Redis Integration

Connect Retool to a Redis database

1. Get Redis Connection Information

Retool requires a minimum of host, port and password to connect to Redis. Add these parameters in the resource page and Save. You may also set TSL or ssh tunnel.

Connecting to a Redis database

2. Create Queries

You can now select your newly-created Redis resource from the Resource dropdown when creating queries in your Retool apps.

Query Redis with your new connection

3. Display Data

Once you have data in Redis you can display it in your Retool app. The example below uses a text input and a JSON explorer.

Displaying the fields for a key in Redis

Updated 6 months ago


Redis Integration


Connect Retool to a Redis database

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