Saturday, 30 June 2018

Amazon MQ added four new broker instances for high scalability

Amazon MQ is a message broker service that has now added support for four new M5 broker instances that will allow the users to scale the brokers to meet high throughput requirements. Amazon MQ makes it easy to operate and configure message brokers in the cloud. With this new update, Amazon MQ supports 6 new instances. The earlier supported instance was mq.t2.micro and mq.m4.large and the new instances are mq.m5.large, mq.m5.xlarge, mq.m5.2xlarge, and mq.m5.4xlarge. M5 instances are available in the regions where Amazon MQ is available and AWS Regions are US West – N. Virginia, N. California, Ohio and Oregon, EU- Frankfurt and Ireland, Asia Pacific- Sydney. 

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