Are you new to Message brokers, Queue and messaging services ?
If you're a programmer or a DevOps engineer, this one's for you. 🤓
I've started a new series on RabbitMQ 📺
In the first video, we cover:
- How to run RabbitMQ
- What is a message queue
- What is asynchronous messaging
- What role RabbitMQ plays in microservice architectures
We also cover basic features, configurations and we finally write some code that produces a message and another application that consumes the message from the queue.
During this video, I showcase the entire process and provide you with source code on GitHub so you can follow along
Let's start with the basics of RabbitMQ:
Once we get the basics right, we'll learn how to run a RabbitMQ cluster in a highly available manner with replication and clustering
Now that we've learnt how to run RabbitMQ in HA, the best place to run containers would be on a platform like Kubernetes.
In this video we take everything we learned and see what it takes to get it running on Kubernetes.
This focuses on:
- The Statefulset
- Failover testing
- Replication testing
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