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Proxy based Redis cluster solution supporting pipeline and scaling dynamically

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Codis is a proxy based high performance Redis cluster solution written in Go. It is production-ready and widely used at and many companies. You can see Codis Releases for latest and most stable realeases.


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Compared with Twemproxy and Redis Cluster

Codis Twemproxy Redis Cluster
resharding without restarting cluster Yes No Yes
pipeline Yes Yes No
hash tags for multi-key operations Yes Yes Yes
multi-key operations while resharding Yes - No(details)
Redis clients supporting Any clients Any clients Clients have to support cluster protocol

"Resharding" means migrating the data in one slot from one redis server to another, usually happens while increasing/decreasing the number of redis servers.

Other Features

  • GUI website dashboard & admin tools
  • Supports most of Redis commands, Fully compatible with Twemproxy(
  • Proxies can register on zk/etcd, clients can avoid dead proxies, see "High Availability" section.


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High Availability

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Proxy proxy

Slots slots

Group group

Sentinel sentinel


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Active authors: * @spinlock9 微博@斯宾洛克 * @yangzhe1991 微博@_杨肉_

Emeritus authors: * @goroutine 微博@goroutine * @c4pt0r 微博@Dongxu_Huang

Thanks: * @ivanzhaowy * @Apache9 微博@Apache9


Codis is licensed under MIT, see MIT-LICENSE.txt

You are welcome to use Codis in your product, and feel free to let us know~ :)

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