With more than 35,000 production deployments of RabbitMQ world-wide at small startups and large enterprises, RabbitMQ is the most popular open source message broker. RabbitMQ is used at companies like:
RabbitMQ is lightweight and easy to deploy on premise and in the cloud. It supports multiple messaging protocols. RabbitMQ can be deployed in distributed and federated configurations to meet high-scale, high-availability requirements.
RabbitMQ runs on many operating systems and cloud environments, and provides a wide range of developer tools for most popular languages.
Supports multiple messaging protocols, message queuing, delivery acknowledgement, flexible routing to queues, multiple exchange types.
Deploy as load balanced clusters for high availability and throughput; federate across multiple availability zones and regions.
Pluggable authentication, authorization, supports TLS and LDAP. Lightweight and easy to deploy in public and private clouds.
Diverse array of tools and plugins supporting continuous integration, operational metrics, and integration to other enterprise systems. Flexible plug-in approach for extending RabbitMQ functionality.
HTTP-API, command line tool, and UI for managing and monitoring RabbitMQ.
Pivotal Software produces a commercial distribution called Pivotal RabbitMQ, as well as a version that integrates natively with Pivotal Cloud Foundry. These distributions include all of the features of the open source version, with RabbitMQ for Pivotal Cloud Foundry providing some additional management features. Support agreements are part of the commercial licensing.
The following companies provide free, virtual, or instructor-led support and/or cloud hosting of open source RabbitMQ: Pivotal Software, CloudAMQP, Google Cloud Platform. RabbitMQ can also be deployed in AWS and Microsoft Azure.
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