RabbitMQ ships in a state where it can be used straight away in simple cases - just start the server and it’s ready to go. If you have more complex needs you may need to adjust your server configuration.
- How to configure RabbitMQ: configuration files and environment variables.
- Configuring RabbitMQ to accept SSL connections.
RabbitMQ ships with:
- The management plugin: a web UI and HTTP API for managing and monitoring RabbitMQ. See its HTTP API documentation and its command line interface, rabbitmqadmin.
- rabbitmqctl: a simpler command line tool for managing RabbitMQ.
- The different ways to run RabbitMQ in a distributed environment.
- How to achieve reliable message delivery.
- How to set up a RabbitMQ cluster.
- Configuring a RabbitMQ cluster to use active-active highly available queues.
- Configuring a pair of RabbitMQ brokers in an active-passive highly available configuration (legacy).
- Documentation on how RabbitMQ manages memory.
- The Firehose - trace messages as they pass through your RabbitMQ server.