Managing nodes - Amazon MemoryDB for Redis
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Managing nodes

A node is the smallest building block of a MemoryDB for Redis deployment. A node belongs to a shard which belongs to a cluster. Each node runs the engine version that was chosen when the cluster was created or last modified. Each node has its own Domain Name Service (DNS) name and port. Multiple types of MemoryDB nodes are supported, each with varying amounts of associated memory and computational power.

Some important operations involving nodes are the following: