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a| TK5102.5 b| .A93 2015
a| Ayanoglu, Emrah, e| author.
a| Mastering RabbitMQ : b| master the art of developing message-based applications with RabbitMQ / c| Emrah Ayanoglu, Yusuf Aytaş, Dotan Nahum.
a| 1st edition
a| Birmingham : b| Packt Publishing, c| 2015.
a| 1 online resource (286 p.)
a| text 2| rdacontent
a| computer 2| rdamedia
a| online resource 2| rdacarrier
a| text file
a| Community experience distilled
a| Cover; Copyright; Credits; About the Authors; About the Reviewers; www.PacktPub.com; Table of Contents; Preface; Chapter 1: Getting Started; Chapter 2: Configuring RabbitMQ; Chapter 3: Architecture and Messaging; Chapter 4: Clustering and High Availability; Chapter 5: Plugins and Plugin Development; Chapter 6: Managing Your RabbitMQ Server; Chapter 7: Monitoring; Chapter 8: Security in RabbitMQ; Chapter 9: Java RabbitMQ Client Programming; Chapter 10: Ruby Client Programming; Chapter 11: Python Client Programming; Index; Message brokers and message queue
a| An introduction to the advanced message queue protocolAn overview of RabbitMQ; Installation of RabbitMQ; Starting RabbitMQ; Summary; Overall configuration of RabbitMQ; The RabbitMQ environment variables; The configuration file; Runtime parameters; Summary; Messaging and its use cases; Enterprise messaging; Messaging-related software architectures; Messaging concepts; Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP); Summary; High reliability in RabbitMQ; Plugin management and default plugins; Plugin configuration; Custom plugin development; Summary; Management via a command line
a| Management via a web pluginManagement via a REST API; Summary; RabbitMQ command-line tools; Web plugins; Nagios; Munin; Zabbix; Summary; An brief introduction to security in RabbitMQ; Applying access control; Providing SASL authentication; SSL support in RabbitMQ; Summary; Case study; Application language - Java; RabbitMQ Java client API; Case study - client implementations; Spring framework and RabbitMQ; Spring AMQP; Summary; Case study; Bunny and Ruby; Installing Ruby; Using Bunny; Exploring the AMQP model with Bunny; The real-time processing; Sneakers; Summary; Case study; Pika
a| Introducing the web scraperImplementing the scheduler; Implementing the scraper; Handling failure; Using acknowledgement; The Pika API; Celery; Summary; Message brokers; Message Queues; Windows; Mac OS X; Ubuntu; Fedora; Amazon elastic compute cloud (EC2); Starting RabbitMQ on Windows; Other OSes (Linux, Mac OS X); Common environment variables; Unix-specific default location; Windows-specific default location; Parameter management; Policy management; Memory management; Coupling of the software systems; Message oriented middleware - Architecture; Event-driven architecture; Message producers
a| Message brokersMessage consumers; Messages; AMQ elements; Functional specifications of AMQP; Federation in RabbitMQ; Clustering in RabbitMQ; Creating clusters; Checking the cluster status; Changing the cluster node types; Updating cluster nodes; Clustering the settings of RabbitMQ; Load balancing for high availability of queues; Summary; Enabling and disabling plugins; Installing plugin from third-party sources; Default plugin list; Basics of Erlang; Simple RabbitMQ metronome plugin; Cluster commands; User commands; Virtual host and permission commands; Miscellaneous commands; Vulnerabilities
a| Solutions to the vulnerabilities
a| Includes index.
a| Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (ebrary, viewed July 5, 2016).
a| Master the art of developing message-based applications with RabbitMQ About This Book Learn how to administer, manage, and extend your own message broker, RabbitMQ Develop clients to make a message bridge between your software systems using RabbitMQ Discover how to achieve proficiency with RabbitMQ with the well-defined descriptions of the topics Who This Book Is For If you are an intermediate-level RabbitMQ developer, who wants to achieve professional-level expertise in the subject, this book is for you. You'll also need to have a decent understanding of message queuing. What You Will Learn Administer RabbitMQ using different tools Understand the roots and details of messaging, message brokers, and AMQP protocol Scale the RabbitMQ server using the clusters and high availability techniques Extend RabbitMQ by developing the Erlang OTP-based applications that use the RabbitMQ API Manage the RabbitMQ server using its powerful tools Monitor the RabbitMQ Server using different open source tools such as Nagios, Munin, and Zabbix Ensure your RabbitMQ's security using SSL, SASL, and access control Develop RabbitMQ clients using Java, Python, and C# with an industry example In Detail RabbitMQ is one of the most powerful Open Source message broker software, which is widely used in tech companies such as Mozilla, VMware, Google, AT&T, and so on. RabbitMQ gives you lots of fantastic and easy-to-manage functionalities to control and manage the messaging facility with lots of community support. As scalability is one of our major modern problems, messaging with RabbitMQ is the main part of the solution to this problem. This book explains and demonstrates the RabbitMQ server in a detailed way. It provides you with lots of real-world examples and advanced solutions to tackle the scalability issues. You'll begin your journey with the installation and configuration of the RabbitMQ server, while also being given specific details pertaining to the subject. Next, you'll study the major problems that our server faces, including scalability and high availability, and try to get the solutions for both of these issues by using the RabbitMQ mechanisms. Following on from this, you'll get to design and develop your own plugins using the Erlang language and RabbitMQ's internal API. This knowledge will help you to start with the management and monitoring of the messages, tools, and applications. You'll also gain an understanding of the security and integrity of the messagin...
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a| Electronic books.
a| Aytaş, Yusuf, e| author.
a| Nahum, Dotan, e| author.
a| Community experience distilled.