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RabbitMQ in Depth by Gavin M. Roy

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Chapter 10. Database integrations

This chapter covers

  • Publishing AMQP messages from PostgreSQL
  • Making RabbitMQ listen to PostgreSQL notifications
  • Using the InfluxDB storage exchange to store messages

Using RabbitMQ to decouple write operations against OLTP databases is a common way to achieve great data warehousing and event-stream processing techniques. When you publish messages with serialized data that will be written to the database, a simple consumer application can act as the bridge between events and your database. But it’s possible to skip the consumer step altogether and use a RabbitMQ plugin, such as the InfluxDB storage exchange, and automatically store messages in your database, directly from RabbitMQ.

The integration of RabbitMQ ...

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