RabbitMQ is one of the most widely deployed open source message brokers. It is an implementation of the Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP) and Streaming Text Oriented Messaging Protocol, Message Queueing Telemetry transport and other protocols via a plugin.
- Install ErlangRabbitMQ needs Erlang before we start installing Rabbit MQ package,so let’s install Erlang first.
- Install Rabbit MQ Server
After installing, let’s check the service is running or not and enable to start on boot.
Let’s enable service to start on boot.
- Enable Management Dashboard for RabbitMQFor easy management, let’s enable Web dashboard for RabbitMQ.
- Let’s check the Rabbit MQ dashboard is working and will create an Admin user for login.Here username is “adminUser” and password “adminPassword” kindly replace these values while executing.
Open the Dashboard URL through below URL.
Now you will be able to login with a credential which we have created.
- How to delete the user and change the user password in Rabbit MQDelete User
Change RabbitMQ user password
List the User permission
RabbitMQ setup for standalone instance has been done and configured. Visit the below link for CLuster setup of RabbitMQ.
How to setup RabbitMQ Cluster on Ubuntu 18.04
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