Amazon ElastiCache is a managed, in-memory caching service that can help improve the performance of web applications running on AWS. It supports two popular open-source in-memory caching engines - Redis and Memcached.
To create an ElastiCache cluster in AWS, follow these steps:
Go to the AWS Management Console and sign in with your AWS account credentials.
From the AWS Management Console, navigate to the ElastiCache service.
Click on the "Create" button to create a new ElastiCache cluster.
On the "Create Cache Cluster" page, configure the following settings:
Review the configuration settings for your cluster and click on "Create" to launch your ElastiCache cluster.
Once your cluster is created, you can connect to it using the endpoints provided by AWS. You can also configure your applications to use ElastiCache as a caching layer to improve performance.
Here's an example of how to connect to a Redis ElastiCache cluster using the
redis-cli command-line utility:
$ redis-cli -h mycachecluster.xxxxxx.use1.cache.amazonaws.com -p 6379
mycachecluster.xxxxxx.use1.cache.amazonaws.com with the endpoint of your own ElastiCache cluster.
Dragonfly is fully compatible with the Redis ecosystem and requires no code changes to implement.