RabbitMQ Exchange Types

RabbitMQ Exchange Types, Bindings and Routing Keys

1 year ago codedestine 0
Exchanges are message routing agents, which are defined per virtual host within the rabbitMQ system. When program/application (Known as Producer) connect to RabbitMQ server to publish a message, it first sends the message to an exchange. After receiving a message, exchange routes them to different message queues with help of header attributes, bindings, and routing keys. It should be noted that messages Read More

RabbitMQ – Headers Exchange

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Headers Exchange :- A headers exchange is an exchange which route messages to queues based on message header values instead of routing key. Producer adds some values in a form of key-value pair in message header and sends it to headers exchange. After receiving a message, exchange try to match all or any (based on the value of Read More

RabbitMQ – Topic Exchange

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Topic Exchange :- A topic exchange is an exchange which route messages to queues based on the wildcard match between routing key and routing pattern specified during the binding of the queue. Producer adds routing key in message header and sends it to topic exchange. After receiving a message, exchange try to match the routing key with the binding routing pattern of Read More

RabbitMQ – Direct Exchange

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Direct Exchange :- A direct exchange is an exchange which route messages to queues based on message routing key. The routing key is a message attribute in the message header added by the producer.Producer adds routing key in message header and sends it to direct exchange. After receiving a message, exchange try to match the routing key with the binding Read More

RabbitMQ – Fanout Exchange

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Fanout Exchange :- A fanout exchange is an exchange which routes the received message to all the queues bound to it. When the producer sends the message to fanout exchange, it copies the message and routes to all the queues that are bound to it. It just ignores the routing key or any pattern matching provided Read More