Posted On: Jul 27, 2023

Amazon MQ now supports the ability for customers to create and apply configurations to their RabbitMQ broker on Amazon MQ. This feature allows you to define the RabbitMQ delivery acknowledgement timeout (consumer_timeout) value and enable operator policies using the RabbitMQ configuration format (Cuttlefish). You can now exert greater control over your RabbitMQ broker and fine tune the performance of your consumer applications or enable and manage high availability operator policies directly through configuration.

You can configure your RabbitMQ brokers on Amazon MQ using the AWS console, AWS CloudFormation, AWS Command Line Interface (CLI), or the AWS Cloud Development Kit (CDK). This feature is available in all AWS regions where Amazon MQ is available. To learn more about this feature, see the Amazon MQ developer guide.