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RabbitMQ 3.11.0 release calendar

August 1, 2022 by Mirah Gary

We intend to release RabbitMQ 3.11.0 on 5 September 2022. While we have been testing it internally for some time, with production-like workloads, we need your help to check that it is as stable and reliable as we believe it is.

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RabbitMQ 3.10 Performance Improvements

May 16, 2022 by Michał Kuratczyk

RabbitMQ 3.10 was released on the 3rd of May 2022, with many new features and improvements. This blog post gives an overview of the performance improvements in that release. Long story short, you can expect higher throughput, lower latency and faster node startups, especially with large definitions files imported on startup.

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RabbitMQ 3.10.0 release calendar

March 24, 2022 by Mirah Gary & Ed Byford

We intend to release RabbitMQ 3.10.0 on 11 April 2022. While we have been testing it internally for some time, with production-like workloads, we need your help to check that it is as stable and reliable as we believe it is.

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RabbitMQ is not affected by the Log4j vulnerability

December 16, 2021 by Ed Byford & Arnaud Cogoluègnes

RabbitMQ is not affected by the Log4j vulnerability, read below for more details.

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RabbitMQ Deprecation Announcements for 4.0

August 21, 2021 by Ed Byford

In RabbitMQ 4.0, we intend to remove some RabbitMQ features to:

  • Increase the resiliency of the core broker
  • Decrease the number of suboptimal configurations available
  • Remove technical surface area (maintaining old code) from the team
  • Reduce the support burden

We continually innovate to meet and exceed our users’ expectations. Removal of older functionality that no longer meets these expectations, or serves our users, means we can focus on our mission to provide a stable, performant, and flexible messaging system.

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RabbitMQ 3.9.0 release calendar

July 9, 2021 by Jean-Sébastien Pédron & Gerhard Lazu

We intend to release RabbitMQ 3.9.0 on 26 July 2021. While we have been testing it internally for months, with production-like workloads, we need your help to check that it is as stable and reliable as we believe it is.

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