RabbitMQ ships in a state where it can be used straight away in simple cases such as development and QA environments - just start the server, enable the necessary plugins and it's ready to go.
This guide provides a table of contents of documentation oriented at RabbitMQ operators. For a complete documentation ToC that includes developer-oriented guides, see All Documentation Guides.
Operating Systems and Platforms
Authentication and authorisation:
Networking and TLS
Monitoring, Audit, Application Troubleshooting:
Replicated Queue Types, Streams, High Availability
- Quorum Queues: a modern highly available replicated queue type
- Streams: a messaging abstraction that allows for repeatable consumption
- RabbitMQ Stream plugin: the plugin and binary protocol behind RabbitMQ streams
Message Store and Resource Management
Queue and Consumer Features
STOMP, MQTT, WebSockets