RabbitMQ: Learn all MessageQueue concepts and administration

Use RabbitMQ for asynchronous Messaging to decouple your systems for easy scalable systems with examples in Python & C#

Ever asked yourself how to decouple your systems without the least amount of friction?
Or did you ask yourself how to scale a distributed system?

What you’ll learn

  • Learn why RabbitMQ exists and what problems it solves.
  • Setup a RabbitMQ Server.
  • Learn the different routing mechanisms.
  • Understand RabbitMQ architecture.
  • Messaging Patterns with RabbitMQ.
  • High availability with RabbitMQ.
  • Learn Authentication and Access Control in RabbitMQ.
  • Logging & Monitoring.
  • Clustering with RabbitMQ.

Course Content

  • Introduction –> 8 lectures • 32min.
  • RabbitMQ Server basics –> 10 lectures • 36min.
  • Closer Look at Message Flow in RabbitMQ –> 11 lectures • 47min.
  • RabbitMQ management –> 10 lectures • 37min.
  • Optimize the RabbitMQ for UseCase scenarios –> 8 lectures • 33min.
  • Logging and Monitoring the RabbitMQ –> 5 lectures • 19min.
  • Bonus – Use cases and special cases –> 9 lectures • 32min.
  • Example Application with RabbitMQ, dotnet core and Python –> 8 lectures • 35min.

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  • Interest in Programming.
  • Basic understanding of programming languages helps with the examples: Python or .Net.
  • Basic IT concepts.
  • Interest in learning distributed Systems design and practices.

Ever asked yourself how to decouple your systems without the least amount of friction?
Or did you ask yourself how to scale a distributed system?

Or are you tired of changing your code over and over again, just because your boss or sales wants this or that little tiny extra feature?

Then learn decoupling by asynchronous messaging with the message broker RabbitMQ in this online course.

This course will not only cover which benefits this technology offers but also shows you of what you can use it for.
With that out of the way, it dives right into the following topics

  1. RabbitMQ Entities and Message Flow
    1. Exchanges
    2. Queues
    3. Binding, Declare and Queue Properties
  2. RabbitMQ Access Control
    1. Virtual Hosts
    2. Users and Permissions
    3. Authentication and Authorization
  3. Management of the RabbitMQ server
    1. Setup in Docker container
    2. Configure the server for your needs
    3. Different means of configuration
  4. Clustering
    1. Why and How
    2. For High Availability
    3. Throughput
  5. Logging and Monitoring
    1. Logging with Built in mechanisms
    2. Monitoring with clients and built in mechanisms

To follow this course, basic programming knowledge is advised, best with Python and/or .Net (C#). Taking this course should also be done with understanding of basic software and application knowledge.

The course itself is most appropriate if you identify as one of the following groups

  • Anyone who needs to learn RabbitMQ (obv is obv)
  • Software engineer / developer in distributed systems
  • DevOps engineers
  • IT professionals that manage a RabbitMQ Server instance

In general as a developer it is a good idea to learn about a Message Broker, simply because this is a way to easily decouple your applications and make them more maintanable, extendable and failure proof.


To become a more competent developer, advance your career and learn about an extremely well implemented system which is RabbitMQ,


and get access to life long updates for RabbitMQ, with support from a Freelance DevOps engineer that has implemented multiple systems with this broker.

Also remember the 30 days refund, so there is nothing to loose for you really.


Enjoy the course and becoming a better engineer and developer.


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