CloudAMQP on Google Compute Engine

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Our primary goal at CloudAMQP is to make it really easy for developers to use RabbitMQ. We also want to make sure our service performs exceptionally well. We've launched this page to accomplish both of these goals.

Click here to jump to the bottom of this page to create a CloudAMQP managed RabbitMQ instance running on Google Compute Engine.

What we do

We provide RabbitMQ clusters with over 24,000+ running instances across the globe. Ranging from small hobby projects to big enterprise solutions. RabbitMQ is an open source multi protocol message broker. Mainly it is used with AMQP to create distributed and scalable systems adapted to a cloud environment.

What we offer

We offer six different plans. Ranging from multi tenant clusters for hobby projects and prototyping, to dedicated high performance clusters capable of delivering speeds up to 100k msgs/sec with unlimited traffic and unlimited queues. All clusters have nodes in multiple availability zones and automatic fail-over.

You can read more about what we offer on our plans page.

5 steps to get started

Step 2. Select region

Select the region where your application is located.

Step 3. Select plan

You haven't entered a credit card, so you can't choose any of the paid plans. Please jump to  Step 4. and add a credit card.

Dedicated instances
Supreme stability and consistent performance

Awesome Ape

High performance HA cluster

  • Multi-AZ cluster
  • Max ~50k msgs/s
  • Max ~20k connections
  • Max ~40M queued messages
  • Web-Stomp
Power Panda

Performance HA cluster

  • Multi-AZ cluster
  • Max ~20k msgs/s
  • Max ~10k connections
  • Max ~25M queued messages
  • Web-Stomp
Roaring Rabbit

High availability cluster

  • Multi-AZ cluster
  • Max ~10k msgs/s
  • Max ~10k connections
  • Max ~10M queued messages
  • Web-Stomp
Big Bunny

Dedicated server

  • Single node
  • Max ~10k msgs/s
  • Max ~5k connections
  • Max ~5M queued messages
  • Web-Stomp

We don't limit the dedicated plans in any way, the maximum performance is determined by the underlying instance type.

Shared instances
High-availability and good performance

Tough Tiger

For hobby apps

  • Max 12 concurrent connections
  • Multiple nodes in different AZ's
  • High performance
Little Lemur

For development

  • Max 3 concurrent connections
  • Multiple nodes in different AZ's
  • High performance

Step 4. Add credit card

You need a credit card if you want to choose one of our paid plans. We accept VISA, MasterCard and AmericanExpress.

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Step 5. Submit to create the instance.