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Preparing for the Bintray Shutdown: How to Migrate

March 31, 2021 by Michael Klishin
Bintray, one of the services our team currently uses to distribute packages, is shutting down on May 1st, 2021. This post explains what alternative services are available for the RabbitMQ community today or will be before the shutdown date. No new releases will be published to Bintray going forward. Those who do not switch from Bintray before May 1st will see their deployments begin failing. We highly recommend making migration off of Bintray both an important and urgent task.
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Erlang 24 Support Roadmap

March 23, 2021 by Michael Klishin

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How to Monitor Authentication Attempts

March 1, 2021 by Diana Parra Corbacho

We have been constantly improving the monitoring capabilities that are built into RabbitMQ since shipping native Prometheus support in 3.8.0. Monitoring the broker and its clients is critically important for detecting issues before they affect the rest of the environment and, eventually, the end users.

RabbitMQ 3.8.10 exposes client authentication attempts metrics via both the Prometheus endpoint and the HTTP API.

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RabbitMQ Kubernetes Operator reaches 1.0

November 17, 2020 by Yaron Parasol

We are pleased to announce that the RabbitMQ Operator for Kubernetes is now generally available. The RabbitMQ Operator makes it easy to provision and manage RabbitMQ clusters consistently on any certified Kubernetes distribution. Operators inform the Kubernetes container orchestration system how to provision and control specific applications. The Kubernetes (hereafter K8s) Operator pattern is a way to extend the K8s API and state management to include the provisioning and management of custom resources – resources not provided in a default K8s deployment. In this post, we’ll discuss how the Operator enables the K8s system to control a RabbitMQ cluster.

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This Month in RabbitMQ, Aug/Sep 2020 Recap

November 6, 2020 by Michael Klishin

This month in RabbitMQ features a blog from Michael Klishin on deploying RabbitMQ on Kubernetes. Also this month: RabbitMQ consumers on AWS, a three-part series on developing microservices with Lumen and RabbitMQ, and several articles on RabbitMQ and ASP.NET Core.

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This Month in RabbitMQ, July 2020 Recap

August 31, 2020 by Michael Klishin

It’s not the holidays yet, but the RabbitMQ community has presents for you anyway! The RabbitMQ Kubernetes cluster operator is now open-sourced and developed in the open in GitHub. Also, Gavin Roy has a new Python app that migrates queues between types. Finally, a webinar on RabbitMQ consumers from Ayanda Dube, Head of RabbitMQ Engineering at Erlang Solutions.

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Deploying RabbitMQ to Kubernetes: What's Involved?

August 10, 2020 by Michael Klishin

Over time, we have seen the number of Kubernetes-related queries on our community mailing list and Slack channels soar. In this post we’d like to explain the basics of a DIY deployment of RabbitMQ on Kubernetes: what Kubernetes resources will be necessary, how to make sure RabbitMQ nodes use durable storage, how to approach configuration of sensitive values, and so on.

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This Month in Rabbitmq June 2020 Recap

July 30, 2020 by Michael Klishin

This month in RabbitMQ features the release of the RabbitMQ Cluster Kubernetes Operator, benchmarks and cluster sizing case studies by Jack Vanlightly (@vanlightly), and a write up of RabbitMQ cluster migration by Tobias Schoknecht (@tobischo), plus lots of other tutorials by our vibrant community!

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Disaster Recovery and High Availability 101

July 7, 2020 by Jack Vanlightly

In this post I am going to cover perhaps the most commonly asked question I have received regarding RabbitMQ in the enterprise.

How can I make RabbitMQ highly available and what architectures/practices are recommended for disaster recovery?

RabbitMQ offers features to support high availability and disaster recovery but before we dive straight in I’d like to prepare the ground a little. First I want to go over Business Continuity Planning and frame our requirements in those terms. From there we need to set some expectations about what is possible. There are fundamental laws such as the speed of light and the CAP theorem which both have serious impacts on what kind of DR/HA solution we decide to go with.

Finally we’ll look at the RabbitMQ features available to us and their pros/cons.

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This Month in RabbitMQ, May 2020 Recap

June 30, 2020 by Michael Klishin

This month, Jack Vanlightly continues his blog series on Quorum Queues in RabbitMQ. Also, be sure to watch the replay of his related webinar.

Finally, Episode 5 of TGI RabbitMQ is out – Gerhard Lazu walks us through how to run RabbitMQ on Kubernetes. Don’t miss!

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