Document history for the MemoryDB User Guide - Amazon MemoryDB for Redis
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Document history for the MemoryDB User Guide

The following table describes the documentation releases for MemoryDB.


MemoryDB now supports authenticating users using IAM

IAM Authentication allows you to authenticate a connection to MemoryDB for Redis using Amazon Identity and Access Management identities. This allows you to strengthen your security model and simplify many administrative security tasks. For more information, see Authenticating with IAM.

May 10, 2023

MemoryDB now supports Redis 7

This release brings several new features to MemoryDB for Redis: Redis functions, ACL improvements, Sharded Pub/Sub and enhanced I/O multiplexing. For more information, see Redis engine versions.

May 9, 2023

MemoryDB now offers reserved nodes

Reserved nodes provide you with a significant discount compared to on-demand node pricing. Reserved nodes are not physical nodes, but rather a billing discount applied to the use of on-demand nodes in your account. For more information, see MemoryDB reserved nodes.

December 27, 2022

MemoryDB now supports Data Tiering

MemoryDB for Redis data tiering. You can use data tiering as a lower-cost way to scale your clusters to up to hundreds of terabytes of capacity. For more information, see Data tiering.

November 3, 2022

MemoryDB now supports the native JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) format

The native JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) format is a simple, schemaless way to encode complex datasets inside Redis clusters. You can natively store and access data using the JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) format inside Redis clusters and update JSON data stored in those clusters, without needing to manage custom code to serialize and deserialize it. For more information, see Getting started with JSON.

May 25, 2022

MemoryDB now supports Amazon PrivateLink

Amazon PrivateLink allows you to privately access MemoryDB API operations without an internet gateway, NAT device, VPN connection, or Amazon Direct Connect connection. For more information, see MemoryDB API and interface VPC endpoints (Amazon PrivateLink).

January 24, 2022

Initial release

Initial release of the MemoryDB User Guide. For more information, see What is MemoryDB?

August 19, 2021