Articles in rabbitmq

Try RabbitMQ in October, Get a T-Shirt

We're big fans of RabbitMQ: not only is it a popular option on Compose, it's a core part of the Compose infrastructure. As we just updated to RabbitMQ 3.6.5, we thought it'd be a good time to celebrate so this month we're giving away free Compose Rab…

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Getting Connected with RabbitMQ and Elasticsearch

The latest enhancement to Compose makes your life simpler and more secure with the introduction of TLS/SSL certificates backed and verified by Let's Encrypt. We've initially rolled out this new certificate scheme for users of RabbitMQ and Elasticsear…

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Arriving now on Compose - Let's Encrypt TLS Certificates

TL;DR: Compose Elasticsearch and RabbitMQ deployments are being offered an upgrade to easier, more reliable Let's Encrypt security certificate-backed connections. We've just begun rolling out a new way of securing your connections to Compose database…

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Flying Donut – Making the Most of Compose

Flying Donut has created a simple and intuitive agile collaboration and project tracking tool running on Compose MongoDB and RabbitMQ. Founded in 2012, Flying Donut was born from the frustration that Ioannis Tzikas, Dimitrios Souflis, Pinelopi Kouler…

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The Potency of Idempotent with RabbitMQ and MongoDB Upsert

Designing with possible failure in mind is a good strategy when building with distributed systems. The cloud is a distributed system. Latency, network failures, service end points changing and such are to be expected. If you don't expect them, well,…

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Compose: Now available on IBM Bluemix

The power of IBM's Bluemix cloud platform is now able to seamlessly harness Compose's databases, making Compose-configured MongoDB, PostgreSQL, Redis, RethinkDB, Elasticsearch, RabbitMQ and etcd available to Bluemix users and their applications. The…

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Compose NewsBits: RethinkDB, MariaDB, pgAdmin, MongoDB, RabbitMQ, NetBeans and more

Compose NewsBits for the week ending October 7th - RethinkDB Inc is closing, MariaDB to offer MyRocks/RocksDB, pgAdmin 4 1.0 released, MongoDB troubles, RabbitMQ at Compose, NetBeans lands at Apache, Noto Fonts are five years old and how to present y…

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Compose RabbitMQ now out of beta

Today, we're pleased to announce that Compose RabbitMQ is generally available to all Compose users for all their messaging needs. To celebrate RabbitMQ's arrival as the sixth fully supported Compose option – following in the footsteps on MongoDB, Ela…

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Making the Most of Compose – C2G Consulting

This is an article in our ongoing series on how Compose customers are building apps with multiple persistent data stores. C2G Consulting is a technology company headquartered on Victoria Island in Lagos, Nigeria. Providing consulting and development…

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Deploying the Metrics Collector Microservice on Compose

Building your infrastructure the "microservices way" is to avoid establishing large monolithic codebases that eventually become difficult to maintain. A microservice is simply a small app that does one task very well. With a small set of requirement…

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