This topic describes the release notes for Message Queue for RabbitMQ and provides links to relevant documentation.

2020-11-25

Feature Description Type Documentation
Management of static usernames and passwords Static usernames and passwords can be managed by RAM users.
Notice To use this feature, RAM users must be granted the required permissions.
Optimized

2020-11-24

Feature Description Type Documentation
Monitoring and alerting The following monitoring items are supported:
  • Maximum number of incoming messages per second for an instance
  • Maximum number of outgoing messages per second for an instance
  • Maximum number of incoming messages per second for a vhost
  • Maximum number of outgoing messages per second for a vhost
  • Number of incoming messages per second for an exchange
  • Number of outgoing messages per second for an exchange
Optimized

2020-11-18

Feature Description Type Documentation
Service-linked roles The following service-linked roles are supported:
  • AliyunServiceRoleForAmqpMonitoring: allows access to Cloud Monitor for monitoring and alerting.
  • AliyunServiceRoleForAmqpLogDelivery: allows access to Log Service for message log management.
New Service-linked roles
Increase of limits on instances Limits on instances can be increased free of charge. New
Instance configuration downgrade Instance configurations can be downgraded. New Downgrade instance configurations

2020-09-25

Feature Description Type Documentation
Management of static usernames and passwords A static username and password pair can be created based on an AccessKey pair and an instance ID in the Message Queue for RabbitMQ console. You can use the created static username and password to access Message Queue for RabbitMQ from the open-source RabbitMQ client. New
Queue clearance Queues can be cleared in the Message Queue for RabbitMQ console. New Clear a queue

2020-08-26

Feature Description Type Documentation
Metadata migration The metadata of a RabbitMQ cluster can be imported to an instance in the Message Queue for RabbitMQ console. New

2020-08-18

Feature Description Type Documentation
Monitoring and alerting The following monitoring items are supported:
  • Number of connections for an instance
  • Number of channels for an instance
  • Number of connections for a vhost
  • Number of channels for a vhost
Optimized Monitoring and alerting

2020-08-13

Feature Description Type Documentation
Monitoring and alerting
  • Monitoring data can be queried and alerts can be configured in the new version of the Monitoring and Alerting page in the Message Queue for RabbitMQ console.
  • Navigation to the old version of the Monitoring and Alerting page is supported.
  • Switching between the instance and non-instance editions is supported.
Optimized Monitoring and alerting

2020-07-29

Feature Description Type Documentation
JMS JMS 1.1 specifications are supported. JMS applications can access Message Queue for RabbitMQ from the JMS client library of Message Queue for RabbitMQ. New

2020-06-30

Feature Description Type Documentation
Monitoring and alerting The unit of monitoring items except for Accumulated Queue Messages is changed from count/minute to count/second.
Notice The values in this unit are approximate average values calculated at 15-second intervals.
Optimized Monitoring and alerting
Exchange creation amq. is used as a reserved field. You are not allowed to start the name of an exchange with amq. Optimized Create an exchange
Queue creation amq. is used as a reserved field. You are not allowed to start the name of a queue with amq. Optimized Create a queue

2020-05-27

Feature Description Type Documentation
ListQueueConsumers The ListQueueConsumers API operation can be used to query the consumers of a queue. New ListQueueConsumers

2020-05-11

Feature Description Type Documentation
Instances of the Basic edition Instances of the Basic edition are deprecated. The purchased instances of the Basic edition can continue to be used. Deprecated Overview

2020-04-29

Feature Description Type Documentation
Resource packages Resource packages for the pay-as-you-go billing method are deprecated. The purchased resource packages can continue to be used. Deprecated N/A
Pay-as-you-go billing method The pay-as-you-go billing method is deprecated. The existing pay-as-you-go instances are charged in the original mode. Deprecated N/A
GetMetadataAmount The GetMetadataAmount API operation can be used to obtain the metadata of an instance. New GetMetadataAmount

2019-12-20

Feature Description Type Documentation
Subscription billing method The subscription billing method is supported. It helps you address the difficulty in budget estimation when the pay-as-you-go billing method is used. New Billing methods
Instantiation Instantiation is complete, which helps isolate resources among multiple tenants. Message Queue for RabbitMQ automatically allocates a pay-as-you-go instance that is shared across all regions to each user who has activated the service. New Overview