I hate HA (High Availability). Today everything has to be highly available. All of the sudden SA (Standard Availability) isn’t cutting it any more. Case in point: I used to listen to music on my way to work. 1,332 more words
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RabbitMQ installation is pretty straightforward except that the data folder is by default located in the User folder of the user performing the uninstall. When user accounts are purged once in a while and all user data are deleted you will also loose your entire RabbitMQ configuration. 438 more words
Book Review – RabbitMQ Essentials
This book makes a departure from most of the RabbitMQ books that have been published in the last few years. Rather than tediously cover the API with simple examples this book has been aimed at changing your mind set on how to architect and code applications around a message based philosophy. 453 more words
Forrester Research recently conducted a study and built TEI model comparing WebSphere MQ and Open Source messaging products. The study is based on interviews with four companies: 110 more words
We recently evaluated RabbitMQ as part of a feasibility study.
Generally we think it’s awesome and more importantly it more than meets our needs.
As we are moving towards a less centralized development environment, I thought it would be a good idea to look into simplifying and standardizing the a way for developers to get the latest version of RabbitMQ up and running as a local Virtual Machine. 368 more words