RabbitMQ: Consumers Under the Hood

RabbitMQ is one of the most widely deployed message brokers available, and with good reason. It is a versatile tool that can be used as a message bus, a router for microservices, a message bus, and it can integrated into legacy systems. And, because it’s written in Erlang, it’s extremely scalable.

In this webinar Ayanda Dube, our Head of RabbitMQ Engineering, discusses and explains how message consumption works in RabbitMQ.

What you need to know about consumers.

In AMQP, consumers are pivotal to the optimal performance of client applications. We look at how consumer subscription works, message delivery and more works in RabbitMQ. By learning how these concepts work, you’ll be in a better position to know how to efficiently use them for your applications.

Meet the speaker

Ayanda Dube is head of RabbitMQ Engineering at Erlang Solutions. His wealth of knowledge makes him one of the most sought after members of the community for training and conference talks. Twitter: https://twitter.com/dube_aya

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