For Ruby applications to communicate with RabbitMQ and other applications, CloudAMQP launches a new, smaller, faster and safer AMQP library for Ruby.
CloudAMQP introduces scheduled maintenance and ensures that customers always have the latest security updates regardless of their operating system and setup.
By popular demand, CloudAMQP announces AMQP websockets - a built-in feature making it possible to communicate with your RabbitMQ server or cluster directly from a web browser.
On July 13 and 14, the first online version of the RabbitMQ Summit will take place. This year, CloudAMQP will be present as a platinum sponsor and speaker.
For a while now, the RabbitMQ community has been requesting a feature to limit the maximum number of connections for a specific user to a specific vhost. With the release of RabbitMQ 3.8.10, this feature was made possible through collaboration between Erlang Solutions and...
This article examines the ability of RabbitMQ to serve as a middle-man for a remote procedure call, using direct reply-to.
The list of supported regions is growing. Read about our latest added regions available for CloudAMQP customers.
CloudAMQP are happy to announce that we’re now offering a native AWS Eventbridge integration.
This tutorial explores scenarios that require delayed messaging, the benefits of implementing a delay, and how to create a delayed exchange.
Small applications grow. They blossom into larger projects requiring maintenance, load-balancing, software upgrades, and hardware that spans data centers and even continents. The RabbitMQ federation plugin helps maintain a high availability and lower latency by spreading...