Francis Colgan (MSFT CSG) on Fri, 27 May 2016 07:15:53
From Mark Paluch (@mp911de) via Twitter who tweets:
“Any chance for me to try out Redis Cache/Cluster+SSL?”
Customer also referenced the github article https://github.com/mp911de/lettuce/issues/246 which goes into more detail on the request. To summarize; is it possible to use Redis Cache with a Cluster and SSL?
Mark has also commented on the post with the following “SSL + Cluster is a special case. Redis Cluster nodes are reported by Redis with their Redis host address. Since Redis has no built-in SSL support it only knows about the Redis plaintext ports and so it does not report any SSL ports. Giving lettuce a try on Azure is a great chance to see how the Microsoft guys have implemented it.”
Appreciate if you may be able to advise or assist on this matter.
Mark Paluch on Fri, 27 May 2016 07:25:22
Fyi: I'm tracing this issue as I'm developing the lettuce Java Redis driver
MMontwill on Fri, 27 May 2016 16:55:27
Please send us mail to AzureCache@microsoft.com and we will temporarily give you access to a clustered cache.
In general, once you connect on 6380, you will get a cluster list of nodes whose addresses include the ssl ports, each node will be reported with the same ip address and a different port.