Quickstart: Use Azure Cache for Redis in .NET Core
This sample shows you how to incorporate Azure Cache for Redis into a C# .NET Core console app using the StackExchange.Redis Redis client. See the accompanying article on the documentation site for details, including best practices and how to create the sample code from scratch.
Run the sample
In your command window, change directories to the folder containing this sample.
Execute the following command to restore the packages:
Execute the following command to store a new secret named CacheConnection, after replacing the placeholders (including angle brackets) for your cache name and primary access key:
dotnet user-secrets set CacheConnection "<cache name>.redis.cache.windows.net,abortConnect=false,ssl=true,allowAdmin=true,password=<primary-access-key>"
Execute the following command in your command window to build the app:
Then run the app with the following command: