Today the anynines data service team is proud to introduce the beta of the anynines RabbitMQ for Pivotal Cloud Foundry tile. With RabbitMQ we deliver a powerful message broker that enables your applications to communicate with each other. RabbitMQ is Open Source software and implements the Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP).
Based on the Open Telecom Platform it provides a good clustering and failover. With its great flexibility RabbitMQ let’s you decide on how communication takes place. Whether you want publish or subscribe, asynchronous processing or work queues, everything is supported and set up in a breeze of time.
What the anynines RabbitMQ for Pivotal Cloud Foundry tile can do for you
The anynines RabbitMQ tile for Pivotal Cloud Foundry allows Pivotal Cloud Foundry users to provision fully configured RabbitMQ instances on demand. BOSH is used to provision RabbitMQ server instances in a reliable, repeatable way on every infrastructure Cloud Foundry can be deployed to. Each instance runs on a dedicated VM, which has the advantage of clearly defined networking, disk, CPU and I/O resources. Choosing different service plans results in different RabbitMQ instances, that vary in performance.
Where can I download the Redis tile?
You can find the RabbitMQ tile in the Pivotal Network at
Further documentation is also available in the Pivotal Network at
For further information feel free to contact us. Note that we also support customers to get their proof of concept installation running.
For the next RabbitMQ tile for Pivotal Cloud Foundry release we have planned the following features:
- Automatic Cloud Foundry security groups update: While the a9s service guard is already available for Open Source
- Cloud Foundry setups: this component has not been part of the a9s RabbitMQ tile for Pivotal Cloud Foundry yet.
- Automatic backup of all service instances: This feature is also available for Open Source Cloud Foundry setups. In the next major release it will also be included in the a9s RabbitMQ tile.