You can configure an already deployed RabbitMQ host as part of the automated installation and configuration process.
For test or development environments, you can create a RabbitMQ container as part of the automated installation process.
If you use a RabbitMQ cluster, you should install and configure the cluster before installing and configuring the vCloud Availability solution. For more information about installing RabbitMQ servers and configuring a RabbitMQ cluster, see Installing and Configuring RabbitMQ Servers. If you are using a RabbitMQ cluster as part of the vCloud Availability solution, enter the load balancer virtual IP address in the registry file entry.
Update the property values according to your environment.
Registry Entry for an Existing RabbitMQ Server
amqp amqp.0 address amqp-address port 5671 user admin password vmware vhost / exchange systemExchange
Registry Entry for the Deployment of a RabbitMQ Container
amqp amqp.1 placement-docker docker-name port 5671 user admin password vmware vhost / exchange systemExchange