In the previous post, I described what a cluster is and how to setup a RabbitMQ cluster on Raspberry Pi with a few Zero W’s. I’ve built a 5 node cluster, with one master and 4 followers. But this is not enough, I’d like my cluster to be accessible from a single location, it doesn’t really matter which node my applications connect to, since I would work only with HA or Quorum queues. For the latter, a new blog post is coming up where I’ll go through exhaustive details on these queues, their pros, cons and usage examples.Continue reading
In this blog post I will show you how to build and configure a 5-node Raspberry Pi cluster and use RabbitMQ’s clustering capabilities on the above to scale the message broker horizontally.