There's a virtual switchboard at the heart of most large applications,
where millions of messages and requests need to be routed to and from
the servers, programs, and services that make up the system.
RabbitMQ is an efficient, highly scalable, and easy-to-deploy queue
that makes handling this message traffic virtually effortless. Offered
under an open source license and language neutral, RabbitMQ
integrates seamlessly into applications written in written in C++, Java,
Python, Erlang, and other standard languages.
RabbitMQ in Action is a fast-paced run through building and
managing scalable applications using the RabbitMQ messaging server.
It starts by explaining how message queuing works, its history and how
RabbitMQ fits in. Then it shows real-world examples developers can
apply to their own scalability and interoperability challenges.
First and only complete guide to RabbitMQF
Packed with real-world examplesF
Covers common messaging design patterns
is a developer and architect specializing in MQ-based
applications. He speaks about RabbitMQ at conferences throughout Asia,
Europe, and the US.
Jason J. W. Williams is CTO of DigiTar, a messaging service provider
where he directs design and development, including using RabbitMQ for
real-time analysis operations since 2008.