The RabbitMQ Server implements a number of extensions of the
AMQP specification, which we
Confirms (aka Publisher
Acknowledgements) are a lightweight way to know when
RabbitMQ has taken responsibility for messages.
Blocked Connection Notifications
allows clients to be notified when a connection is blocked and unblocked.
Per-Queue Message TTL
determines how long an unconsumed message can live in a queue before
it is automatically deleted.
determines the TTL on a per-message basis.
Queue TTL determines how
long an unused queue can live before it is automatically
Dead Letter Exchanges ensure messages
get re-routed when they are rejected or expire.
allows the maximum length of a queue to be set.
support the AMQP message priority field (in a slightly
Authentication and Identity
AMQP 0-9-1 Spec Differences
Some features that were in AMQP 0-8 were deprecated in AMQP
0-9-1. We have undeprecated some of them and introduced a
couple of tiny behaviour changes that improve usability of
the product. Please refer to the spec differences page.