RabbitMQ Improvements to My Organization

Robert Herrick
Director - Information Technology at a transportation company with 51-200 employees
Our software has evolved dramatically over the past 18 months of development. Major modifications to business logic have been handled easily. This is because each operation that the software performs has been atomic. That was then wired up with other operations via RabbitMQ exchanges/queues, View full review »
Senior Software Specialist at a security firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
With RabbitMQ cluster servicing micro-services, we don't have any downtime and we don't lose any data. We can update and/or upgrade the micro-services without downtime. View full review »
Mustafa İleri
Principal Software Engineer at a tech company with 501-1,000 employees
I have used this solution for changing stock of products in an e-commerce project. We update the stock of products from RabbitMQ. Some of our clients can change the stock of a product, i.e., either increase or decrease it. They send the stock count to RabbitMQ as a message and our e-commerce platform changes the stock when it gets the message. Consequently, we update the database, cache, search engine service and so on. There are too many advantages of using this solution. You can scale your processes and update your data in a nearly synchronous way. View full review »
Keith Sohl
Senior Developer/Architect at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
We have been able to set up a messaging system that facilitates data integration between the software modules that we sell. RabbitMQ allowed us to do this quickly so that we could focus on the business requirements, rather than divert our efforts to message broker implementations. Once the architecture was proven, we were able to return to the RabbitMQ message layer in order to implement an HA cluster with a minimum of problems encountered. Our business now has a fit-for-purpose information hub that we can apply across our systems. As the customer-base grows, we know that the hub can grow with it. View full review »
Julien Hayotte
Software architect & back-end engineer at a tech services company
I introduced RabbitMQ to my company to bring about more scalability and redirect asynchronous tasks outside of the frontal web servers. * Scalability was provided by the possibility to add on workers behind RabbitMQ. Asynchronous is the keyword for the message broker. * I started to split our monolith website and remove all the heavy processes from our web servers. * Dispatching the workload correctly helped to increase the response time. * The frontal web server must focus on replying and not on doing reports/PDFs. You must have a dedicated server for this. * The solution is written in Erlang. Erlang was built for telecommunication systems. One of its assets is that it can upgrade a service in production without downtime. That’s a good point! View full review »
Mid Level Software Engineer at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
It made our system more scalable, resilient and easy to maintain. View full review »
Graduate Teaching Assistant at a university with 1,001-5,000 employees
This tool made our research process easier and allowed our administration (monitoring) process to happen at the same time. We created different queues for different use cases of the same streaming data. View full review »
Van Nguyen
Senior Software Engineer at a hospitality company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Applying message queues in general has helped my company, BuzzNumber, to scale easily with the load. View full review »
Software Engineer with 1,001-5,000 employees
RabbitMQ allows for asynchronous solutions where previously everything was synchronous. View full review »
Development Lead - Java/Hybris with 10,001+ employees
My company runs on high availability. It is known for high accuracy in its items that are being shipped. To do this, drivers/vendors who are shipping these items have to send their location details frequently to the server to update their current location. It all depends on accuracy. Based on this, the end user can plan to receive shipping items on his end. We wanted a JMS tool that can create 'queues' on the fly and pass messages from one system to another. View full review »
Boris Levin
Head of Data & Infrastructure at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
We're using this as our central messaging bus. It drives our micro-service architecture. View full review »
VP of Software at a manufacturing company with 11-50 employees
This allowed us to create a resilient network and independently scale various parts of the system dynamically as the business needs changed. View full review »
Research Assistant at a university with 1,001-5,000 employees
We are using it to distribute pieces of some large jobs to multiple machines, which improves performance several times. View full review »
Solutions Architect at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
It provides us with a much better scale. We have never lost a single message with RabbitMQ. The shared RabbitMQ Cluster has improved stability and maintainability of each application. We only have one message bus now. View full review »
Software Engineer at a marketing services firm with 51-200 employees
We use it as our main microservices connection queue. View full review »
Jay Sardhara
Full Stack Developer Intern at a tech vendor with 1,001-5,000 employees
We had a project where we had huge responses to APIs from the front-end and had to handle such large responses/requests without losing any of them. RabbitMQ efficiently handled this problem by providing message queuing and decoupling our front end and back end. View full review »
Software Engineer at a tech vendor with 1,001-5,000 employees
It allows for asynchronous development and horizontal scalability. View full review »
Todd Outten
Founder Partner and CTO at Rogue Startup
It allows developers to focus on application functionality without having to re-invent interprocess communication, which is difficult. I also allows us to develop smaller, more efficient, and less complex subcomponents of a larger application. View full review »
Nikola Tzaprev
Head of Cloud Platform Development at a tech vendor with 501-1,000 employees
RabbitMQ helped us build a database synchronization framework that allowed us to transfer our clients data to our cloud based data processing centers. View full review »
President, Applications and Security Architect at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
We are now able to leverage real time applications and event driven architecture. View full review »
Shashidhar Kondra
Technical Manager with 501-1,000 employees
Legacy queuing systems have been replaced by RabbitMQ. The performance has been increased to a great extent. View full review »
Ray Collins
IT Manager at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
RabbitMQ will help to remove a lot of the complexities and create a loosely coupled codebase. View full review »

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