Learn how to configure a HashiCorp Vault server to help secure access to a RabbitMQ message queue.
As more software architects move their application designs towards microservice architecture and asynchronous event-driven workflows, the use of message queue systems is ever increasing. RabbitMQ is a popular choice of message queue system which is widely used globally.
Configuring applications to access such a message queue system without compromising its access credentials in the source code is a challenge that can be solved using Hashicorp Vault as a secrets management platform.
In this talk, Robert Barnes will look at how you can configure a HashiCorp Vault server to help secure access to a RabbitMQ instance and go through a live demo of refactoring a simple Go application to access RabbitMQ securely with the help of HashiCorp Vault.
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