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- Editor: Manning Publications; Edición: 1 (4 de mayo de 2012)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1935182978
- ISBN-13: 978-1935182979
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RabbitMQ in Action is a fast-paced run through building and managing scalable applications using the RabbitMQ messaging server. It starts by explaining how message queuing works, its history, and how RabbitMQ fits in. Then it shows you real-world examples you can apply to your own scalability and interoperability challenges.About the Technology
There's a virtual switchboard at the core of most large applications where messages race between servers, programs, and services. RabbitMQ is an efficient and easy-to-deploy queue that handles this message traffic effortlessly in all situations, from web startups to massive enterprise systems.About the Book
RabbitMQ in Action teaches you to build and manage scalable applications in multiple languages using the RabbitMQ messaging server. It's a snap to get started. You'll learn how message queuing works and how RabbitMQ fits in. Then, you'll explore practical scalability and interoperability issues through many examples. By the end, you'll know how to make Rabbit run like a well-oiled machine in a 24 x 7 x 365 environment.
Written for developers familiar with Python, PHP, Java, .NET, or any other modern programming language. No RabbitMQ experience required.
Purchase of the print book comes with an offer of a free PDF, ePub, and Kindle eBook from Manning. Also available is all code from the book.What's Inside
- Learn fundamental messaging design patterns
- Use patterns for on-demand scalability
- Glue a PHP frontend to a backend written in anything
- Implement a PubSub-alerting service in 30 minutes flat
- Configure RabbitMQ's built-in clustering
- Monitor, manage, extend, and tune RabbitMQ
Table of Contents
- Pulling RabbitMQ out of the hat
- Understanding messaging
- Running and administering Rabbit
- Solving problems with Rabbit: coding and patterns
- Clustering and dealing with failure
- Writing code that survives failure
- Warrens and Shovels: failover and replication
- Administering RabbitMQ from the Web
- Controlling Rabbit with the REST API
- Monitoring: Houston, we have a problem
- Supercharging and securing your Rabbit
- Smart Rabbits: extending RabbitMQ
Biografía del autor
Alvaro Videla is a developer and architect specializing in MQ-based applications. He speaks about RabbitMQ at conferences throughout Asia, Europe, and the US.
Jason J. W. Williams is CTO of DigiTar, a messaging service provider where he directs design and development, including using RabbitMQ for real-time analysis operations since 2008.
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Now I have really good understanding of RabbitMQ in very short period (2 days) thanks to this amazing book.
There are a lot of python examples (there are in PHP etc as well) and as Python programmer (and was evaluating pika) I couldn't appreciate more.
I recommend this book to anyone who wants to learn RabbitMQ (especially in python client)
Even if RabbitMQ has evolved, this book is more about concepts and patterns in messaging architecture than strictly using RabbitMQ.
I highly recommend it.
You're unfamiliar with RabbitMQ.
AMQP is new to you.
You like Python (most code samples written in it).
Need a decent RabbitMQ reference guide.
I'd say for myself it was a bit of mix of those things (except for the Python point). For the most part this book serves as a quick reference guide for myself.
Lastly, the version used in this book is RabbitMQ 2.7.x, however RabbitMQ 3.3.x is out now, and 3.x had some big changes. For the most part, I would say it didn't affect things much.