RedisDesktopManager - Cross-platform GUI management tool for Redis

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Redis Desktop Manager (aka RDM) — is a fast Redis database management application. It works with Amazon ElastiCache, Microsoft Azure Redis Cache and Redis Labs. It provides basic operations like View keys as a tree, CRUD keys, Execute commands via shell, List connected clients, Pub/Sub channels and Slow log commands, Import data from RDB files, Copy data between databases and lot more.

http://redisdesktop.com
https://github.com/uglide/RedisDesktopManager

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