RabbitMQ

Software applications can be connected and scaled using message queues. They make it possible for asynchronous communication to happen between two systems that have different throughputs. RabbitMQ is a message queue software (message broker/queue manager) that acts as an intermediary platform where different applications can send and receive messages. Message queues decouple applications which makes it…

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More and more technologies get involved as systems grow, and it’s sometimes hard to keep track of what’s doing what. Caching layers, message queues, serverless functions, tracing frameworks… the list goes on.  Once you start sprinkling in public cloud services, you may find yourself developing your way into vendor lock-in.  All of the sudden, you’re…

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Iron.io + Segment.io = Integration Goodness IronMQ has just been added as an endpoint for message queueing within Segment.io. Segment.io provides a single gateway that lets developers, marketers, and analysts pipe logs, metrics, user actions, and other key app data to hundreds of other applications and tools. The Segment.io API acts as a control for…

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