Posts written by David Wragg
August 10, 2011
Today we launched a RabbitMQ service on CloudFoundry.com. This service brings the messaging functionality of RabbitMQ to developers building applications on Cloud Foundry. You can read the main announcement over on the Cloud Foundry blog. There’s also an FAQ with more details on the Cloud Foundry knowledge base. CloudFoundry.com is a free beta service. So please register there (if you haven’t already), then take a look at the RabbitMQ service, try out the sample apps, and write your own.
September 20, 2010
We’ve received quite a few requests recently for us to put the RabbitMQ code on github.
RabbitMQ is open source, and the Mercurial repositories where we work on the code are publicly accessible. But github is rapidly establishing itself as the Facebook of open-source development: It makes it easy to follow projects and participate in their development, all within a slick web-based UI.
So from today, we are mirroring our repositories to github.
August 1, 2010
And welcome to the all-new RabbitMQ blog!