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Application messaging
What is RabbitMQ?
RabbitMQ is an open source message broker and queueing server that can be used to let
disparate applicat...
Agenda
1.  Brief history of RabbitMQ
2.  Common use cases for RabbitMQ
3.  RabbitMQ in Microservices Architectures
4.  Roa...
Agenda
1.  Brief history of RabbitMQ
2.  Common use cases for RabbitMQ
3.  RabbitMQ in Microservices Architectures
4.  Roa...
AMQP spec and Erlang language are key to RabbitMQ’s DNA
RabbitMQ Was First Released 10 Years Ago
2004 AMQP
standard
define...
RabbitMQ is the most widely used & deployed open source message queue
10 Years of Serving Developers
Frequently searched f...
Decoupling applications through messaging is a growing need
RabbitMQ Adoption Continues to Climb
Consistently
increasing
j...
Agenda
1.  Brief history of RabbitMQ
2.  Common use cases for RabbitMQ
3.  RabbitMQ in Microservices Architectures
4.  Roa...
Typical application messaging patterns deployed by developers
Common Use Cases for RabbitMQ
●  Decouple apps via async ser...
Application messaging focused for developers
What Makes RabbitMQ Unique
●  Open standard protocol
●  Open source license
●...
All major operating systems, clouds, and programming languages are supported
Common Ways to Consume RabbitMQ
More than 100...
Agenda
1.  Brief history of RabbitMQ
2.  Common use cases for RabbitMQ
3.  RabbitMQ in Microservices Architectures
4.  Roa...
RabbitMQ Domain-Specific Messaging Fits Cloud-Native Approach
Decoupled Messaging Becomes MSA Requirement
Designed for eas...
Message Brokers in Microservices Architecture
Example MSA Scenario Implemented with RabbitMQ
Agenda
1.  Brief history of RabbitMQ
2.  Common use cases for RabbitMQ
3.  RabbitMQ in Microservices Architectures
4.  Roa...
2016 Review
Improvements in Internal Processes
●  Ongoing Staff investments
●  CI - Pivotal Tracker, Concourse
●  Erlang C...
Three main themes in vision
RabbitMQ Development Direction
●  Operability
○  Admin ease of use (non-developer)
○  Safety P...
Enablement and empowerment of administrators
Operability
In 3.5.x, 3.6
●  Lazy Queues
●  Tunable Flow Control
●  Event Exc...
Stability and performance in extreme environments
Scalability
In 3.5.x, 3.6
●  Faster Sync of mirrors - batched
●  Reduced...
Expansion and support of programming languages and tools
Client, protocol, and plugin ecosystem
In 3.5.x, 3.6, 3.7
●  WebS...
Two avenues to obtain RabbitMQ from Pivotal
Commercial Support for RabbitMQ from Pivotal
Pivotal App Suite
●  Sold via pro...
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10 years ago, RabbitMQ was first released to open source. Since that time, RabbitMQ has grown to become the most widely deployed open source message broker.

Whether you’re familiar with RabbitMQ or just learning, you’ll want to tune into this webinar with Daniel Carwin, development manager for the RabbitMQ team. Learn about the latest capabilities of RabbitMQ, and hear the future vision of how it will evolve to meet tomorrow’s application needs.

We’ll cover the following:
- Brief history of RabbitMQ
- Core design principles and how they help today’s applications
- Common use cases and patterns
- Your questions answered

Latest features of RabbitMQ:
- Messaging
- Language support
- Distributed deployment
- Enterprise & cloud support
- Management and monitoring
- Future vision and roadmap for RabbitMQ

Presenters: Daniel Carwin, RabbitMQ Development Lead, Pivotal & Greg Chase, Pivotal

Watch the webinar: https://content.pivotal.io/webinars/rabbitmq-whats-new-and-changing-after-10-years-of-application-messaging?utm_source=pivotal-brighttalk&utm_medium=webinar-link&utm_campaign=10-years-of-rabbitmq_q117

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RabbitMQ: What’s New & Changing after 10 Years of Application Messaging?

