RabbitMQ 3.1.0 is now available for immediate download.
Announced this morning on the new Pivotal blog, where RabbitMQ now resides, this version includes enhancements to garbage collection, consumption, requeuing, memory use, and dead lettering.
For those on Mac OS X, there is a newly packaged, standalone release of RabbitMQ that doesn’t require a separate Erlang install.
Some key, new capabilities include eager synchronisation of mirror queue slaves, automatic cluster partition healing, and improved statistics (including charts) in the management plugin. There are also many enhancements and bug fixes to the server, Java client, Erlang client, and a number of other plugins, including federation, old-federation, shovel, Web-STOMP, STOMP, and MQTT plugins, as well as the consistent hash exchange.
RabbitMQ’s blog post on the topic shares screenshots of several new features like the ones for new charts and filters below: