This doc has examples how to use workspace to interact with Redis.
In examples we use local Redis that is running inside the workspace, but the commands apply to any Redis instance.
Open Quickstart for quick access to all the tools, including workspace terminal.
Open workspace terminal, and load example Redis datasets
git clone https://github.com/redis-developer/redis-datasets.git /home/project/redis-datasets cat /home/project/redis-datasets/movie-database/import_actors.redis | redis-cli cat /home/project/redis-datasets/movie-database/import_movies.redis | redis-cli
Open Redis Commander and explore Redis databases
Alternatively use browser-based VS-code with Redis extension
If you prefer working in the terminal, explore Redis with Redis-Tui. To connect to the internal Redis instance simply execute
To interact with internal Redis, inn the workspace terminal launch iredis CLI, get & set keys
Iredis has autocompletion and hints, which might be handy for administrative tasks
Create dump of the Redis database
redis-dump-go -h localhost > /home/redis-movie-dump.resp
Go to the file browser and download the database dump to your PC