Chapter 11. Supercharging and securing your Rabbit

 

This chapter covers

  • Exchange, queue, and bindings memory footprint
  • Message durability and disk I/O
  • SSL connections with RabbitMQ
  • Setting up a private key infrastructure

 

In previous chapters you’ve seen how to design your architectures around messaging. You’ve seen many ways for implementing several messaging patterns using the various AMQP building blocks like exchanges, queues, and bindings. Depending on the problem at hand, you chose a particular combination of those items to bring about a solution. If you needed to distribute logs across many machines, you followed a pub-sub pattern using topic or fanout exchanges; if you needed point-topoint communication, then you use direct exchanges, ...

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