This topic describes how to create a Message Queue for RabbitMQ instance. An instance is an independent Message Queue for RabbitMQ resource entity that includes basic resource elements such as vhosts, exchanges, and queues.
- Subscription instances
You are not allowed to manually release a subscription instance. When a subscription instance expires, the instance is automatically released. You can delete the records of expired subscription instances from the console.
- Pay-as-you-go instances
- Message Queue for RabbitMQ no longer supports the pay-as-you-go billing method. Existing pay-as-you-go instances can continue to be used.
- A pay-as-you-go instance is a unique instance that is shared among all regions. Your account ID serves as the instance ID that remains the same in all regions. However, the endpoint varies based on regions.
- You are not allowed to manually release or delete a pay-as-you-go instance. If you no longer need to use a pay-as-you-go instance, delete the resources deployed in this instance to avoid additional charges. The resources include vhosts, exchanges, and queues.
- Log on to the Message Queue for RabbitMQ console.
- In the left-side navigation pane, click Instances.
- On the Instances page, click Create Instance.
- Purchase an instance by using one of the following methods:
- In the Purchase panel, select a subscription duration, set other parameters as required, and then click Buy Now.
- In the Unpaid Orders panel, confirm the order information and click Purchase.
- Click Go to Buy Page. On the Message Queue for RabbitMQ Subscription page, select a subscription duration, set other parameters as required, and then click Buy Now.
- On the Confirm Order page, read and select I have read and agree to Message Queue for RabbitMQ (Subscription) Agreement of Service and click Pay.
- On the Purchase page, click Purchase.
- After you purchase a Professional Edition instance, the instance enters the Running state.
- After you purchase a Platinum Edition instance, the instance first enters the Deploying state. After cluster allocation is complete, the instance enters the Running state.