RabbitMQ is a popular open-source message broker that enables the integration of various systems and applications by facilitating asynchronous communication between them.
Set up a connection
This video demonstrates creating a RabbitMQ connection.
After you start the connection, configure it in the Create connection panel and complete all of the required * authentication settings:
|Name your connection *
|Enter a clear and distinguishable name.
Throughout integrator.io imports and exports, you will have the option to choose this new connection. A unique identifier will prove helpful later when selecting it from a list of the connections in your account.
|Enter the instance URL of your RabbitMQ server. For example, if your local host is
http://localhost:15672/api, your instance URL is
Since integrator.io ignores all HTTP requests from a local host, you must create a secured tunnel to your local host and then generate an instance URL. The default management port is 15672, and “api” is the common path for API endpoints.
|Enter your RabbitMQ account username.
Enter your RabbitMQ account password.
Tip: This connector documentation describes only the settings shown for the Simple view. For the corresponding HTTP settings, see basic universal connector documentation.