In the context of Redis Enterprise, encryption refers usually to two main things:
Client-Server Encryption — encrypting the data that's sent between the client and the server.
Disk Encryption — encrypting the data at rest.
Client-server encryption can be enabled by setting up SSL/TLS for your Redis instance. Here's a simplified example of how it might look:
After this, we should tell Redis to use these files:
Note that you might need to restart Redis for the changes to take effect.
Then, on the client side, we would also need to use SSL/TLS:
Disk encryption can be handled at the OS level and doesn't require any specific setup from Redis. For instance, if you're using Linux, you might want to consider using utilities like dm-crypt with LUKS.
Please note that these are broad strokes and the exact setup could vary significantly depending on your environment and requirements. Always refer to the official documentation or get in touch with Redis Labs for detailed guidance.