Down the RabbitMQ Hole

31 July 2017
7:30 PM to 9:00 PM BST
Rob Fox
Rob is specialized in system integration. His main focus is the Microsoft stack, like BizTalk Server, .Net and Microsoft Azure. Rob also recently worked with RabbitMQ and some Kafka. With the concept of micro services (re-)emerging, all these products are getting more and more important. Read More

It didn’t come as a total surprise that Microsoft was going to stop its support for Service Bus for Windows Server. But now we’re left in a void when it comes to on-premises queueing. Where MSMQ isn’t really an alternative, RabbitMQ does seem to be. It might even have always been the better alternative for on-premises queuing anyway. This talk is meant to get people introduced to RabbitMQ and its capabilities. What is RabbitMQ, how does it work, and how is it different from Service Bus for Windows Server? Those are just a couple of questions I’ll try to answer during this session.


for future events

Back to Top