In RabbitMQ, messages are published to an exchange and, depending on the type of exchange, the message gets routed to one or more queues. This blog post will be focusing on the Direct Exchange in RabbitMQ.
Need powerful routing capabilities and reliable message deliveries? Topic exchange is a built-in exchange in RabbitMQ, enabling the use of wildcards in the binding key.
CloudAMQP is happy to announce that RabbitMQ version 3.10 is now available for our customers. In this blog post, we will go through the most significant changes and features.
London in September is especially nice! Find out how you can win two tickets to the RabbitMQ Summit 2022 and join the RabbitMQ community for a one-day conference at Code Node!
Amazing news! The RabbitMQ Summit is back, and this year it’s both digital and in person!
Released with RabbitMQ 3.8.0, quorum queues is the latest queue type ready to replace classic mirrored queues in the near future. In this article, we will explain why and how to make the move from classic mirrored queues to quorum queues in different ways.
The use of delayed message exchange turned out to be quite useful, but not without its quirks. This article will help you understand how delayed message exchange works so you can avoid potential pitfalls.
Feeling a bit lost and intimidated by the amount of information out there about Message Queuing? Well, honestly, so did I. But the CloudAMQP team is here to hold your hand, and if you give us 10 minutes of your time, things will perhaps start to make a bit more sense!
If your cluster has not been updated for a while, you may be running old versions of both Erlang and RabbitMQ. Here is an updated guide about how to upgrade your CloudAMQP cluster.
We are adding support for PrivateLink for all our customers using Azure. PrivateLink lets you connect securely from the servers in your resource group to the AMQP brokers on CloudAMQP. The data is secure and never leaves the Azure network.