RabbitMQ – Work Queues

In this post we will experiment with a work queue using the RabbitMQ middleware software on a Windows 10 machine. After we cover the basics, we will integrate RabbitMQ with Docker and a group of microservices. It is extremely important to read and experiment until all the concepts are clearly understood.

With that said, let’s talk about work queues. In this example we will create a Work Queue that will be used to distribute time-consuming tasks among multiple workers. I have been experimenting with one, two and three worker threads. Continue reading “RabbitMQ – Work Queues”

RabbitMQ – Hello World

Good morning. In this post we will explore RabbitMQ by Pivotal. RabbitMQ is a message broker. Message brokers are considered middleware. Applications subscribe to a queue to send and receive messages. Another queue broker I have used in products is MSMQ from Microsoft. In this post we will only experiment with RabbitMQ. You may decide to use message queues to communicate between microservices. Continue reading “RabbitMQ – Hello World”