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Daily Dose - RabbitMQ 2.0 Upgrades to AMQP 0.9.1

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Daily Dose - RabbitMQ 2.0 Upgrades to AMQP 0.9.1

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The RabbitMQ messaging system, which was recently be acquired by VMware's SpringSource, has reached version 2.0.  The AMQP-based system has a new persister that's only bound by disk capacity and a server that optimizes memory usage - giving RabbitMQ more consistent performance and faster startup.  2.0 now implements version 0.9.1 of the AMQP specification.

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