rabbitmq-connector - The connector enables a developer to trigger OpenFaaS functions using Routing Key from Rabbit MQ

  •        29

This project is an unofficial connector/trigger for OpenFaaS, which allows triggering deployed function from RabbitMQ. It leverages Routing keys for which OpenFaaS functions can be registered. More on the usage can be read here.




Related Projects

OpenFaaS - A serverless framework for Docker & Kubernetes

  •    Go

OpenFaaS (Functions as a Service) is a framework for building serverless functions with Docker which has first class support for metrics. Any process can be packaged as a function enabling you to consume a range of web events without repetitive boiler-plate coding.

faas-netes - Enable Kubernetes as a backend for OpenFaaS (Functions as a Service)

  •    Go

This is a plugin to enable Kubernetes as an OpenFaaS backend. The existing CLI and UI are fully compatible. It also opens up the possibility for other plugins to be built for orchestation frameworks such as Nomad, Mesos/Marathon or even a cloud-managed back-end such as Hyper.sh or Azure ACI.OpenFaaS is an event-driven serverless framework for containers. Any container for Windows or Linux can be leveraged as a serverless function. OpenFaaS is quick and easy to deploy (less than 60 secs) and lets you avoid writing boiler-plate code.



A PowerShell module to enable messaging against a Rabbit MQ server. Provides deeply integrated facilities for handling message queues and subscriptions using scripts. Enables PowerShell scripts to publish messages in Rabbit exchanges.

rabbitmq - Docker Official Image packaging for RabbitMQ

  •    Shell

This is the Git repo of the Docker "Official Image" for rabbitmq (not to be confused with any official rabbitmq image provided by rabbitmq upstream). See the Docker Hub page for the full readme on how to use this Docker image and for information regarding contributing and issues. The full description from Docker Hub is generated over in docker-library/docs, specifically in docker-library/docs/rabbitmq.

nodock - Docker Compose for Node projects with Node, MySQL, Redis, MongoDB, NGINX, Apache2, Memcached, Certbot and RabbitMQ images

  •    Shell

The docker Node.js image is very simple, you give it an entrypoint and it runs it. This is fine for very simple/small scripts but for larger projects you'll probably want something a bit more robust. The goal of NoDock is to provide a complete environment for your node project: Node.js service(s), databases, web servers, queues, etc. while doing the "wiring" for you.

acs-engine - Azure Container Service Engine - a place for community to collaborate and build the best open Docker container infrastructure for Azure

  •    Go

The Azure Container Service Engine (acs-engine) generates ARM (Azure Resource Manager) templates for Docker enabled clusters on Microsoft Azure with your choice of DC/OS, Kubernetes, Swarm Mode, or Swarm orchestrators. The input to the tool is a cluster definition. The cluster definition is very similar to (in many cases the same as) the ARM template syntax used to deploy a Microsoft Azure Container Service cluster.Execute make ci to run the checkin validation tests.



Burrow is a simple library created based on some EasyNetQ ideas, it's a thin wrapper of RabbitMQ.Client for .NET. Basically, if you just need to put your message or subscribe messages from RabbitMQ server, you found the right place. With Burrow.NET, you can easily customize al...

jackrabbit - Simple AMQP / RabbitMQ job queues for node based on amqplib

  •    Javascript

RabbitMQ in Node.js without hating life. Jackrabbit is designed for simplicity and an easy API. If you're an AMQP expert and want more power and flexibility, check out Rabbot.

php-dockerized - Dockerized PHP development stack: Nginx, MySQL, MongoDB, PHP-FPM, HHVM, Memcached, Redis, Elasticsearch and RabbitMQ

  •    PHP

That's it! You can now access your configured sites via the IP address of the Docker Machine or locally if you're running a Linux flavour and using Docker natively. Copyright © 2014-2016 Kasper Kronborg Isager. Licensed under the terms of the MIT license.

postgrest-starter-kit - Starter Kit and tooling for authoring REST API backends with PostgREST

