I'm British So I Know How to Queue
Last updated on 2014-11-19
About the Book
Learn how to use RabbitMQ to seperate back end processing from user facing UI's, react to incoming events from remote 3rd party systems & increase system performance by splitting individual steps in a sequence into individual processes with PHP.
The book starts with a very simple publisher-subscriber queue and goes on to describe techniques for handling large volumes of messages using multiple consumers, running those processes in the background and how to start and stop them gracefully.
You'll learn all about the different types of exhanges the problems they are good at solving as well as examples of real world problems solved using RabbitMQ & PHP.
This package grants you 5 licenses for the book so each member of your team can have their own copy. For other team sizes, please get in touch.
- Who is this book for.
- Who is this book NOT for?
- Typographic Conventions.
- Key Benefits
- Please help improve this book.
- About the author.
- About the cover
Why Bother Queueing?
- A short history of message queues.
- What can a message queue do?
- Some real-world examples.
- Development environment.
- PHP - duh!
Creating your first consumer
- Run some code
- What’s going on?
Using Symfony’s Console Component
- How to specify the queue on the command line.
Stopping the consumer
- Catching the signal.
- Adding a stop command
More than 1 consumer - For really busy queues.
- Changes to PidHelper
- Add Consumer Limits
- Starting new consumers.
- Multiple queues in action.
- Busy consumers means busy producers.
Other ways to configure RabbitMQ.
- Routing using Topics
- Fan Out Routing.
- Dead Letter Exchanges.
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