A panel debate with a selection of guests, including questions from the audience. Time to talk about the future for the most widely deployed open source message broker in the world: RabbitMQ.
RabbitMQ comprises of a state of the art plugin architecture, allowing it to be highly customizable and extensible to meet various requirements which may not be supported by an 'out-of-the-box' broker installation. This presentation gives an overview of RabbitMQ's plugin...
This session will cover an alternative to the competing consumer pattern by using the Consistent Hash Exchange. We'll see how this exchange enables different messaging patterns such as data locality, message processing order guarantees at scale and helping to avoid large queues...
Curious about what the RabbitMQ team has been up to since 3.7.0 shipped in November 2017? In this talk we will cover what's coming in 3.8.0 and beyond.
In this talk Gavin will cover AMQP in the context of its use in RabbitMQ with a premise that if you don't fully understand AMQP, you don't understand RabbitMQ. Gavin will discuss the by-directional RPC behaviour, connections, channels, objects, methods, and properties.
We are today happy to announce that CloudAMQP now is available in Azure Australia!
6% of all clusters at CloudAMQP has HiPE enabled - and we are today running thousands of nodes. Yes, HiPE is production ready.
CloudAMQP is from now on available in the IBM Cloud Catalogue! This article also include information to users that are still using legacy instances on the IBM cloud.
In this blog post, we give you the perks of a microservice architecture built on RabbitMQ and CloudAMQP to show you the benefits of the age of message queuing.