  •    PLpgSQL

Base project and tooling for authoring REST API backends with PostgREST. PostgREST enables a different way of building data driven API backends. It does "one thing well" and that is to provide you with a REST api over your database, however to build a complex production system that does things like talk to 3rd party systems, sends emails, implements real time updates for browsers, write integration tests, implement authentication, you need additional components. For this reason, some developers either submit feature requests that are not the scope of PostgREST or think of it just as a prototyping utility and not a powerful/flexible production component with excellent performance. This repository aims to be a starting point for all PostgREST based projects and bring all components together under a well defined structure. We also provide tooling that will aid you with iterating on your project and tools/scripts to enable a build pipeline to push everything to production. There are quite a few components in the stack but you can safely comment out pg_amqp_bridge/rabbitmq (or even openresty) instances in docker-compose.yml if you don't need the features/functionality they provide.

Filemanager - An open-source file manager released under MIT license

  •    Javascript

FM is an open-source file manager released under MIT license. It is an alternative to elfinder or CKFinder. IMPORTANT: This package is DEPRECATED.

coworkers - A RabbitMQ Microservice Framework in Node.js

  •    Javascript

Coworkers is a new microservice framework heavily inspired by Koa, which aims to be a simple, robust, and scalable foundation for creating RabbitMQ microservices. Through leveraging generators Coworkers allows you to ditch callbacks and greatly increase error-handling. Coworkers also uses Amqplib, a battle-tested AMQP client, under the hood to communicate with RabbitMQ and has best-practices baked in. Finally, Coworkers enables easy scalability by running each queue-consumer in its own process through node clustering (optional). Note: amqplib is a peer dependency. This give you flexibility in using any compatible version you please. npm@^3 does not install peer dependencies automatically, so you will have to install amqplib yourself.

docker-alpine - Docker containers running Alpine Linux and s6 for process management

  •    Shell

Highly configurable Docker images running Alpine linux and s6 process management. Using Docker makes your infrastructure and environment consistent, testable, scalable and repeatable.

Rancher - Complete container management platform

  •    Go

Rancher is an open source project that provides a complete platform for operating Docker in production. It provides infrastructure services such as multi-host networking, global and local load balancing, and volume snapshots. It integrates native Docker management capabilities such as Docker Machine and Docker Swarm. It offers a rich user experience that enables devops admins to operate Docker in production at large scale.

rabbitmq-autocluster - This project is now maintained by the RabbitMQ Team, visit the official repo @

  •    Erlang

A RabbitMQ plugin that clusters nodes automatically using Consul, etcd2, DNS, AWS EC2 tags or AWS Autoscaling Groups for service discovery. Note: This plugin is not a replacement for first-hand knowledge of how to manually create a RabbitMQ cluster. If you run into issues using the plugin, you should try and manually create the cluster in the same environment as you are trying to use the plugin in. For information on how to cluster RabbitMQ manually, please see the RabbitMQ documentation.

Gloo - The Function Gateway built on top of Envoy

  •    Go

Gloo is a feature-rich, Kubernetes-native ingress controller, and next-generation API gateway. Gloo is exceptional in its function-level routing; its support for legacy apps, microservices and serverless; its discovery capabilities; its numerous features; and its tight integration with leading open-source projects. Gloo is uniquely designed to support hybrid applications, in which multiple technologies, architectures, protocols, and clouds can coexist.

kafka-connect-jdbc - Kafka Connect connector for JDBC-compatible databases

  •    Java

A Kafka Connect JDBC connector for copying data between databases and Kafka.

lyra - High availability RabbitMQ client

  •    Java

Dealing with failure is a fact of life in distributed systems. Lyra is a RabbitMQ client that embraces failure, helping you achieve high availability in your services by automatically recovering AMQP resources when unexpected failures occur. Lyra also supports automatic invocation retries, recovery related eventing, and exposes a simple, lightweight API built around the RabbitMQ Java client library.Please note that Lyra and RabbitMQ Java client's recovery feature are mutually exclusive and must not be used together. Note that RabbitMQ Java client 4.0 and later versions have automatic connection recovery enabled by default.

We have large collection of open source products. Follow the tags from Tag Cloud >>

Open source products are scattered around the web. Please provide information about the open source projects you own / you use. Add Projects.