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Vipercloud offers a RabbitMQ service with a fast, fully managed to push messaging service of your choice.

Viper Small

Regular $373.75 /mo

Now $299 /mo

  • 40 k ~Max MSGs/s
  • 20 k ~Max Connections

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Viper Medium

Regular $748.75 /mo

Now $599 /mo

  • 100 k ~Max MSGs/s
  • 40 k ~Max Connections

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Viper Large

Regular $1123.75 /mo

Now $899 /mo

  • 200 k ~Max MSGs/s
  • 80 k ~Max Connections

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Viper Xlarge

Regular $1998.75 /mo

Now $1599 /mo

  • 400 k ~Max MSGs/s
  • 160 k ~Max Connections

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Features for our RabbitMQ Service

Use a RabbitMQ service to maintain open and healthy communication channels, and be responsive.


Message queueing

Queue job messages for your workers. ViperCloud gives you in-order, no-duplicates guarantees, and high availability.

Cloud Infrastructure

Web Interface

You get a full access to the RabbitMQ WEB UI, through HTTPS. Configure users, permissions and vhosts as you wish. It's all yours!

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Open source compatible

Open source message broker that enables applications to communicate asynchronously and securely.

24/7 Support

Distributed Deployment

HA Cluster and throughput that federates across multiple availability zones and regions. Message replicated between multiple RabbitMQ nodes.

24/7 Support

24x7 Support

Our customer support associates are available 24x7 a year. So, reach out to us anytime you need a hand via our help desk, chat, or email.

24/7 Support

Uptime monitoring

We offer a Monitor web site and application availability. We help you provide excellent service and proof of meeting critical SLAs.

Need help?

Call our support team 24/7 at +91-44-48554133

Frequently asked questions about RabbitMQ

RabbitMQ is a high performance messaging broker. It gives your applications a common platform to send and receive messages. Messages can be sent across languages, platforms, and OS, which decouples your processes from each other and creates a highly scalable system.
Message queues provide an asynchronous communication protocol. They are used to transmit data between components in an architecture. The concept is that messages are put into a queue and then removed from the queue in a predefined order. Messages placed in the queue are stored until the recipient retrieves them. This way of handling messages decouples the sender from the receiver. The sender and the receiver of the message do not need to interact with the message queue at the same time.
A channel is a virtual connection inside a (TCP) connection. A channel is used to send AMQP commands to the broker. Publishing or consuming messages or subscribing to a queue are all done over a channel.
A message is the data transported between the publisher and the consumer; essentially a message is a byte array with some headers on top.
A connection is a TCP connection between your application and the RabbitMQ broker.