Last week, we published the new RabbitMQ Simulator. I’m pleased to see how well it has been received by customers, with several very large scale RabbitMQ customers already incorporating it into their training and testing regimens. VMware employees in the field have been enjoying getting familiar with the tool as well and are using it to advance their own and their customer’s understanding of how RabbitMQ works and how to best design a messaging architecture. One sales engineer, Chris DeLashmutt even wrote a blog this week describing how to deploy the new RabbitMQ Simulator on Cloud Foundry.
For users new to RabbitMQ, certainly testing this out on Cloud Foundry can be a huge accelerator, as you can get your instance up and running for free in just a matter of minutes. Below is a summary of Chris’ instructions to deploy this simulator on Cloud Foundry, but also, if you want to shortcut the entire process, he invites you to access his deployed instance at http://rabbitmq-sim.cloudfoundry.com. Continue reading