By sending requests to the API’s
/v2/databases endpoint, you can list, create, or delete database clusters as well as scale the size of a cluster, add or remove read-only replicas, and manage other configuration details.
See the API documentation on databases for more information.
doctl supports many of the same actions as the API: you can list, create, resize, and delete database clusters, manage database pools, replicas, and users, and more.
doctl databases help for more information.
Redis’s list of clients, including their official recommendations
See all Redis tutorials from the DigitalOcean community.