Welcome back for another edition of This Month in RabbitMQ! Keep sharing your war stories and lessons learned out there, and tweet them with #rabbitMQ to get them on our radar for inclusion in these write-ups.
As we march towards RabbitMQ 3.8 going GA, be sure to catch the replay of the webinar we did last month on what’s new in RabbitMQ 3.8.
May 1: Sam Bently (@sambentley00) published about Building An External Rabbitmq Service For VCloud Director, with particular attention to SSL requirements.
May 5: Chetan Khatri (@khatri_chetan)wrote about How to Setup Airflow Multi-Node Cluster with Celery & RabbitMQ
May 8: Nikita wrote about RabbitMQ Fetching Remote Data, particularly in Rails.
May 10: Jacques Roussel published about Using the Ansible Operator-sdk To Build A RabbitMQ Operator for Kubernetes.
May 13: Jind?ich Hrabal (@Backglite) published on Dead Letter Queue Reprocessing with Spring Integration and RabbitMQ.
May 14: Prashant Vats published on Kubernetes pod autoscaling in response to the change in the RabbitMQ queue.
May 14: Francisco Cardoso published about what’s different in AMQP 1.0 compared to AMQP 0-9-1 (in Portugese).
May 24: Jeroen Jacobs (@jeroen1205) wrote about troubleshooting sync issues with classic mirrored queues.
May 24: Ryan Gunn (@Icidis) published about Blazor, RabbitMQ and MQTT using Paho with JSInterop.
May 28: Jack Vanlightly (@vanlightly) wrote about Maintaining Long-Lived Connections with AMQProxy and about Publishing Throughput - Asynchronous vs Synchronous.
May 28: Tomas Henriquez (@Hassek85) published about how he sets up RabbitMQ clusters to scale, noting using the consistent hash plugin and mirrored queues .
May 29: Denis Setianto published How to Install RabbitMQ Server on Ubuntu 18.04 & 16.04 LTS.
6 June 2019, online: Boosting Microservice Performance with Messaging and Spring.
4 November 2019: London: RabbitMQ Summit 2019.
On-demand, online: LearnFly: Learn RabbitMQ Asynchronous Messaging with Java and Spring.
On-demand, online: Udemy: RabbitMQ: Messaging with Java, Spring Boot And Spring MVC.
Written by: Michael Klishin