Developing your own web applications to monitor RabbitMQ

In this recipe we'll show you how to create a custom web application to monitor the RabbitMQ logs. In order to check the logs, you can bind a queue to the amq.rabbitmq.log exchange, as we will see in Chapter 12, Managing RabbitMQ Error Conditions, with much more details.

You can find the source code for this recipe in Chapter03/Recipe08.

Getting ready

In order to understand this example, we will make use of the following:

  • Spring
  • Apache Tomcat
  • Apache Maven
  • WebSocket
  • Query/HTML5/Twitter Bootstrap

We recommend the Spring tool suite. You will need Internet access for the Maven, bootstrap, and jQuery includes.

How to do it…

Perform the following steps to create a custom web application to monitor the RabbitMQ ...

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