Overview of Message Queues [slides]

May 23, 2017

Yesterday I gave a talk that went through all the aspects of using messages queues. I’ve previously written that “you probably don’t need a message queue” – now the conclusion is a bit more nuanced, but I still stand by the simplicity argument. The talk goes through the various benefits and use cases of using […]

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Getting Notified About RabbitMQ Cluster Partitioning

April 6, 2015

If you are running RabbitMQ in a cluster, it is not unlikely that the cluster gets partitioned (part of the cluster losing connection to the rest). The basic commands to show the status and configure the behaviour is explained in the linked page above. And when partitioning happens, you want to first be notified about […]

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RabbitMQ in Multiple AWS Availability Zones

July 17, 2014

When working with AWS, in order to have a highly-available setup, once must have instances in more than one availability zone (AZ ≈ data center). If one AZ dies (which may happen), your application should continue serving requests. It’s simple to setup your application nodes in multiple AZ (if they are properly written to be […]

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