AMQP Protocol

Protocol Description

The Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP) is a low-level message queuing protocol used to connect systems across different operating systems and platforms. The protocol is implemented in RabbitMQ, Apache Qpid, and other message brokers.

Full Name

Advanced Message Queuing Protocol

Abbreviation

AMQP

Known Ports

  • TCP 5672 - AMQP TCP port
  • TCP 5671 - AMQP TCP port

Category

Infrastructure

External Resources

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