CloudAMQP has made significant improvements to the configurable RabbitMQ alarms and addressed some popular user requests.
We'll soon launch new 1, 3 and 5 node plans. And a new smaller plan, designed for testing.
In this article, we help you gain access to a fully managed RabbitMQ instance through CloudAMQP that can scale with your needs, using AWS VPC and a firewall for security.
Keeping data private is important to us, which is why we encourage encrypted connections to CloudAMQP clusters. Now we are adding support for Amazon Web Services (AWS) PrivateLink to make it even easier.
CloudAMQP, the manager of the largest fleet of RabbitMQ clusters in the world, is excited to announce that our plans are now available through the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace. What does this mean for our valued customers? Read on to discover more great advantages of...
Sometimes messages simply have a higher priority and need to be handled before other messages. Thankfully, RabbitMQ supports priority queues, and a queue can be set to have a range of priorities.
CloudAMQP's annual report for 2019 based on CloudAMQP customer usage of RabbitMQ. We take a closer look at versions, language and client distribution among other things. Be prepared for some interesting facts.
We’re happy to let you know that we have enabled new Azure regions for CloudAMQP.
Over the past two releases, RabbitMQ trended towards reliability and increased security. The newest version, 3.8, brings authorization and failover alongside increasingly beneficial improvements to components such as logging and visualization.
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