Articles in ssh tunnel

Securing Redis - SSH tunnelling now available on Compose

Redis is a fine in-memory database which can act as the glue for your entire stack. If we were to pick a missing feature we'd really want though, it's the fact that it is essentially built for inside the private network and connections to the outside…

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Autossh for persistent database connectivity

Both SSL with whitelisting and SSH tunnelling into databases are powerful options when it comes to connecting to Compose database deployments. We recently introduced SSL for RethinkDB because it is the quickest and easiest way to get a secure connect…

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Support Desk: Elasticsearch & Redis

So far in 2015, we've brought you PostgreSQL on the Compose platform, but that's not all. We've also been preparing and testing essential updates and useful enhancements for our Redis and Elasticsearch databases. Now we're ready to deliver them to y…

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Connecting to Compose’s RethinkDB Deployments with SSH

If you install RethinkDB on your local system, you will see that it, by design, happily accepts connections from anywhere without authentication. This is great for development but does mean you have to think about how you deploy RethinkDB when you go…

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