Database as a Service for RabbitMQ
RabbitMQ is an open-source message queuing solution. It is a messaging broker that enables software applications to connect, send and receive messages, keep messages in a safe place until received and scale.
Serverless RabbitMQ cluster
Easily spin up a RabbitMQ cluster and only pay for the resources you consume. Benefit from automatic patching and upgrading of your RabbitMQ clusters. Effortlessly scale replicas and compute when demand requires. Northflank completely automates your database management including logs, metrics, backups and restores in a container based deployment.
As things start to scale, select from a range of plans starting at $2.21 per month.
RabbitMQ versions supported: 3.9.13
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RabbitMQ on Northflank
Ready for scale
Horizontal and vertical scaling with replicas and increased compute capacity.
Backups and restores
Create, import, and delete backups, as well as restore your database from an existing backup.
Observe and Monitor
Observe your database in real-time with log tailing and performance metrics.
Pause and resume
Pause and restart your running RabbitMQ database at any time enabling experiments and dev databases.
Secure private network, enable public load-balancing and connect locally with Northflank CLI proxy.
TLS and secure connection
Connect your workloads to RabbitMQ securely with TLS and generated connection details.
RabbitMQ use cases
- Message queuing
- Delivery of notifications
- File transcoding
- Search engine indexing
- Video encoding
- Images scaling
Supported RabbitMQ versions
RabbitMQ Docker Images
Pull RabbitMQ Docker Image locally
docker pull rabbitmq
Connect to RabbitMQ locally with Northflank CLI
sudo northflank forward addon --projectId --addonId
RabbitMQ Ports for AMQP, Stream, MGMT, STOMP, MQTT, HTTP
5672, 5671, 5552, 5551, 15674, 11883, 8883, 15675, 15672, 15671
Using rabbitmqadmin client to connect to remote RabbitMQ instance
rabbitmqadmin --host=hostname --port=port -s -u username -p password show overview
Northflank makes it easier for infrastructure and platform teams to focus on levelling up the developer experience for their teams building great apps.
Common RabbitMQ questions among developers and platform teams:
How to securely connect to a RabbitMQ database from developer workstations?
You can access a RabbitMQ database from your machine using the Northflank CLI. To forward a specific database or storage: <code>sudo northflank forward addon --projectId [project-name] --addonId [addon-name]</code> You can now access the database or storage locally.
How to set up an external connection outside of the cluster?
When creating an addon, under Networking you can choose “Publicly accessible”. Once the addon is created, you can make the addon publicly accessible from the Settings page. If “Publicly accessible” is selected, your addon will be given a public URL and will be accessible from the internet.
How to provision SSL and TLS for a database?
When creating an addon, under Networking you can choose “Deploy with TLS”. Once the addon is created, you can provision SSL and TLS from the Settings page by choosing “Deploy with TLS”. If “Deploy with TLS” is selected, a Let’s Encrypt TLS certificate will be provisioned for your addon, allowing secure communication between the addon and your services/jobs within this project.
How to connect workloads with secure RabbitMQ connection details and secrets?
To add secure connection details and secrets, create a new secret group. It will store the environment variables and build arguments, which can be added manually or be inherited from the database.
How to scale a RabbitMQ deployment with more replicas or resources?
When creating an addon, under resources you can choose the compute plan (memory and virtual CPU), storage and replicas. Once the addon is created, under resources you will always be able to change these to adapt to your needs.
How to backup a RabbitMQ cluster?
On the backups page you can create, import, and delete backups of your RabbitMQ cluster.
How to restore a RabbitMQ cluster?
You can restore your database from an existing backup from the backups page. This page will display a list of backups and each entry will have a Restore button you can use to restore from that selected backup. The backup will be scheduled and executed shortly.
How to import from another RabbitMQ cluster?
You can import a backup from multiple sources: URL, file upload, and connection string. When importing from a URL or file upload, Northflank will treat it as clear text, unless the file ends in.gz, then Northflank will attempt to unzip it. When importing from a connection string, it should contain the relevant credentials and parameters. Northflank will create a dump from the source database which you can then restore from.
How to fork a RabbitMQ cluster?
To fork a RabbitMQ cluster, you can create a backup of an existing RabbitMQ addon from the backups page and create a new addon using this backup.
RabbitMQ on Kubernetes with Northflank
Deploying RabbitMQ onto Kubernetes can be difficult to bootstrap, operate and scale. Your current options may involve manually rolling RabbitMQ Helm charts, YAML, statefulsets, replicasets, services, persistent volumes, ingress, Horizontal Pod Autoscaling (HPAs), Pod Disruption Budgets (PDBs), prometheus metrics, certificates and logging.
Northflank offers a comprehensive stateful workload solution. Run a highly scalable and performant RabbitMQ database in your AWS, GCP and Azure accounts using Kubernetes and Northflank’s platform.
RabbitMQ DBaaS or RabbitMQ in your cloud
Automate your RabbitMQ hosting and management using a real-time UI and developer friendly CLI & API. Deploy, monitor, backup, and scale with Northflank cloud or on your cloud account.