[rabbitmq-discuss] One Producer, Many Consumers, Many physical nodes

Michael Bridgen mikeb at rabbitmq.com
Thu Jan 12 15:12:26 GMT 2012

On 01/12/2012 03:05 PM, Bell, Paul M. wrote:
> All,
> I am new to Rabbit and am trying to understand how best to deploy it in
> a given system.
> I envision a single producer writing to a single queue, and multiple
> consumers pulling from this single queue. The wrinkle here is that these
> consumers can be on different physical computers.
> Can this be done with Rabbit and, if so, can someone explain the several
> approaches to it?

Yes, many clients is what RabbitMQ is designed for. The queue is hosted 
at the server and the clients interact with it over the network.

You may wish to run through the tutorials at


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