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LAIKA Gets Creative with RabbitMQ As the Animation Company’s IT Nervous System
The animation studio behind Coraline, The BoxTrolls, Missing Link and more uses RabbitMQ throughout IT as its flexible messaging "nervous system."
What’s New in RabbitMQ 3.8 WebinarWatch now
Jun 11 - HA and data safety in messaging: quorum queues in RabbitMQ
Top RabbitMQ influencers of 2019
Who were the top RabbitMQ influencers in 2019? Find out who to follow.
Feb 13 - How to Build Reliable Streaming Pipelines with RabbitMQ and Project Reactor Webinar
This Month in RabbitMQ, December 2019 Recap
Latest project updates on the most popular open source message broker, RabbitMQ. Plus community resources and upcoming events.
This Month in RabbitMQ, November 2019 Recap
RabbitMQ project updates in November 2019 included Kubernetes peer discovery and Project Reactor improvements
Keynote: Growing a farm of rabbits to scale financial applications - Will Hoy & David Liu
Today, Bloomberg's many engineering teams around the globe have the luxury of access to a fully-managed RabbitMQ platform. This enables them to achieve scalability, flexibility, and maintainability,
RabbitMQ 3.8 Release Overview
RabbitMQ 3.8 has several new game changing features. Read about them.
Dec 12 - Understand RabbitMQ: For Developers and Operators Webinar
RabbitMQ & Kafka
When should I use RabbitMQ and when should I use Kafka? This is a question we're asked all the time on our team. In this talk, we'll walk through the different architecture and design of these two po
Feature complete: Uncovering the true cost different RabbitMQ features and configs - Jack Vanlightly
They call RabbitMQ the swiss army knife of messaging systems, but what impact do all those features have on performance? In this talk we'll review common features and their effect on end-to-end laten
[X] Panel debate: RabbitMQ and its future
It's time to talk about the current state and future for the most widely deployed open source message broker in the world. Selected guests takes part in a panel debate, including questions from the au
Uncommon monitoring and analytics for RabbitMQ - Scott Corrigan
In order to detect anomalies and prevent runtime issues that can compromise the delivery of business services that depend on RabbitMQ, effective monitoring, alerting and analytics tools can make a big
Running RabbitMQ at Scale - Lovisa Johansson & Anders Bälter
CloudAMQP provides RabbitMQ clusters as a service, but what happens behind the scenes? CloudAMQP is powered by a number of RabbitMQ servers that provide various functionality in setting up, configuri
RabbitMQ MQTT vs EMQX - Grigory Starinkin
RabbitMQ is a multi-protocol messaging broker, which, on a vanilla installation supports AMQP-0.9-1 (and AMQP-0.8). Through its plugin architecture, RabbitMQ may also be configured to act as a messagi
Rapidly Building Event Driven and Streaming Applications with RabbitMQ - M. Sathe & M. Rosales
In this session we explore a variety of modern event processing and streaming solutions built on top of RabbitMQ. We will demonstrate how Spring Cloud Streams and RabbitMQ provide abstractions for dev
Using the source-oriented exchanges pattern to keep events in order - Alex Thomas
Almost every introduction to publish-subscribe technology embraces a model where different message types appear on correspondingly distinct topics. Unfortunately this introduces a rather fundamental f
How to use multiple RabbitMQ brokers with SpringBoot - Wander Costa
How to connect your SpringBoot application to multiple RabbitMQ brokers? But why do you need multiple RabbitMQ brokers in the first place? The solution I'm going to present solves different use cases:
[X] Observe and understand RabbitMQ - Gerhard Lazu & Michal Kuratczyk
RabbitMQ exposes metrics and healthchecks that answer all questions. Future RabbitMQ versions will make it easy to visualise and understand what happens under the hood. Join me to learn about the futu
Monitoring & scaling based on RabbitMQ telemetry - Omar Elasfar
Zalando's Communication platform products are powered by a RabbitMQ cluster as the broker for all service to service communication. A mixed set of work loads between transactional & commercial communi