How to Share a RabbitMQ for PCF Service Instance

March 12, 2018
In this video, Matt McNeeney demonstrates how to share a RabbitMQ for PCF service instance on the Pivotal Application Service. This is useful when application developers want to share RabbitMQ instances so that they can publish and receive messages across different microservices. Application developers can now share service instances with other orgs and spaces, allowing apps in different orgs and spaces across a foundation to bind to them. Service Instance Sharing is an “opt-in” feature (for both admins and service brokers) and is in beta.
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