Posts tagged 'new-features'

Simplifying rolling upgrades between minor versions with feature flags

April 23, 2019 by Jean-Sébastien Pédron

In this post we will cover feature flags, a new subsystem in RabbitMQ 3.8. Feature flags will allow a rolling cluster upgrade to the next minor version, without requiring all nodes to be stopped before upgrading.


New Configuration Format in RabbitMQ 3.7

February 22, 2018 by Michael Klishin

In this post we’ll cover a new configuration format available in RabbitMQ 3.7.0.


Peer Discovery Subsystem in RabbitMQ 3.7

February 18, 2018 by Michael Klishin

In this blog post we’re going to take a closer look at a new subsystem introduced in RabbitMQ 3.7.0.


Growing Up

August 27, 2010 by Alexis Richardson

Some three and a half years after we launched RabbitMQ, we have this week released RabbitMQ 2.0.

This means some big changes.  The most important of these is our new Scalable Storage Engine.  RabbitMQ has always provided persistence for failure recovery.  But now, you can happily push data into Rabbit regardless of how much data is already stored, and you don’t need to worry about slow consumers disrupting processing.  As the demands on your application grow, Rabbit can scale with you, in a stable, reliable way.

Before introducing RabbitMQ 2.0, let me reiterate that as Rabbit evolves you can count on the same high level of commitment to you as a customer or end user, regardless of whether you are a large enterprise, or a next-gen start-up, or an open source community.  As always, get in touch if you need help or commercial support.


RabbitMQ and AMQP 0-9-1

August 4, 2010 by Simon MacMullen

Since the beginning, RabbitMQ has implemented the 0-8 version of the AMQP specification. This was the first publicly-available version, but there’s been plenty of development since then. In particular, we’ve wanted to support the 0-9-1 version of AMQP for a while now.