We offer seven different plans, both dedicated clusters, individual servers and vhosts on shared clusters. Dedicated plans provides guaranteed isolation between instances, where as shared plans provides great performance but limits number of connections and number of messages sent per month. We support multiple data centers and regions. All supported regions can be found here.
Number of nodes can be specified for instances in AWS data center. Other dedicated instances larger than Big Bunny have nodes in multiple availability zones and has automatic fail-over. The prices below are prices per instance/cluster and not a price per node in the instance (same price for 1, 2 and 3 nodes).
Shared plans: Little Lemur and Tough Tiger instances are vhosts located on a shared cluster where other users actions might affect the performance of the whole cluster. If you go production we recommend our dedicated plans, Big Bunny or larger. All shared plans has a channel limit set to 200.
Dedicated plans are not artificially limited in any way, the maximum performance is determined by the underlaying instance type.
Max msg/s: Each plan is benchmark tested, the speed given is the burst speed; Maximum number of messages you can send per second for your instance during a certain amount of time. Number of messages per second depends a lot on type of routing, size of messages, how many conumers/publishers you have, datacenter, auto ack/persistence flags etc.
Multi-AZ: Provides enhanced availability, queues are automatically mirrored between availability zones. RabbitMQ HA is used to handle this, see RabbitMQ HA.
Master/standby failover: If the node goes down for a Big Bunny instance, our monitoring tools will detect that and bring the node up again, (master/standby) failover. We will bring the node up in the same AZ.
SLA: We guarantee at least 99.95% availability on multi-az clusters. CloudAMQP will refund 50% of the cost for outage larger then that. Request of refund must be submitted in writing, within 30 days from the outage to which they refer, via email to email@example.com
Number of nodes: Number of nodes can be specified for dedicated instances in AWS data center. The default setting for those instancs are two nodes - it will give you two mirrored nodes. If you choose one node it will give you twice the performance and three nodes will half the performace but give you pause minority on partitions. Number of nodes can be specified when you create your instance.
All servers are continuously monitored for availability and performance. Most often we detect and address issues before they become a problem. If their is a problem with an instance it's automatically remove from the DNS load-balancer.
RabbitMQ is a polyglot broker and all our plans has protocol support for AMQP, AMQPS, HTTPS, STOMP and MQTT.
All instances have access to RabbitMQ's management interface which is great for monitoring and inspection.
In a cluster (two nodes or more) are all queues and messages replicated between the nodes so if one node fails the other can immediately take over without message loss. Fail-over and load-balancing is performed over DNS, with a very low TTL.
All plans are billed by the second, so you can try out even the largest instance types for mere pennies. Billing occurs at the end of each month, and you're only charged for the time an instance has been available to you.
We answer emails (firstname.lastname@example.org) 24/7 and for larger plans we also provide phone support. Please email us if you need help to get started or if you want to setup a call to discuss how CloudAMQP can support your business.
We support multiple data centers and regions. In regions marked with a asterisk (*) we can setup shared plans, i.e. Little Lemur and Tough Tiger.
US-East-1 (Northern Virginia) *
US-West-1 (Northern California) *
EU-West-1 (Ireland) *
SA-East-1 (Sao Paulo)
AMS01 - Amsterdam, Western Europe
DAL01 - Dallas, Central United States
DAL05 - Dallas, Central United States *
DAL06 - Dallas, Central United States
HKG02 - Hong Kong, Asia
HOU02 - Houston, Central United States
LON02 - London, Western Europe *
MEL01 - Melbourne 1, Australia
SJC01 - San Jose, West Coast United States
SEA01 - Seattle, West Coast United States
SNG01 - Singapore, Southeast Asia
TOR01 - Toronto 1, Canada
WDC01 - Washington DC, East Coast United States
US Central *
Europe West *
Asia East *
South Central US
East US 2
North Central US
New York 2
New York 3