This is a minor release but it contains one significant goodie: The details dialog for errors now has a section that displays a nicely formatted stack dump. 78 more words
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Microservices with C# and RabbitMQ
Microservices are groupings of lightweight services, interconnected, although independent of each other, without direct coupling or dependency.
Microservices allow flexibility in terms of infrastructure; application traffic is routed to collections of services that may be distributed across CPU, disk, machine and network as opposed to a single monolithic platform designed to manage all traffic. 1,011 more words
Wow, what the hell am I doing…
I’ve been watching docker from a distance for some time and have been completely fascinated by its potential. Saying that, I’d struggled to find an excuse to play with it partly because I’m a Windows user but mostly because I’m lazy. 1,396 more words
The Rabbit Operations project has reached a pretty significant milestone with the release of version 0.7.0. Most notably, it now supports message retry for NServiceBus. There are plenty of other goodies in this release including a refreshed GUI, retry history on messages and a more reliable queue poller. Check it out.
RabbitMQ is a message queue server (which uses underneath a database repository (SQLite) to add some level of persistency to message abstractions in a communications channel. 554 more words