Archive for the 'Cloud' CategoryAugust 10, 2020
Over time, we have seen the number of Kubernetes-related queries on our community
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.
September 1, 2011
We are very pleased to announce the availability in beta
of RabbitMQ as a Heroku
service on CloudFoundry, this extends our commitment to
supporting the community of cloud application developers.
We believe that cloud messaging is fundamental in two senses. First
as a core capability to build applications that scale to cloud use
cases as explained in
post launching RabbitMQ on CloudFoundry. And second, because
messaging can be extended to solve common problems like integration
and data push. For example: to connect traditional on-premise
applications with virtualized and cloud deployments.
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.