Serverless

Lambda Store has been designed to be serverless from day 1. You create the database without knowing about the backend servers. We maintain it, we deal with any issue if anything happens. With the `pay-as-you-go` pricing, you only pay when you actively use the database. Your cost does not increase proportionally to your data size. See Serverless Model for more information.

Start For Free, Pay As You Go

Lambda Store has a free tier, so you can start using Lambda Store without entering your credit card. Free tier has a limit of 5000 commands per day and 256 MB total data storage. It may be enough for new projects as well as automation projects that runs AWS Lambda functions. When it is not enough, you can upgrade to standard plan that is 40 cent per 100.000 commands. See Pricing for more information.

Redis® Compatible

We implemented serverless data structures compatible with the Redis® API. You will enjoy Lambda Store without thinking how to maintain servers or how to replicate your data to keep your cluster available. Lambda Store works with all Redis clients, so you run your legacy code without changing a line. See Redis® API Compatibility for more information.

Low Latency For Low Cost

If you are running AWS Lambda functions, each extra millisecond costs you. That's why we optimize Lambda Store for low latency. Keeping the data in memory provides us the advantage against our alternatives like DynamoDB. Pay-as-you-go pricing model makes Lambda Store much more affordable when compared to hosted Redis solutions like ElastiCache and RedisLabs. See Compare page for more information.

Free Standard Premium
Commands Limit Max 5000 Commands Daily Unlimited Unlimited
Max Data Size Per DB 256 MB 10 GB 50 GB
Max Concurrent Connections 20 1000 5000
Persistence
Encryption (TLS)
Multi Zone Replication
Price Free $0.4 per 100K commands
plus disk storage cost
$0.75 per 100K commands
plus disk storage cost

* Disk storage cost is $0.15 per GB per month for all database types.

** See reserved plans pricing for high throughput use cases.


*** See database types for more information on databases.