Docker & Container Runtimes

Setting up a RabbitMQ container using Rancher

RabbitMQ is a messaging broker that transports messages between data producers and data consumers. Data producers can be just about any application, host, or device that emits data that needs to be consumed by other applications for aggregation, processing, or analysis.

RabbitMQ is easy to set up, use, and maintain. It can be scaled to handle large numbers of messages between many different data producers and consumers in a variety of application use cases.

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Rancher provides a container platform that eases managing clusters of container-based applications. It works natively with Kubernetes, Mesos, and Docker Swarm, as well as its own container orchestration and scheduling tool, which is called Cattle.

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In this article, we are going to discuss setting up a simple RabbitMQ installation in a container using Rancher Server. Connecting to the RabbitMQ management interface, as well as sending and receiving your first message, will be covered.

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