ApsaraDB for Redis provides instances of multiple editions, series, and architectures. The commands supported by AparaDB for Redis instances vary based on their instance types. This topic describes the commands supported by ApsaraDB for Redis instances and the limits on the commands. You can refer to the topics in the following tables to view details of commands.

Supported commands

Topic Description
Commands supported by ApsaraDB for Redis Community Edition ApsaraDB for Redis Community Edition provides instances of multiple editions and architectures. The commands supported by the instances vary based on their instance types. This topic describes the native Redis commands supported by ApsaraDB for Redis Community Edition and provides the limits on these commands.
Limits on commands supported by ApsaraDB for Redis Enhanced Edition (Tair) ApsaraDB for Redis Enhanced Edition (Tair) instances support most commands of open source Redis. To ensure high performance, these instances have limits on the use of specific native Redis commands.
New commands supported by ApsaraDB for Redis Enhanced Edition (Tair) instances ApsaraDB for Redis Enhanced Edition (Tair) instances support the commands that are supported by the Community Edition and the following new commands:
Note
Redis commands developed by Alibaba Cloud ApsaraDB for Redis ensures compatibility with some native Redis commands and also supports specific Redis commands developed by Alibaba Cloud. You can use these commands to manage ApsaraDB for Redis cluster or read/write splitting instances.

Limits on the commands supported by different instance architectures

Topic Description
Limits on commands supported by cluster instances ApsaraDB for Redis cluster instances and standard instances are deployed in different architectures. The commands supported by the instances vary based on their instance types.
Limits on the commands supported by read/write splitting instances ApsaraDB for Redis read/write splitting instances are classified into non-cluster and cluster read/write splitting instances. The commands supported by the instances vary based on their instance types.