RabbitMQ is an increasingly popular open source, fast message broker written using Erlang and built on the Open Telecom Platform framework. It implements the Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP) for exchanging data between processes, applications, and servers. It’s particularly enticing because it is extensible via plug-in support, supports many protocols, and offers high performance, reliability, clustering, and highly available queues.You can create queues in RabbitMQ by writing code, via the administration user interface, or through PowerShell.RabbitMQ terms
When working with RabbitMQ, you should be aware of two terms:To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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