[rabbitmq-discuss] RabbitMQ reliance on Java Virtual Machine

Alexis Richardson alexis at rabbitmq.com
Mon Jun 24 07:42:09 BST 2013


Rabbit does not rely on Java and there are no plans to change this.
There are JVM based clients of course, but those are not required for
.NET-only use cases.

I'll leave the security qn for someone else to answer.


On Mon, Jun 24, 2013 at 6:41 AM, Brendan Fry <bfry at fryhard.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> With the help of the guys at MassTransit Project we have created a system
> that leverages the power of RabbitMQ to create an ESB in our staging
> environment. We are now in the processes of final testing and have hit a
> small snag.
> One of the key decision makers in the company is worried about deploying
> RabbitMQ onto our production servers due to its reliance on Erlang and
> possible reliance on Java. (we are a predominantly Microsoft house).
> So my questions are twofold.
> Does RabbitMQ rely on Java?
> With VMWare's purchase of RabbitMQ are there future plans to only ship a
> vFabric like version of RabbitMQ that would require Java or are the plans to
> remain Java free for the forseable future?
> What security risks (if any) are there when running Erlang and RabbitMQ on a
> Windows server
> Thanks in advance for the help.
> Brendan
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