Work on creation time of Redis Cache
The time of creating a Redis Cache is to long. It should be improved
Thank you for your feedback. This is on our backlog
The azure redis cache is extremely slow to create. oh my god!
Matt Byrne commented
Ridiculous that this is still an issue. Infrastructure provisioning that would otherwise take about 3 minutes end up taking 20+ while they wait for Redis.
Sébastien sougnez commented
How long will this issue be ignored ?!
20 minutes to create a redis cache while creating two new web app with SQL server and database take around 3 min.
Microsoft really needs to stop ignoring this.
matt short commented
I'm also interested in the status. We use Redis Cache at various clients, and the deployment is incredibly slow. Especially compared to many other Azure services. This needs to be improved.
Archon Andrew commented
Just want to echo sentiments here, Redis deployment is easily the slowest part of our infra step.
Joz Ahmed commented
Has there been any updates on this?
It's taken 20 mins to create and destroy redis cache.
This issue has been open since February 2015.
Mardy Dacasin commented
Any update from this? I am experiencing this issues. It tooks long minutes for the provisioning.
Alexandr Mikhnenko commented
15-25 minutes for Redis Cache creation makes every deployment from scratch total nightmare
Matthew Shooshtari commented
Redis Cache is the long pole in our deployment. If this can be shortened our application deployment time could be cut by 3/4.
We have our infrastructure scripted. Theres quite a bit of it, it usually takes 3.5 minutes to create followed by 20 minutes of waiting for redis to provision
Lachlan White commented
Hi Team, Can this also please include the time it takes to delete the Redis Cache.
Both of these operations take around 20-40 minutes at the moment
Michal Koziorowski commented
Any news about that item?
We are doing at least 20 - 50 deployments a day, each containing premium redis instance. Because everything waits for redis, deployment takes ages. Our VMs start in about 3 minutes, and we often wait for redis about 25+ minutes.
ayush gorya commented
any update on this
Christian Kapplmüller commented
I also think that the time to provision a new redis instance is far too high.
John Leidegren commented
In the meantime can anyone comment on why it takes 30 minutes? It's bizarre and incredibly annoying. In the event of a disaster, we have to wait 30 minutes just because we have a Redis cache in our deployment, makes you think twice about even having it there. Should we just not use Redis?
Sudheer Kumar Kamalapuram commented
+1 Resis creation is really painful while provisioning. It is taking ~15 min to provision.
Graham Ambrose commented
Just to give some context to how bad create times are these are timings from two arm template deployments I just ran.
Time to create a Sql server and provision a database 1 min 10 secs. Time to create a Redis cluster 14 mins 44 secs.