RabbitMQ is the most widely deployed open source message broker.

You can find more information at RabbitMQ documentation page.


For information on how to install and uninstall an Add-On see MetaKube Add-Ons.


The following customization options are possible:

Option Description Default value
CPU Requests How many milli CPUs should be reserved 200m
Memory Requests How much memory should be reserved 256Mi
CPU Limits What is the maximum of used milli CPUs 1000m
Memory Limits What is the maximum of used memory 1Gi
Replicas How many replicas should be running 2

Getting RabbitMQ Credentials

After the installation of the Add-On you can retrieve the RabbitMQ credentials with the following command:

echo "Username: user" && echo "Password: $(kubectl get secret -n syseleven-rabbitmq syseleven-rabbitmq -o jsonpath="{.data.rabbitmq-password}"|base64 --decode)"

Accessing the RabbitMQ Management UI

You can reach the RabbitMQ Management UI from the cluster detail page. In addition to the standard SysEleven authentication, you have to log into RabbitMQ Management UI itself using your credentials.

Accessing RabbitMQ from within Kubernetes

When installing RabbitMQ corresponding Kubernetes services are created. You can use Kubernetes mechanisms to reach to Add-On Pods using the following services:

Name                        Namespace
syseleven-rabbitmq          syseleven-rabbitmq
syseleven-rabbitmq-headless syseleven-rabbitmq