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Rabbit MQ in Depth by Gavin Roy

 
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[img]http://www.manning.com/roy/roy_cover150.jpg[/img]
[size=10]Image from Manning.com[/size]
Publisher: Manning Publishing

[size=18][b]Summary[/b][/size]
[quote=Manning] Any large application needs an efficient way to handle the constant messages passing between components in the system. Billed as "messaging that just works," the RabbitMQ message broker initially appeals to developers because it's lightweight, easy to set up, and low maintenance. They stick with it, though, because it's powerful, fast, and up to nearly anything you can throw at it. This book takes you beyond the basics and explores the challenges of clustering and distributing messages across enterprise-level data-centers using RabbitMQ. RabbitMQ in Depth is a practical guide to building and maintaining message-based systems. This book covers detailed architectural and operational use of RabbitMQ with an emphasis on not just how it works but why it works the way it does. You'll find examples and detailed explanations of everything from low-level communication to integration with third-party systems. You'll also find the insights you need to make core architectural choices and develop procedures for effective operational management.[/quote]
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[size=18][b]From the publisher[/b][/size]
[list][url=http://www.manning.com/roy/]Table of Contents[/url][/list] [list][url=http://www.manning.com/roy/RabbitMQinD_meap_ch1.pdf]Sample Chapter[/url][/list] [size=18][b]Where to get it?[/b][/size]

[list][url=http://www.manning.com/roy/]Manning[/url][/list]
[size=18][b]Related Threads[/b][/size]
[list][url=http://www.coderanch.com/t/650144/open-source/Depth-Action]Gavin explains the difference between Manning's "In Depth" vs "In Action" series[/url][/list] [list][url=http://www.coderanch.com/t/650164/open-source/RabbitMQ-Depth-starting-point]Gavin on the target audience[/url][/list] [list][url=http://www.coderanch.com/t/650147/open-source/RabbitMQ-Depth-versions-big-data]Gavin on Rabbit MQ version numbers[/url][/list]
[size=18][b]Related Websites[/b][/size]
[list][url=https://www.rabbitmq.com]RabbitMQ[/url][/list]

 
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