What RabbitMQ Stream Can Do for Your Spring Applications
RabbitMQ has always been a first-class citizen in the Spring ecosystem, and integration has been even faster and deeper in the past few years. This effort keeps going with a major new feature in RabbitMQ streams. Very different from the traditional queue model, RabbitMQ streams model a log-type data structure. They unlock scenarios that might have been tedious to implement in the old days of RabbitMQ: large fan-outs, replay/time traveling, large logs, very high throughput with a new blazing-fast protocol. For which use cases? How in my Spring applications? Best practices? This session covers it all.