An easy .NET API for RabbitMQ


Commercial services for EasyNetQ are provided by Suteki Ltd, the consulting firm of EasyNetQ's author, Mike Hadlow. These commercial services in no way alter the open source licence for EasyNetQ, or imply any exclusive rights for Suteki Ltd. EasyNetQ will be open source under the MIT licence forever; it will stay free to use and developed by the community.


EasyNetQ has a large supportive community, and you can usually find the answers to any questions by looking at the Google Group archive, or asking a new question there.

For people who need a commercial support option, we can provide the following:

  • Unlimited number of incidents.
  • 24 hour priority email support. This guarantees that your support request will be answered by one of the core EasyNetQ developers within 24 hours.
  • Escalation to telephone/Skype support if required.

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We can provide consulting services to support your EasyNetQ implementation. This might range from advice on building messaging architectures with EasyNetQ, to bespoke service development, or troubleshooting problems with your EasyNetQ project.

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We can supply on-site customised training for EasyNetQ to your organisation. This normally takes the form of a one day course, but more extensive training can be provided if required. Our standard training course covers the following topics:

  • An introduction to AMQP and RabbitMQ basics.
  • Getting to grips with the AMQP Exchange-Binding-Queue model.
  • An introduction to the EasyNetQ API.
  • Understanding threading models and how to write effective message handlers.
  • Choosing the right messaging patterns for your application's needs.
  • Monitoring and managing RabbitMQ and your EasyNetQ based application.

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