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Deploying highly available Redis replication with HAProxy on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

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edited Jun 9, 2021 5:39AM in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure - General 2 comments


We’ve already documented the detailed process of deploying Redis replication on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). The main purpose of this blog is to demonstrate the implementation of HAProxy in front of a Redis master and slave (agent) replication to ensure that client and application connections are always redirected to the master server. High availability for Redis deployment including master and agent implementation is achieved by implementing Redis Sentinel, which continuously performs monitoring, notification, and automatic failover if a master becomes unresponsive.



The challenge comes in when the master stops responding because of the Redis process termination, hardware failure, or network hiccups, and Sentinel automatically fails over the master to one of the remaining agent nodes. In this case, the clients and applications connecting to Redis fail, unless the connection configuration is manually changed to point to the new master. However, this solution might not be acceptable in production environment where you want automatic failover capability.

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