Generate Password Hash for RabbitMq

In the previous post, we explored how to use docker compose to per-initialize queues in a docker container. The configuration files also provided a way to initialize users. Each of the users where configured with a password, which is given in the configuration file as a hash value comprising of a randomly generated 32 bit salt and … Continue reading Generate Password Hash for RabbitMq

Initialize RabbitMq Docker Container with preconfigured Queues

As we work with docker containers, it is often desired to initialize the containers with specific application needs. One of such requirements was to initialize RabbitMq container with predefined queue. To be more specific, the objective needs to be achieved using docker compose. In this approach, we would use docker volume to map the configurations, which in turn … Continue reading Initialize RabbitMq Docker Container with preconfigured Queues

A2Z.Net : B – BackgroundService

Long-running background processes have been a need for long and for over the years, this has been accomplished in various approaches in .Net. With the introduction of Worker Service templates, it has become a lot easier to create asynchronous long-running background tasks that are supported across platforms and have inbuilt capabilities like Dependency Injection. The … Continue reading A2Z.Net : B – BackgroundService