Archive for July, 2020

This Month in RabbitMQ, June 2020 Recap

Thursday, July 30th, 2020

This month in RabbitMQ features the release of the RabbitMQ Cluster Kubernetes Operator, benchmarks and cluster sizing case studies by Jack Vanlightly (@vanlightly), and a write up of RabbitMQ cluster migration by Tobias Schoknecht (@tobischo), plus lots of other tutorials by our vibrant community!

Project Updates

Community Writings and Resources

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Disaster Recovery and High Availability 101

Tuesday, July 7th, 2020

In this post I am going to cover perhaps the most commonly asked question I have received regarding RabbitMQ in the enterprise.

How can I make RabbitMQ highly available and what architectures/practices are recommended for disaster recovery?
RabbitMQ offers features to support high availability and disaster recovery but before we dive straight in I’d like to prepare the ground a little. First I want to go over Business Continuity Planning and frame our requirements in those terms. From there we need to set some expectations about what is possible. There are fundamental laws such as the speed of light and the CAP theorem which both have serious impacts on what kind of DR/HA solution we decide to go with.

Finally we’ll look at the RabbitMQ features available to us and their pros/cons.