RabbitMQ with .NET Training Course


RabbitMQ is an open source enterprise messaging broker for storing and retrieving messages passed by processes, applications, and servers. It uses a message queue for processing tasks asynchronously and is especially useful in applications that need to process large data sets in the background, while concurrently responding to live user requests in real-time.

In this instructor-led, live training, participants will learn how to install, configure and administer RabbitMQ, then integrate RabbitMQ messaging into a number of sample .NET applications.

By the end of this training, participants will be able to:

  • Setup, configure and manage RabbitMQ.
  • Understand RabbitQ’s role in the design and implementation of a microservices architecture.
  • Understand how RabbitMQ compares to other Message Queuing Architectures.
  • Set up and use RabbitMQ as a broker for handling asynchronous and synchronous messages for real-world enterprise .Net applications.

Format of the course

  • Part lecture, part discussion, exercises and heavy hands-on practice


  • Experience with .Net Framework and C# programming
  • An understanding of enterprise application development concepts


  • Developers
  • Software architects
  • Administrators
  • Technical managers

Course Outline


  • RabbitMQ vs Windows’ default queue technology (MSMQ)

Understanding Microservices (micro services) and Message Queuing

Overview of Messaging Protocols: REST, SOAP and AMQP

How RabbitMQ Implements AMQP to Enable Loose Coupling Among Services

Setting up the Development Environment

Installing and Configuring RabbitMQ for C# Applications

Overview of the RabbitMQ .NET client API

Connecting to RabbitMQ

Writing Two Simple Sender and Receiver Applications in C#

Performing Common RabbitMQ Operations with the .Net client

Writing the Queuing Code

  • Sending, Receiving and Queuing messages

Writing Queues Via the Administration UI and PowerShell

Integrating RabbitMQ into an Existing Enterprise .Net Application

Routing with Topics Exchange vs Direct Exchange

Setting Up and Managing a RabbitMQ Cluster

Implementing Failover and Replication

Tools and Techniques for Administering RabbitMQ

Managing RabbitMQ via a REST API

Performance Tuning RabbitMQ

Monitoring and securing RabbitMQ

Troubleshooting RabbitMQ

Summary and Conclusion

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