RabbitMQ monitoring + alerting
It is now possible to set up alerts to monitor your RabbitMQ queues for any server that is using our server monitoring service, Server Density. In a case of eating our own dog food, this feature was necessitated by our recent conversion to RabbitMQ. More on that in a future post.
This feature is available to all trial and paid users. You can choose to monitor total RabbitMQ connections or consumers, messages, messages unacknowledged, messages uncommitted, or memory of your queues.
It requires installation of the rabbitmq-status plugin, which you can find out more about in our documentation. You will also have to install our latest monitoring agent, version 1.5.0. See the docs for details about updating.
Please let us know if you have any other questions.
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