Using RabbitMQ for Harmony Platform’s Mobile Solutions

Harmony Platform was built to make it possible for anyone to rapidly build mobile apps for their workforce. Harmony contains many pre-built, configurable components that customers can use to easily assemble and distribute apps to their teams. Under the covers, the Harmony microservices APIs make it easy to plug-in different cloud services, including IBM’s Compose RabbitMQ, an open source messaging queue that ensures the various microservices technologies are communicating and passing data to one another.

In this webinar, we’ll be talking with Harmony Platform CEO and co-founder, Matt Brooke-Smith to learn more about the platform and underlying technology stack, as well as why they chose RabbitMQ and PostgreSQL to manage their data.

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