RabbitMQ is a message broker written in Erlang. It allows you to build a failover cluster with full data replication to several nodes where each node can handle read and write requests. Having a lot of Kubernetes clusters in production, we maintain a large number of RabbitMQ instances. A while back we were confronted with the need to migrate data from one RMQ cluster to another with zero downtime.



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