Redis Cache Management

For general information on resource management, see Resource Management.

Create the management client

The following code creates an instance of the management client.

You will need to provide your subscription_id which can be retrieved from your subscription list.

See Resource Management Authentication for details on handling Azure Active Directory authentication with the Python SDK, and creating a Credentials instance.

from azure.mgmt.redis import RedisManagementClient
    from azure.common.credentials import UserPassCredentials

# Replace this with your subscription id
subscription_id = '33333333-3333-3333-3333-333333333333'

# See above for details on creating different types of AAD credentials
credentials = UserPassCredentials(
            'user@domain.com',      # Your user
            'my_password',          # Your password
    )

redis_client = RedisManagementClient(
    credentials,
    subscription_id
)

Registration

Some operations in the ARM APIs require a one-time registration of the provider with your subscription.

Use the following code to do the registration. You can use the same credentials you created in the previous section.

from azure.mgmt.resource.resources import ResourceManagementClient

resource_client = ResourceManagementClient(
    credentials,
    subscription_id
)
resource_client.providers.register('Microsoft.Cache')

Create Redis Cache

The following code creates a new redis cache under an existing resource group. To create or manage resource groups, see Resource Management.

from azure.mgmt.redis.models import Sku, RedisCreateOrUpdateParameters

group_name = 'myresourcegroup'
cache_name = 'mycachename'
redis_cache = redis_client.redis.create_or_update(
    group_name,
    cache_name,
    RedisCreateOrUpdateParameters(
        sku = Sku(name = 'Basic', family = 'C', capacity = '1'),
        location = "West US"
    )
)
# redis_cache is a RedisResourceWithAccessKey instance