RediSQL, SQL steroids for Redis

The power of SQL with the simplicity of Redis: fast & reliable.

RediSQL add simple commands to your Redis giving it the ability to store, manage and retrieve more structured data.

Carefully tested for correcteness and tuned for performance – never lose a bit.
  • Easily Managable

    RediSQL integrates extremely well with Redis, its commands feels like native Redis commands.

  • Powerful Abstractions

    RediSQL allows to create expressive and simple API, it really feels like using just Redis, just more powerful.

  • Tunable for every use case

    RediSQL inherits all the SQLite knobs and capabilities, if the out of the box performance are not enough you can tune it for your specific use case.

  • Carefully engineered

    RediSQL is written in Rust which provides more guarantees against common bugs. Then we carefully tested it.

Start as open source project. Upgrade to enterprise level of support and features.

RediSQL is offered in two version, a free and open source one and an enterprise PRO version. The enterprise version provide supports for AOF replication and clusters, not necessary in small projects but fundamental in bigger ventures. With the enterprise version you also get unlimited support via email, phone or github issues.

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(Mostly) Open source, explore the code base. Simple builds, fix it yourself.

Only a very minor part of RediSQL is not releases as open source, you free to explore, the codebase, understand how it works and how to get the most from it.
The simple build system in place will also allow you to quickly iterate on its code and fix bugs if needed.

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14 days money back guarantee.

If you decide to purchase the PRO version, but for any reason it doesn't work for you, you will be refunded. No question asked.

Purchase the PRO version


The open source version is and always will be free, for the PRO version we offers two different types of license.
The regular license allows you to download every version of RediSQL anytime you wish, it renews annually.
The perpetual one which gives you the right to download one and only one version of RediSQL, it is a one time expense but it doesn't provide you with any updates. The support on the perpetual license is limited to one year.

Free forever

Open Source
  • RediSQL, every version
  • RDB persistency
  • ✘ No AOF persistency
  • ✘ No AOF cluster mode
  • ✘ No support

990 year

  • RediSQL PRO, every version
  • RDB persistency
  • ✔ AOF persistency
  • ✔ AOF cluster mode
  • ✔ Live Support

50 one time

Pro Perpetual
  • RediSQL PRO, specific version
  • RDB persistency
  • ✔ AOF persistency
  • ✔ AOF cluster mode
  • ✘ No support

Frequently Asked Questions

As many as you like. They have a very light memory overhead and you may actually improve performances running multiple databases in your instance since each database has its own thread of execution. Also, running multiple databases, you will get rid of most of the waits for locks.

Yes, it is possible to save the database on disk. However this will make the system slower. Of course, during RDB replication the database is serialized, compressed and saved on your Redis RDB file.

Yes you can, however this is illegal and it would expose your company to legal risk. Moreover you will lose the most valuable asset that comes with the PRO version which is the support.

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