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The Memurai teamMay 30, 2024

Memurai Launches Valkey™-Compatible Edition with Enterprise-Grade Support on Windows & Linux

Technical articles and news about Memurai.

Seattle, WA — Memurai, the company behind the Redis®* -compatible Memurai database, is excited to announce the launch of an enterprise edition of Valkey, available for both Windows and Linux. Valkey, an open-source fork of Redis, is supported by major tech companies, including AWS, Google, Ericsson, Oracle, and Snap.

Memurai’s enterprise, Valkey-compatible edition is designed for on-premises and edge computing environments where security, performance, and compliance are critical. Key features of this offering include:

  • Windows and Linux Support: Run Valkey natively on Linux and Windows without needing virtualization or emulation.

  • Comprehensive Maintenance: Regular updates with hotfixes as needed.

  • Expert Support: Up to 24×7 support with a 1-hour response time.

  • Hardened Builds: Built on a reproducible software supply chain using a hardened build toolchain.

  • Long-Term Support Options: Ideal for applications that prioritize long-term stability over frequent updates and new features.

  • Performance Enhancements: Builds are optimized for performance, and the Windows edition has a custom, high-performance network stack.

  • Source Code Access: While Memurai’s Valkey editions are proprietary, source code is still available for auditing and review.

  • Upstream Contributions: Where possible, Memurai contributes fixes and patches back to the Valkey community.

If you’re looking for a secure, professionally supported, high-performance key/value data store, fill out our form to about our Valkey-compatible enterprise edition, or download the dev edition and test it yourself here.

Redis® is a registered trademark of Redis Ltd and Valkey ™ is a registered trademark of the Linux Foundation. Any rights therein are reserved to Redis Ltd and the Linux Foundation. Any use by Memurai is for referential purposes only and does not indicate any sponsorship, endorsement, or affiliation between Redis, Linux Foundation, and Memurai.