kubernetes-redis-cluster - Redis Cluster on Kubernetes

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This k8s module is intended to simplify the creation and operation of a Redis Cluster deployment in Kubernetes. These directions assume some familiarity with Redis Cluster.

https://github.com/sobotklp/kubernetes-redis-cluster

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