Work Queue System using RabbitMQ in GoLang. RabbitMQ Docker Golang. In this example, we’re going to use RabbitMQ with Go to create a very simple work queue system. Prerequisite: Docker Installed.
Work Queue System using RabbitMQ in GoLang. RabbitMQ Docker Golang In this example, we’re going to use RabbitMQ with Go to create a very simple work queue system. Prerequisite: Docker Installed.
RabbitMQ concepts: Producers & Consumers: A producer is someone who creates new messages. Consumers are who consume them. In our example, when a file upload happens, the HTTP handler produces a message for our workers to consume. The HTTP handler is the producer, the background workers are the consumers. Exchange and Queues: From the name, you can guess they are somehow related to message handling. Exchanges receive messages from producers and deliver them to queues. If you like this Video please do Like, Share and Subscribe. #RabbitMQ #golang #GolangRabbitMQ #golangTutorial #docker #golangDockerRabbitMQ
A Simple Example to Show How we can Containerizing the Go Application using Docker. Lets Build a Docker Container with Golang. It sounds complicated, but it really isn't.
Golang RabbitMQ using Docker. In this video we can see how to connect to RabbitMQ instance from a Go app using Docker. Lets Begin with Connecting to RabbitMQ instance.
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Connecting to RabbitMQ server from Golang with self-signing SSL certificates. We are going to create a Golang client to connect to our RabbitMQ server through TLS. For that, we will have to create self-signed SSL certificates and share those between the Golang application and the RabbitMQ server.
We are going to create a Docker container that will act as an executable to process some image files. We are going to use Go (Golang) to write an image processing program. For this, we would be working with Docker VOLUME, ENTRYPOINT, and other Dockerfile instructions.