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RabbitMQ consumer with C#

In the previous post I talked about a RabbitMQ publisher and how we can implement it with C#.

The next step is implement a consumer and we’ll see how we can do that efficiently; unlike the publisher,┬áthe consumer has more implication and as we’ll see, we can consume messages from RabbitMQ in different ways. 868 more words


Building and testing message-driven microservices using Spring Cloud Stream

Spring Boot and Spring Cloud give you a great opportunity to build microservices fast using different styles of communication. You can create synchronous REST microservices based on Spring Cloud Netflix libraries as shown in one of my previous articles… 2,316 more words


RabbitMQ message listener in Spring Boot

Last time I was introducing a RabbitMQ message receiver in an application using Spring Boot 1.5.4. To match the version of the message broker in an organisation I used… 161 more words


Clearing Messages in Rabbit MQ

In Testing Environment , many messages are getting accumulated due to various reasons. There is an option in the Rabbit MQ to purge the messages manually, this job will get tougher and time consuming if there more number of queues. 66 more words


Playing with Docker, MQTT, Grafana, InfluxDB, Python and Arduino

I must admit this post is just an excuse to play with Grafana and InfluxDb. InfluxDB is a cool database especially designed to work with time series. 1,491 more words


RabbitMQ publisher with C#

RabbitMQ is one of the most popular message broker used to decouple the communication between different application and components.

It has a nice and clear… 927 more words


RabbitMQ 3.7.5 released

The RabbitMQ team announced the release of RabbitMQ 3.7.5. Binary and source distributions of the new release can be found on the download page… 29 more words