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Securing a load-balanced API with Azure API Management and an Azure Virtual Network: Creating the services and networking

Posted by on Mar 21, 2015 in #Azure, Windows Server | 0 comments

[This is part 1 of 4 in this series about securing a load-balanced API hosted on Azure VMs with Azure API Management and an Azure Virtual Network. You’ll find the table of contents at the bottom of this post.] Azure API Management has been around for a little bit now, it comes with a ton of great features. Everything from subscription keys, user...

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Highly available RabbitMQ clusters in Azure: Setting up a cluster and highly available queues

Posted by on Mar 7, 2015 in #Azure, Linux | 0 comments

[This is part 4 of 5 in this series about highly available RabbitMQ clusters in Azure. You’ll find the table of contents at the bottom of this post.] Setting up a RabbitMQ cluster involves having nodes joining a single node. This single node will be the one running management plugins and the user configuration. I will refer to this single node as the...

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Highly available RabbitMQ clusters in Azure: Enable the RabbitMQ Management plugin and configure users

Posted by on Mar 6, 2015 in #Azure, Linux | 0 comments

[This is part 3 of 5 in this series about highly available RabbitMQ clusters in Azure. You’ll find the table of contents at the bottom of this post.] The management plugin is an HTTP-based API and interface where you can manage and monitor your RabbitMQ nodes – it’s great so let’s enable it. I’m only going to enable it on one...

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