RabbitMQ Messaging With Java (Spring Boot) From Zero To Hero

RabbitMQ Messaging With Java (Spring Boot) From Zero To Hero. AMQP, Queue, Exchange, Highly Availability, Clustering, Shovel, Federation, Binding, Asynchronous Messaging, Fanout. In this course, we will learn every detail of RabbitMQ from A to Z. To learn it, we will use the Spring Boot project. First of all, we will start with the meaning of it so we will start with basic things. 

Requirements

  • Only a computer and basic java knowledge

Description

Hi there,

In this course, we will learn every details of RabbitMQ from A to Z. To learn it, we will use Spring Boot project. First of all, we will start with meaning of it so we will start with basic things. And we will go on step by step with its details…  Maybe the most important thing about this course, we will learn some practical features of RabbitMQ like Highly Availability, Policies that you couldn’t find enough resource on internet…

Here is the some basic topics in this course that will be learned:

  1. Queue
  2. Exchange
  3. Binding
  4. Producer
  5. Consumer
  6. Routing Key
  7. Policies
  8. Federation Upstream
  9. Clustering With Docker
  10. Queue Arguments/Features
  11. Highly Availability
  12. Exception Handling
  13. Retry Mechanism
  14. Max Priority
  15. Mirroring
  16. AMQP Default
  17. Virtual Host
  18. Connection vs Channel

In this course, we will work with multiple nodes via Docker. So we will also learn basic Docker commands about RabbitMQ.

Why do we need RabbitMQ?

– Messaging queue… We will see the details of it.

Should we choose rabbitmq over apache-kafka?

– It depends… We will see the details of it.

Is Spring-Boot the right framework to work with rabbitmq? Do we really need it?

– Absolutely. It provides many functionalists and flexibility…

Are there disadvantages of rabbitmq over apache-kafka?

– It depends… We will see the details of it.

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To implement all rabbitmq steps, we will create a spring boot project. Our project will include model view controller structure. Of course, one of our aim is to create readable projects at the end of the day.

Who this course is for:

  • All developer curious about Messaging Queue

Source: https://www.udemy.com/course/rabbitmq-messaging-with-java-spring-boot-from-zero-to-hero/

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