RabbitMQ 2.2.0 released
RabbitMQ, part of VMWare's SpringSource division, has released version 2.2.0 of its open source enterprise messaging system based on the AMQP specification. According to the developers, the latest version addresses a variety of bugs found in the previous release and introduces several enhancements.
RabbitMQ 2.2.0 features the addition of automatic upgrades of non-clustered brokers and per-queue message TTLs. Other changes include significant memory usage reductions for pending acknowledgements, as well as storing passwords as hashes, message routing performance improvements and fixes for multiple memory leaks. The developers advise all users of earlier versions to upgrade to the latest release.
More details about the release can be found in the official release announcement. RabbitMQ 2.2.0 is available to download for Debian, Ubuntu, SLES, Fedora and Windows and is licensed under the Mozilla Public Licence (MPL).
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