To finish this experiment, you will learn how to delete your Redis Cluster when it’s not needed anymore.

Time to Complete Module: 10 Minutes



In order to delete your Redis Cluster, go to the Amazon ElastiCache Dashboard and follow these instructions:

This will show you a list of all your Redis clusters.

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The status of your cluster will change to “deleting”.

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You have learnt how to manage user sessions with a distributed key/value database. By leveraging on the Redis hash data type, you stored user data in an ElastiCache node and configured the session expiration mechanism.

If you want to learn more about caching in AWS, read this Caching Overview and make sure you check the documentation for Session Management. The code samples can be found in this repository.