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  1. Protocol Buffers and RabbitMQ on Ubuntu 14.04 Part 2

    This article is the second post in series: Introduce Protocol buffer and install protocol buffer compiler Wrire Producer and Consumer to work with protocol buffer and RabbitMQ In the previous article, we have installed Protocol buffer, define .proto file and use protocol buffer compiler to compile .protocol file. In this…

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  2. Protocol Buffers and RabbitMQ on Ubuntu 14.04 Part 1

    This article is the first post in series: Introduce Protocol buffer and install protocol buffer compiler Wrire Producer and Consumer to work with protocol buffer and RabbitMQ Introduction In the distributed systems or systems is designed with micro services, to communicate between other systems is important. In the previous article,…

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  3. Install RabbitMQ and Send JSON data With Python on Ubuntu

    Introduction RabbitMQ is one of the more popular message broker solutions, offered with an open-source license (Mozilla Public License v1.1) as an implementation of Advanced Message Queuing Protocol(AMQP). Developed using the Erlang language, it is actually relatively easy to use and get started. It was first published in…

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  4. Automatically Deploy with Jenkins and Git (Part 2)

    Introduction Today, I will show to you how to create a new job to deploy source code in Git Server to Deployment Server by Jenkins. In previous article, we have installed successful Jenkins, so we will use it to create new job. Adding public ssh key The first step, we…

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  5. Automatically Deploy with Jenkins and Git (Part 1)

    Introduction Jenkins is an open source Continuous Integration tool. Originally started as Hudson in 2004 but due to a dispute in 2011 they forked and continued under the name, Jenkins. It can be used to build software, deploy software, or websites to various endpoints or to run unit/behaviour-driven software…

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