  1. 1. RabbitMQ: What’s New & Changing after 10 Years of Application messaging
  2. 2. What is RabbitMQ? RabbitMQ is an open source message broker and queueing server that can be used to let disparate applications share data via a common protocol, or to simply queue jobs for processing by distributed workers.
  3. 3. Agenda 1.  Brief history of RabbitMQ 2.  Common use cases for RabbitMQ 3.  RabbitMQ in Microservices Architectures 4.  Roadmap
  4. 4. Agenda 1.  Brief history of RabbitMQ 2.  Common use cases for RabbitMQ 3.  RabbitMQ in Microservices Architectures 4.  Roadmap
  5. 5. AMQP spec and Erlang language are key to RabbitMQ’s DNA RabbitMQ Was First Released 10 Years Ago 2004 AMQP standard defined 2006 First version RabbitMQ 2007 Rabbit Technologies founded 2010 Acquisition by VMWare 2013 Becomes part of Pivotal Software 2014 First release on Cloud Foundry 2017 10th Anniversary of first OSS release
  6. 6. RabbitMQ is the most widely used & deployed open source message queue 10 Years of Serving Developers Frequently searched for... Frequently visited...
  7. 7. Decoupling applications through messaging is a growing need RabbitMQ Adoption Continues to Climb Consistently increasing job market... 76% YOY increase in downloads Established user community...
  8. 8. Agenda 1.  Brief history of RabbitMQ 2.  Common use cases for RabbitMQ 3.  RabbitMQ in Microservices Architectures 4.  Roadmap
  9. 9. Typical application messaging patterns deployed by developers Common Use Cases for RabbitMQ ●  Decouple apps via async services ○  Use queues as buffers ○  Scale app components individually ○  Enable microservices - RMQ is small/light enough ●  Routing and distributing ●  Load balancing ●  Cross language barriers using AMQP standard protocol
  10. 10. Application messaging focused for developers What Makes RabbitMQ Unique ●  Open standard protocol ●  Open source license ●  Language independent ●  Authentication (e.g. LDAP) ●  Authorisation ●  Massive client ecosystem ●  Get started quickly ●  Grow organically ●  Suited to cloud deployment
  11. 11. All major operating systems, clouds, and programming languages are supported Common Ways to Consume RabbitMQ More than 100 clients, integrations, & plugins from the RabbitMQ community
  12. 12. Agenda 1.  Brief history of RabbitMQ 2.  Common use cases for RabbitMQ 3.  RabbitMQ in Microservices Architectures 4.  Roadmap
  13. 13. RabbitMQ Domain-Specific Messaging Fits Cloud-Native Approach Decoupled Messaging Becomes MSA Requirement Designed for easy adoption by developers ●  For asynchronous enterprise integration patterns. ●  When service buses are too heavy weight. ●  Decouples related applications Fits microservice architecture needs ●  Highly-distributed nature eschews centralized integration. ●  Integration and communication channels must be decoupled. ●  Developers can choose the best messaging ●  RabbitMQ ease of adoption shines for many (but not all) patterns.
  14. 14. Message Brokers in Microservices Architecture
  15. 15. Example MSA Scenario Implemented with RabbitMQ
  16. 16. Agenda 1.  Brief history of RabbitMQ 2.  Common use cases for RabbitMQ 3.  RabbitMQ in Microservices Architectures 4.  Roadmap
  17. 17. 2016 Review Improvements in Internal Processes ●  Ongoing Staff investments ●  CI - Pivotal Tracker, Concourse ●  Erlang Common Test ●  EUnit ●  Wider distribution ○  GitHub, Bintray, Package Cloud ○  More ways to consume RMQ ●  Wider automated testing ○  Ubuntu, Debian, CentOS, Fedora ○  More client libs for protocols ●  Client version decoupling ●  Ongoing community participation
  18. 18. Three main themes in vision RabbitMQ Development Direction ●  Operability ○  Admin ease of use (non-developer) ○  Safety Policies ○  Security and compliance ●  Scalability ○  RabbitMQ as a service ○  Large clusters ○  Predictable behavior and failure modes ●  Expansion and support of programming languages and tools ○  Deeper into core languages and Spring ○  Quality support for community clients
  19. 19. Enablement and empowerment of administrators Operability In 3.5.x, 3.6 ●  Lazy Queues ●  Tunable Flow Control ●  Event Exchange (devops) In 3.7 ●  New config format (non-Erlang) ●  New CLI tools (Elixir) ●  Clustering ○  Pluggable peer discovery ○  Easy restarts ●  Simplified/flexible logging In 3.7 (continued) ●  Operator policies & limits ○  Connections, channels, queues ●  TLS/x509 Cert Trust Store ●  OAuth 2 and OpenID Connect ●  Proxy protocol support ●  Autocluster improvements 3.8 and beyond ●  Toxic message handling ●  Pure IPv6 support ●  Mixed version clusters (downtime)
  20. 20. Stability and performance in extreme environments Scalability In 3.5.x, 3.6 ●  Faster Sync of mirrors - batched ●  Reduced RAM usage ●  LDAP connection pooling ●  Sharding In 3.7 ●  Mgmt Plugin refactor ○  Distributed ○  Parallelized ●  Increased automated testing (internal) ●  Long-running test environments (internal) ●  Refactor vs new feature balance weighting 3.8 and beyond ●  Message Store: write-ahead ●  StatsDB: disk storage ●  RAFT-based consensus for queue mirrors ●  Reduce dependency on Erlang Mnesia DB
  21. 21. Expansion and support of programming languages and tools Client, protocol, and plugin ecosystem In 3.5.x, 3.6, 3.7 ●  WebSTOMP ●  WebMQTT ●  JMS Client ○  Donated by Pivotal ○  Integrated into RMQ core (JMS Topic Exch) ●  Major Java client update ○  Logging and metrics ○  Spring - cross development ■  Reactor - NIO support ■  Spring Boot - client metrics ■  Spring AMQP - new config options ●  Major .NET client update ○  .NET Core support ○  Async / await ●  New iOS and MacOS client 3.8 and beyond ●  AMQP 1.0 improvements ○  New AMQP 1.0 client ○  Cross-protocol Shovel ○  Cross-protocol Federation ●  MQTT improvements
  22. 22. Two avenues to obtain RabbitMQ from Pivotal Commercial Support for RabbitMQ from Pivotal Pivotal App Suite ●  Sold via processor core equivalent ●  Includes option to use OSS or Pivotal-branded versions ●  Pivotal Premier Support (24x7) ●  Full OSS support ●  Developer support also available RabbitMQ for Pivotal Cloud Foundry ●  Sold via service instance (cluster) ●  Provided with PCF Services Suite ●  Shared cluster today, dedicated instances coming ●  Includes support to run outside PCF as well is within PCF as an automated service

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