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Happy Hare - the new in-between plan for RabbitMQ

Meet the new Happy Hare plan on CloudAMQP.

Manage CloudAMQP resources with Terraform

Create, update and configure CloudAMQP instances, VPCs and more features with a simple configuration file. Here’s an introduction on how to use Terraform to manage your CloudAMQP resources through code.

Welcome to Ruby Game Show Meetup in Stockholm!

Let’s meet, mingle, and have some fun in Stockholm with our mutual friend Ruby!

Microservices and Message Queues, Part 7: Caveats for real-world use cases

While implementing our demo project in parts 5 & 6, we did dumb down a couple of things for brevity’s sake. This article will suggest how some of those things could be improved.

Microservices and Message Queues, Part 6: Building the second service

In the previous post, we implemented the first service in our distributed architecture. This post will walk you through implementing the second service.

Microservices and Message Queues, Part 5: Building the first service

Recall that the previous article discussed breaking down our demo project into two smaller services. This article will walk us through building the first service.

CloudAMQP - home of the new message broker LavinMQ

What’s new, fast, and open-source? The message broker LavinMQ, hosted by CloudAMQP! Get familiar with our latest product, and why not get a free instance to try it out?

Microservices and Message Queues, Part 4: Introducing the demo project

Equipped with the theoretical knowledge of message queues, RabbitMQ, and CloudAMQP, next, let's apply what we've learned to a realworld project - this article will introduce our demo project.

Microservices and Message Queues, Part 3: RabbitMQ and CloudAMQP

Now that we know what message queues are in general, let's explore RabbitMQ and how CloudAMQP simplifies working with it.

Microservices and Message Queues, Part 2: Message Queues use cases

To build on our knowledge of what message queues are, this article will cover some practical use cases of message queues.