Most recent blog posts

RabbitMQ directories and files, part 2: Data directory

This article demystifies the RabbitMQ data directory - the role it plays in persisting messages and other meta-data

RabbitMQ directories and files, part 1: Log and config files

Discover the essential guide to RabbitMQ's log and configuration files, their roles, and where to find them across various operating systems

Message queues vs HTTPS in microservices, part 2: Streamlining load balancing and service discovery

In this blog, we will see how https-based microservices introduce the need for load balancing and service discovery. In the end, we will see how a queue-based approach simplifies all these.

Message queues vs HTTPS in microservices, part 1: A more decoupled architecture

This blog will explore the challenges around tight-coupling in https-based microservices. In the end, we will see how a queue-based approach could help in mitigating these challenges.

AMQP vs MQTT: Messaging protocols compared

Both AMQP and MQTT are messaging protocols. However, both protocols have their strengths and weaknesses, making it essential to understand their similarities, differences, and use cases. In this blog post, we will delve into the world of AMQP and MQTT.

CloudAMQP attended PyCon in Florence

The CloudAMQP team was present at the Python Conference held in Flerence, Italy on the 25/05/2023.

Welcome to join RabbitMQ Summit 2023

The CloudAMQP team presents to you the 2023 RabbitMQ Summit scheduled to hold in Berlin, Germany.

Persistence configuration in RabbitMQ; Understanding the message store and the queue index

In this blog post, we will discuss the pros and cons of persistence configuration to understand when it makes sense to make changes and when to avoid them.

RabbitMQ performance testing: throughput and latency

This article covers performance testing on RabbitMQ, enabling readers to conduct it themselves

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.