What’s New in RabbitMQ 3.8?

May 22, 2019
Recent releases of RabbitMQ have made the most popular open-source message broker even more rock solid. The team has made it easier to deploy and easier to operate from Day 2 on. As a de facto standard for message-based architectures, this is great news for teams building microservices and other distributed applications. But let’s face it: not everyone is running the latest version and taking advantage of these new stability and operational features. Now the next major version (3.8) is shipping and it has some breakthrough features for reliability and scaling. Are you ready? Join Pivotal’s Michael Klishin and Karl Nilsson, RabbitMQ Software Engineers, as they share what’s new in RabbitMQ 3.8. You’ll learn: ● How making RabbitMQ persistent and fault tolerant is evolving from mirrored queues to quorum queues ● What mixed-version clusters are and how they simplify upgrades ● How RabbitMQ 3.8 continues to make deploying and operating RabbitMQ easier ● What’s available in terms of OAuth 2.0 support, monitoring improvements, and more ● What features are in development for future versions and minor releases Speakers: Michael Klishin, RabbitMQ Software Engineer Karl Nilsson, RabbitMQ Software Engineer
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