Support on premise solution
Redis is not strong at security yet (at least for now) so most of companies will enable IP-whitelist as one of their security features, and normally they only allow within private ip range. Therefore, we should support on premise solution that allow customer to install redsmin locally. If redsmin does not want to handle whole installation package and wants to keep control of the source, having HTTP/TCP prox server to proxy request back to redsmin servers would be ideal solution.
Duplicate, see http://redsmin.uservoice.com/forums/173279-general/suggestions/3222777-self-hosted-redsmin-redsmin-enterprise-version-
Thanks for your feedback!
AdminBruce (Founder, Redsmin) commented
I'm not sure to have fully understood "If redsmin does not want to handle whole installation package and wants to keep control of the source, having HTTP/TCP prox server to proxy request back to redsmin servers would be ideal solution."
what do you mean?
If you don't want to whitelist IP in order to directly connect to your server from Redsmin you can still use our Redsmin-proxy:
If you are looking for a fully hosted solution then Redsmin Enterprise will be the solution:
Am I missing something?