This Month in RabbitMQ, February 2020 Recap
March 10, 2020
This Month in RabbitMQ — February 2020 Recap!
RabbitMQ Summit is coming again! This time, the gathering will be in Berlin on June 9 and the call for proposals (to speak at the event)
is open until March 22.
Mark your calendars, brush up on your Deutsch, and buy your tickets for the next chance to immerse yourself in all things RabbitMQ.
I’m sure there will be at least a couple of
RabbitMQ influencers there, too :) Project updates
Community Writings and Resources
1-2 Feb: Gabriele Santomaggio (@GSantomaggio) gave a talk on Debugging and Tracing a Production RabbitMQ node 2 Feb: Lovisa Johansson (@lillajja) wrote a post comparing RabbitMQ and Apache Kafka 2 Feb: Renjith P wrote a guide to Nest JS RabbitMQ microservices 6 Feb: Eran Stiller (@eranstiller) published the first part in his comparison series of RabbitMQ and Kafka 8 Feb: Oscar Oranagwa (@Oskarr3) wrote about using the RabbitMQ Source Connector to move messages between RabbitMQ and Kafka as part of a migration from a monolith to microservices 10 Feb: Zach Ruffin (@faintdeception) published about stream processing using .NET Core and RabbitMQ 10 Feb: Andrea Mandolo wrote about clustering RabbitMQ on ECS using EC2 autoscaling groups 11 Feb: Sushant Chaudhary published about asynchronous feature extraction for an artificial intelligence use case using RabbitMQ 12 Feb: Davide Guida (@DavideGuida82) wrote about implementing a producer/consumer with System.Threading.Channels 13 Feb: Annie Blomgren wrote about using Prometheus and Grafana with CloudAMQP, highlighting the new support in RabbitMQ 3.8 13 Feb: Tomas Kirda (@tkirda) wrote about messaging with RabbitMQ in Node.js 13 Feb:Mike Møller Nielsen (@MikeMoelNielsen) published a video about setting up RabbitMQ dead lettering 14: Mike Møller Nielsen (@MikeMoelNielsen) published a video about RabbitMQ dead lettering in Java 14: Davide Guida (@DavideGuida82) wrote a part 4 in his series about consuming message queues using .NET Core background workers 14: Todd Sharp (@recursivecodes) published a video about building a desktop glucose monitor with Node RED, RabbitMQ, Autonomous DB and the M5Stack 15: Naveed Khan (@naveed_125) wrote about background processing with RabbitMQ, Python, and Flask 15: Ömer Özkan wrote about different RabbitMQ retry topologies 16: Eran Stiller (@eranstiller) published the second part in his comparison series of RabbitMQ and Kafka 16: Saurabh Singh wrote about how to create a RabbitMQ cluster in Docker/AWS Linux 17: Artem Matveev published the first in a nine-part series on RabbitMQ, first focused on an introduction to Erlang and AMQP 0-9-1 (in Russian) 17: Saurabh Singh shared sample code for using RabbitMQ with .NET Core and ReactJS 18: Steven Nunez (@_StevenNunez) was a guest on the Elixir Mix podcast, talking about how FlatIron School uses RabbitMQ with Elixir 18: Gleb Zhukov published the first in a three part series on using RabbitMQ with MonsterMQ, staring with an intro to RabbitMQ (in Russian) 18: Sage Pierce wrote about how Expedia is now open sourcing Rhapsody, based on the Reactive Streams specification, and features integration with RabbitMQ 19: Artem Matveev published the second in a nine-part series on RabbitMQ, on understanding exchanges (in Russian) 20: Mohamad Fadhil (@sdil) wrote an introduction to message queues with RabbitMQ and Python 20: Lajos Gerecs published about what you need to know about Quorum Queues, the new way to run highly available queues in RabbitMQ 3.8 21: Robert Barnes (@devops_rob) presented about securing RabbitMQ with Vault, published by HashiCorp 24: JM Santos wrote about how he handles long processes using NestJS and RabbitMQ 26: Gleb Zhukov published the second in a three part series on using RabbitMQ with MonsterMQ, getting into setting up queues (in Russian) 27: Gerhard Lazu (@gerhardlazu) published another installment of TGIR, “Help! RabbitMQ ate my RAM!” 27: Alex Kruchkov (@kruchkov_alex) wrote about how AppsFlyer uses Apache AirFlow with RabbitMQ 28: Gleb Zhukov published the third in a three part series on using RabbitMQ with MonsterMQ, getting into exchanges (in Russian) 29: Eduard Stefanescu (@EdStefanescu) published about RabbitMQ producers with Docker in .NET 29: Saurabh Singh wrote about using SignalR and RabbitMQ with .NET Core ReactJS 29: Lovisa Johansson (@lillajja) published a case study about how FarmBot uses RabbtitMQ hosted by CloudAMQP Learn More
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