VMware RabbitMQ Valuable Features

Keith Sohl
Senior Developer/Architect at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
RabbitMQ is a solid, widely-used messaging system with a low cost-of-ownership. It is open, but with commercial support potentially available from Pivotal if required. (We have never needed it.) There is also a strong online user community. One crucial feature was guaranteed messaging. We needed a solution that we could trust to not lose data. Its built-in clustering capability allowed us to configure it as a highly available message broker, so that we can have confidence in the resilience of our architecture. It can be scaled as well, although we have not tested this. After almost two years' usage in our production environment, I am impressed by how stable the platform is - even when running on Windows Server 2012. Sure, we have had to tweak our set-up here and there as we have learned a few operational lessons along the way but overall it is very good. View full review »
TomaszSobota
Java Programmer at Netcompany
The solution has really cool features to use. Its management console is excellent. You can utilize plugins to view the performance of the whole service on one network. It's wonderful. I really like it. View full review »
Jack Angoe
CEO at INTERFACE FINANCIAL TECHNOLOGIES LTD
The security is great. The interface is nothing special. The support hasn't been that great. You need to go online yourself, to the developer community for support. But apart from that, I think it's fairly secured, quite robust, and stable so far. View full review »
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Mark Ray-Smith
Head of Engineering at Contineo
* Out-of-the-box setup and configuration * Great documentation and support from Pivotal * Very useful management console View full review »
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