RabbitMQ provides a way to segregate applications using the same RabbitMQ instance, though vhosts.
The RabbitMQ prefetch value is used to specify how many messages are being sent at the same time. Understanding how to optimize the RabbitMQ prefetch count maximizes the speed of the system.
RabbitMQ offers two ways to receive messages which are the polling-based basic.get and the push-based basic.consume. How to decide between using a consumer or a get request depends on the workload that each creates.
Enable RabbitMQ plugins and enhance your broker’s default capabilities. This article covers how to enable RabbitMQ plugins. It also reviews many popular add-ons and shows that the capability of a RabbitMQ broker can perform way past the default settings.
CloudAMQP has made significant improvements to the configurable RabbitMQ alarms and addressed some popular user requests.
In some cases, you just need to wipe everything off from your RabbitMQ server and start over. This article demonstrates how to do that.
We'll soon launch new 1, 3 and 5 node plans. And a new smaller plan, designed for testing.
In this article, we help you gain access to a fully managed RabbitMQ instance through CloudAMQP that can scale with your needs, using AWS VPC and a firewall for security.
Keeping data private is important to us, which is why we encourage encrypted connections to CloudAMQP clusters. Now we are adding support for Amazon Web Services (AWS) PrivateLink to make it even easier.
In this video we take a closer look at Microservices and Message Queueing to uncover the benefits of this architecture.