tech is that there is sometimes not a lot of tooling available for it. Despite its vibrant community this is also true for Redis where although it sports a rich command-line interface (Unix software is good like this) the GUI admin tools are somewhat lacking.

Compared to MongoDB which sees tons of tools, this is only the 3rd I’ve heard about, after RedBottle: a REST-style app on top of Redis and Redweb, a web interface for Redis.

Original title and link for this post: A Redis Admin UI (published on the NoSQL blog: myNoSQL)